Care and Support Outreach Team

This team responds to the reality that people in our community are facing life challenges. They can benefit by our appropriate and timely help and care.

If you would like to join us in our effort to care for one another and change the world, fill out the form below and the Facilitator of Community Engagement will contact you to follow up. Thank you.



The Dragonfly Project is a mission partner of Nativity Lutheran Church and a nonprofit organization that sends condolence cards carrying a message of hope to people who are grieving. The organization consists of volunteers who look up names in obituaries and help pull together and mail packets out to people who are grieving usually 3-6 months after the death has occurred. Each packet contains a condolence card, a copy of the dragonfly story printed on the inside of the cover and a dragonfly key chain.



Using a proven, rapid response tracking system, Project Lifesaver is the world’s most reliable program for locating missing persons diagnosed with cognitive challenges such as Alzheimer’s disease, Dementia, Autism and/or Down Syndrome.

Project Lifesaver is a practical, affordable and successful solution for locating missing loved ones who wander, and giving peace of mind to their caregivers.



The Twin Cities North Suburban Grief Support Coalition sponsors the “Growing Through Loss” series twice yearly providing an opportunity to obtain information and support for a variety of loss and grief issues. The Growing Through Loss Coalition is appropriate for anyone who has experienced loss (eg. the loss of a loved one, a broken relationship, a divorce, job loss, pregnancy or infant loss, etc. ) and feels the need for support and interested in learning more about grief.

For further information, call the Growing Through Loss hotline at 763-755-5335



Mental Health Connect works to provide community-based resources, support, and education to improve access to mental health services and to connect individuals and families with the services they need.



Women in Action engages women of all ages in reaching out to the community for a variety of service projects. Once per month the women work as a team sharing the love of God with others.



The Purpose of the Vital Aging Ministry is to provide enrichment and faith formation opportunities for those who are in their pre and post retirement years. Various volunteers with expertise in certain areas, will serve as the enrichment or faith formation presenters.

Persons from our Nativity Community will be participants and presenters. They will be asked to bring guests from inside and outside Nativity Lutheran Church to participate.


Creativity for Mental Health: Writing to Listen to Your Heart

October 5, 6:30-7:30 pm | Nativity Room 218 & Online Nativity Mental Health Connect is launching a Creativity for Mental Health: Restorative Practices Series. Being creative can increase positive emotions, […]

Prayer Shawl Meeting on Aug. 29th

The Prayer Shawl Group will meet next Tuesday, August 29, from 6:30pm – 8:00 pm in the Commons by the fireplace. Anyone who knits or crochets is welcome–from beginners and […]

Grief Support Series Begins in September

Grief Support Series Begins in September Mondays, starting September 11, 6:45-9:00 pm Centennial United Methodist Church, 1524 County Rd C2 W, Roseville, MN Nativity Church partners with Growing through Loss, […]

Bluegrass Festival & Fundraiser for Mental Health Connect

Elim Lutheran Church is hosting a Bluegrass Music Festival & Fundraiser with all proceeds going to Mental Health Connect. Join us for a free family event with music, a food […]

Learn More about Prayer Shawl Group Ministry

We invite the community to visit the Prayer Shawl group after worship in the Commons to learn about their caring and supportive ministry at Nativity. The Prayer Shawl group at […]

May Is Mental Health & Wellness Outreach Month

Nativity’s Mental Health and Wellness Outreach Ministries respond to the reality that people in our community are facing life challenges and that they can benefit by our appropriate and timely […]