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September 20, 2020

Join Fr. Emil, Mtr. Jan, and Deacon Teri in exploring the Parable of the Generous Landowner. Cindy reads the Gospel lesson from Matthew 20:1-16, and Linda provides some favorite hymns to round it all out.

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There are lots of ways to participate at Nativity - and we really rely on our volunteers.  There's always room for readers, altar ministers, cooks, teachers, greeters . . . click here to visit the ministries page for inspiration.  Then stop by the church office to find out how to get involved!

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Spiritual University

Spiritual University is in its seventh year as an ecumenical, interfaith project of progressive thought and learning sponsored by Episcopal Church of the Nativity. People of all faith traditions or none at all are welcome. Courses are offered three times yearly - Fall, Winter, and Spring.  A nominal tuition fee is charged for each course but scholarships are available if payment is a hardship. 



Caring For All Creation

Have you wondered why Nativity does so much creation-related ministry? It's an important part of who we are as Episcopalians, but also a critical part of Nativity's identity.  Let Rev. Teri tell you about it in her own words, from a sermon on October 6, 2019.  If you'd rather read the text, you'll find that here.

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