Nativity’s Resource Library (located in Room 215) has been a source of spiritual deepening to many in the congregation over the last decades, as well as a testament to our community’s commitment to lifelong learning and faith formation.
This weekend we celebrate the unveiling of a NEW COLLECTION—an Advocacy Library organized by Nativity’s Director of Public Ministry, Dr. Kelly Sherman-Conroy. With books on mental health, racial justice, LGBTQ+ rights, poverty, climate change, and much more, we have a wide variety of books to educate, inform, and inspire all ages!
The check-out process is simple!
1. Take the library card at the back of the book and fill it out with your name and email or phone number.
2. Place the completed card in the wooden box.
3. Return the book one month from the day of check out.
Our Advocacy Library is made possible by generous book and financial donations from our community. Would you like to be an Advocacy Book Sponsor and help grow our collection? Contact Kelly Sherman-Conroy at Kelly@NativityChurch.org to learn more.