— 9:30 a.m., Worship with Holy
—12:15 p.m., Worship with Holy
At Nativity we believe that Christ's life-transforming love for the world is at work in and through us. If you are seeking a refuge where you will be spiritually fed and a community where your faith can flourish, then come and experience the deep sense of belonging. Nativity offers warm, reverent, Christ-centered worship for all ages. Inspiring music and engaging liturgies with biblically based sermons help us sense and share God's love. We are a community of believers called, guided and empowered by the Holy Spirit to boldly proclaim God's grace and joyfully practice the good news as given to us through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Monday and Tuesday
— 9:30 a.m. - noon, Pastor Anderson's office hours
Listen to the sermon for the Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost, August 20, 2017, based on Matthew 15:21-28. —Rev. Wendy Anderson.
The Nativity View, August 2017
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Monday, August 21
— 6:00 p.m., Council meeting, Nativity
Wednesday, August 23
—12:15 p.m., Worship with Holy Communion
Sunday, August 27
— 9:30 a.m., Worship Service with Holy Communion and "Blessing of the Backpacks"
—11:00 a.m., Annual church picnic
Sunday, September 10
— 9:00 a.m., Rally Sunday: Nativity will begin its year of education for Christian living with the an intergenerational potluck breakfast followed by activities and conversation. Everyone is invited to join us. Come strengthen you conviction to God through study and reflection alongside Nativity friends and neighbors.
Sunday, October 1
“Synod Sunday” is a new event of the New England Synod to inform Lutheran congregations about its role and what it does and to eliminate the organization's mystery.
Saturday, October 14
Annual Harvest Festival & Tag Sale
Tuesday, October 31
“Looking Back & Called Forward: ELCA 500” an event commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. A service will occur at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation on Capital Hill, Washington, D.C., and there will also be speakers. All can watch the event online via livestream and honor the Reformation anniversary as we bear public witness to Christ.