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Welcome to Nativity Episcopal Church

Dana Fath Strande

Dana Fath Strande
Priest

We are an inclusive community that celebrates our diversity and is strengthened by our common faith in Christ Jesus. With three worship services, you will likely find a service to meet your needs. We offer resources and programs for growing your faith and meaningful opportunities to share in ministry and service. We hope you will find a spiritual home here at Nativity. I look forward to meeting you.

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Growing Together Through Prayer

Come join Nativity’s prayer group on these upcoming dates from 6:30-8:00pm:

The Welfare of the World – November 13th


 

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Nativity Episcopal Church

Welcome! We invite you to discover our exciting congregation both here and on a Sunday morning. Look around and explore the ministries of our congregation, but only a personal visit can help you to know if this is the church you are looking for. Join us for worship and discover the blessing of being in a Christian community with diverse membership and an inclusive spirit that welcomes all persons to the altar. We happily call ourselves a family church, with a big heart for children and youth. Family means all families; single people, those with special needs, single parents, seniors, LGBT, and what would be considered a traditional family. We are here to support each other on each of our spiritual journeys and many different points of view are at home here. However, we do not exist for our members alone, but for the good of our whole community and the welfare of our neighbors. We look forward to meeting you!
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Nativity Episcopal ChurchNov 15, 2017 @ 6:21am
Nativity Notes for the week of November 15th-22nd, 2017
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Nativity Episcopal ChurchNov 13, 2017 @ 4:40pm
Don’t forget Our Celebration of New Ministry tomorrow night at 7!!!
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Nativity Episcopal ChurchNov 8, 2017 @ 6:20am
Nativity Notes for the week of November 8th-15th, 2017
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Nativity Episcopal ChurchNov 1, 2017 @ 6:21am
Nativity Notes for the week of November 1st-8th, 2017
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Nativity Episcopal ChurchOct 25, 2017 @ 6:20am
Nativity Notes for the week of October 25th-November 1st, 2017
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Nativity Episcopal ChurchOct 24, 2017 @ 11:10am
Nativity-ites,

I'm asking Kathleen to share this short note with you.

I miss you. I know I am where I need to be with my daughter and at the same time I miss all of you.

So many folks ask what they can do for us...you are already doing what we need. You are praying. I can hire someone to rake my lawn or wash my windows (actually some friends are doing that), but I can't hire someone to be my faith community. And that is what you are...the anchor of faith and the anchor of hope at a particularly challenging time in my family's life.

Maybe you are struggling with something right now...reach out to each other. Take good care of each other. Pick up the phone and call the person you miss at church, Ask how each other are doing. We are Christ's hands and feet.

I lift up prayers of thanksgiving for you daily. Thank you for being the Body of Christ for me.

Pray BIG, Pray BOLD, Pray BRAVE for whatever needs and thanksgiving you have.

I love you,

Dana