Category: What’s Happening

04
Aug

Camp Penuel Open House

Camp Penuel has a vision for sharing the gospel throughout Latin America while serving underprivileged children in Costa Rica. Nativity has a history of supporting Camp Penuel with mission trips and now has an opportunity to hear about what is going on at the Camp these days. Join others at the home of Lois and […]

04
Aug

It’s Not Too Late to Join Us for Family Camp!

Summer 2022 marked a return to normalcy at Luther Park Camp in Danbury, WI. Nativity sent 26 campers, including many first timers, to Cabin Camp and Horse Camp this year. Luther Park Executive Director Leah McDougall and counselors from around the world led campers in a meaningful week of spiritual growth. Campers took on new […]

04
Aug

Saturday at Nine Book Group Resumes Sept. 10

Saturday at Nine: Conversation on Matters of Faith is a community of people who seek to grow in Christian love by looking at contemporary issues through the lens of compassionate faith. Where and in whom do we see God? What does the Gospel invite us into? By creating a safe space to consider these questions […]

21
Jul

Join Us for “Hymns in the Park” on Aug. 1

Join Freda Myhrwold and Rainfall with Lee Gilbertson, Duane Johnson, and Michael Forsberg for an evening of singing favorite hymns/songs in St. Anthony Village Central Park on Monday, August 1, from 6:30-8:00. A ramp and steps from the parking lot east of the fire station will lead to the picnic shelter where the hymn sing […]

20
Jul

Dragonfly Project Packet Assembly Events

The Dragonfly Project’s mission is to provide a message of hope to those who are grieving. Each condolence card we send comes with a dragonfly keychain. We will be assembling keychains and stuffing envelopes the weekend of July 30 and 31 at the following times around the worship hours. Dragonfly Packet Assembly Event: Saturday, July 30, […]

15
Jul

Join Nativity in the VillageFest Parade!

Let’s celebrate our community in the Saint Anthony Village Fest Parade! There’s a place for everyone as we enjoy a local tradition and a beautiful summer evening together on Friday, Aug. 5, from 5:30-8:30 pm. Can’t join us that night? Support Nativity by donating bite-sized candy that participants will distribute along the parade route. Donations […]

12
Jul

Grief Speaker for July MHC Meeting

For this month’s Mental Health Connect Ambassador Meeting, we welcome Carolyn Kinzel, President and Founder of Brighter Days Family Grief Center. Brighter Days is an unparalleled family-focused grief center serving Minnesota families since 2017. As the only nonprofit Family Grief Center in Minnesota, Brighter Days provides free grief support resources, programs and services for youth, […]

12
Jul

Sacred Sites Tour Announcement

Nativity Lutheran Church and Richfield UMC are combining efforts to create understanding, learning, and dialogue between Native and non-Native peoples. Join us as we gather to immerse ourselves in Minnesota history from a Native perspective as we experience Dakota history, culture, and sacred sites through storytelling and are present to one another through silence/meditation/reflection and […]

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 […]