Summer Family Faith Formation – July 18 Join us each week as a family to celebrate the fun of summer with some of the BIG stories of the Bible! 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 […]
The youth and leaders have worked their way across a good portion of the U.S. and are now in Atlanta. These images were captured by Betsy Warren at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, TN.
If you missed the meeting on Sunday Jan. 13th or you would like to review the information presented select the resources below. Any Questions? Chicago Trip (7th -9th grade) June 8-14th led by Pastor Ben Schori email@example.com Atlanta Trip (9th -12th grade) June 21-29th led by Heather firstname.lastname@example.org Backpacking (completed 8th grade) July 20-27th led […]
Nativity Lutheran Church is in the process of redesigning our green space. We want to expand our vegetable gardens to grow more produce for Little Kitchen Food Shelf and transition our hillsides to pollinator gardens. Our hillsides pose several challenges: We have a problem with invasive species and we have steep hills that are difficult […]
In the month of March the Hunger Outreach Team at Nativity will be offering opportunities to participate and support various hunger activities. Visit an information table set up in the commons to learn more and sign up for volunteer opportunities. Nativity will be having a food and monetary drive during March for local food shelves. […]
Nativity students recently spent the morning creating hand-made stuffed bears for children in Cameroon, West Africa. Our middle school students and some senior high leaders sent these “care bears” to a village named Foubarka through Global Missions along with much needed medical supplies. After lunch the Nativity kids went to play Whirly Ball […]
In May, Nativity will help babies and toddlers in families challenged by homelessness by hosting a “baby shower” donation drive. Donations will go to toddlers and infants staying at People Serving People. The two largest programs that assist low-income mothers, SNAP (food support) and WIC, do not cover basic needs like diapers and baby wipes. […]
The officer shooting of Philando Castile last July led the people of this congregation and other local communities to take a closer look at the issue of race. Nativity, in partnership with other community organizations from Northeast and North Minneapolis, hosted a July event with music, spoken word poetry and public testimonials. The event was […]