Mission Partner Application & Guidelines

Why Mission Partners?


Mission Partners increase Nativity’s impact in the Community.

Subject to change, annual investments in select Non-Profits, are seen as investments in communities here, near, and afar.

In collaboration with their Liason, Mission Partners are asked to share enrichment with Nativity. Examples include but are not limited to providing opportunities for:

  • Volunteering, utilizing gifts and passions.
  • Education.
  • Intergenerational activities.



  • 501c3, Non-Profit Organization.
  • A member of Nativity serves as a hands on Liaison, interfacing between the Mission Partner and Nativity.


Why an Application?

Mission Partnership Applications are, in part, meant to highlight the specific mission, importance, and needs of the organization which is interested in becoming a mission partner. Second, they should help to envision how this partnership will build community both in and outside of the church and enthusiasm for its ministries.

The ability to invest in Mission Partners is not necessarily a compelling reason for applying. Mission Partnership investments should never overshadow the practice of stewardship: the amount of funds invested, the frequency or volume of investments, or the objectives for investing in Mission Partnerships. Nor should investments be made undiscerningly if essential needs in the church are not being met.

After submitting a Mission Partner Application, Nativity Staff will be in touch with you within a reasonable amount of time to discuss.


In relation to this prospective mission partner, the Liaison identified here will be responsible for all coordination with Nativity staff.
Date Submitted
Please try to be brief.
Please try to be brief.
Mission Partnership Investments are made annually and generally range between $250 - $2,500. No Guarantees.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
Please try to be brief. You can email multiple images to kyle@nativitychurch.org with the name of the prospective partner in the subject line.
May share feedback here as well.