Category: News

25
Jun

Weekend Prayers – June 25-26, 2022

PRAY… Below are the names of those we pray for this week. If you have a prayer request, please fill out the form here: www.nativitychurch.org/prayer-request/, or call 612.781.2766. The following names were correct as of June 24, 2022: Prayers of Healing for: Pat Hall, Stan Nelson, Cathy Jacobson, Tammy Roy, Alyssa, Kaley, Shirley Olson, Marlys […]

20
Jun

World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day is held annually on June 20th to bring awareness to the plight of displaced humans around the globe. It is also a day to commemorate the strength and resilience that refugees display during the hardest of times. It is an opportunity for the world to think about human rights in the face of […]

19
Jun

Juneteenth

The United States has a dark history of slavery. Sadly, this is a topic that is seldom discussed. Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, is included in this. For nearly 150 years, the national government has been reluctant to proclaim this day a public holiday. President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth […]

18
Jun

Weekend Prayers – June 18-19, 2022

PRAY… Below are the names of those we pray for this week. If you have a prayer request, please fill out the form here: www.nativitychurch.org/prayer-request/, or call 612.781.2766. The following names were correct as of June 17, 2022: Prayers of Healing for: Cathy Jacobson, Marlys Hinricks, Lorna Jones, John Cotter, Mark Williamson, Jack Mickel, Fernando, […]

17
Jun

Cards Sent to Uvalde

Thank you to our community for creating 39 coloring sheets and 18 cards as a simple gesture of love and support for the Uvalde community—and to Rev. Kelly Chatman of the Center for Leadership and Neighborhood Engagement for this inspired idea. All coloring sheets and cards, along with a condolence letter, have been mailed and […]

17
Jun

Hybrid Church Listening Forum

Nativity is learning what it means to be a Hybrid Church, and we would love to have your feedback on what Nativity needs in order to serve people both online and in person. What online engagement options could we consider? What accommodations should we offer for events and meetings that are online and in-person at […]

17
Jun

How to Cope With Gun Violence

When children hear about other children their age being shot in their schools and neighborhoods, children are typically highly affected, and sometimes are quietly terrified as a result. In the aftermath of the heinous mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, we are all overwhelmed with sadness and despair at the fact that […]

17
Jun

Facebook Live Worship Is Returning June 26th! + A Call for Moderators

Whether you join us remotely or are looking for an online option during a busy summer season, we’re excited to share our return to Facebook Live! On June 26, we’ll begin streaming our 10:30 am worship on Facebook Live every Sunday morning. Join us for a more engaging online worship option that offers meaningful conversations […]

15
Jun

Upcoming Town Halls about the Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative

Nativity Council is considering the opportunity to join The Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative on Nativity’s behalf. Learn what this partnership for addressing homelessness and affordable housing may mean for Nativity and share your insight on this opportunity at one of two upcoming Town Hall meetings: June 12, 10:00-11:00 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall and June […]

12
Jun

Summer Family Faith Formation – June 12

Summer Family Faith Formation – June 12 Join us each week for “Book Club” as we bring to life beloved children’s books and Bible stories! Pick from watching our Welcome Videos, Worship Together, Reading the Bible, Talk About It, Family Activities, Pray Together and Bless Each Other – or do them all! Welcome Video Worship […]