Category: Nativity in Review

25
Sep

Meet Jeanne Cotter, Principal Accompanist

Jeanne Cotter is a commanding presence in the American catholic church as well as many mainline Protestant churches. She is a liturgical composer, author, performer, parish mission director, master teacher, inspirational speaker and retreat leader. For over two decades she has inspired and taught audiences throughout the United States and abroad. With undergraduate degrees in […]

17
Sep

Prayer Shawl Knittng Group

All are welcome! Did you know that Nativity has a knitting/crochet small group that meets on the last Tuesday each month? We’d love to welcome you to this group!  Our next meeting is Tuesday, September 28, from 6:30-8:00 pm in the Commons near the fireplace.   We have been meeting outside this Summer but it’s getting […]

20
Aug

Nativity Civil Rights Tour Video Presentations

Mark and Leslie Swiggum’s retirement passion and mission is to invite others to join them on a journey where the participants will go to the places where significant events happened, meet people who were the “ground soldiers,” hear stories of their experiences and become knowledgeable about the story of the movement. They have led over […]

15
Aug

Kids Create 2021 Recap

During the week of July 26-29, 2021, Kids Create Camp welcomed 25 elementary school students to celebrate the theme “Shine.” Leah Reddy led an enthusiastic group of students and teachers through a week of learning and creating. Students learned about the significance that light plays in Christian, Hindu and Jewish traditions from guest speakers Tori […]

12
Jun

The Superpower of Trees

In case you missed it, join us for three short presentations on the superpower of trees. To connect with our Sustainability/Environment Team, contact Donna Steinwand: Donnasteinwand95@gmail.com

04
May

“Thank You” from Cross of Glory after Daunte Wright death

Dear Friends of Nativity, On behalf of the Cross of Glory and Brooklyn Center community I wanted to extend my heartfelt thanks for your generous contribution to our work here as we seek to be the church in the wake of Daunte Wright’s death. Even in the midst of the grief and pain in our […]

21
Apr

“Thank you” from the Minneapolis Area Synod

March 2021 Dear People of God at Nativity Lutheran; I write to thank you for your generosity. In a year of a global pandemic and righteous uprising, the fear of scarcity was widespread. Yet your congregation met its 2020 commitment to mission support. That is remarkable! We want you to know that it does not […]

16
Apr

Update Regarding Return to Face to Face Activities

Nativity Lutheran Church of St Anthony MN. will begin holding activities in our building for of 25 or less people Saturday April 24. This would include meetings, study groups, baptisms, funerals and weddings. People will need to wear masks and maintain social distancing. If you would like to reserve the building, go to nativitychurch.org and […]

09
Apr

Caring for Creation: April is Sustainability Month at Nativity

Nativity has a deep and passionate commitment to care for creation. CLICK HERE to view a PDF of some of our impressive environmental sustainability projects! CLICK HERE to view a PowerPoint file (with sound) of some of our impressive environmental sustainability projects! If you would like to learn more or get involved, contact Kyle Soderberg […]