Events at Our Parish
Our first meeting was a success; thank you to all who helped and all who attended. The next meeting is being scheduled, keep an eye out for information in the bulletin and website.
If you have any questions, please contact Melissa at 662-9339 ext 145 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In response to the troubling news that has plagued our local Church, please join us on Thursday,November 29th at 7pm – 8pm to pray for healing, guidance, and strength. The hour will include exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, time for quiet prayer, and benediction. Please join us in the church.
Youth Ministry and Parish Life are hosting our FIRST EVER Parish Halloween Party!
Come in your costumes and enjoy snacks, games, and fellowship. Stop by for a bit or stay for the whole time.
All kids in Middle and High School are invited to help. (As well as any interested adults!) If you’d like to help out, call or text Denise at 716-713-2360.
Let us know if you are interested in coming! email@example.com or call/text Denise at 716-713-2360
On Monday, October 1st at 6:00pm, Nativity will be reciting a Living Rosary for Life in our parking lot between the church and gym. We re hoping for 60 peopel, young and old, who will each represent a bead on the Rosary.
This is open to everyone! Spread the word, gather your families and join this beautiful and powerful prayer. Let the community see our faith!
Mark your calendars and put aside just a half hour to pray for the respect of life from conception to natural death.
POSTED 9/10/18:Nativity’s Health Ministry and co-sponsor Wegman’s Pharmacy will present Vaccination Sunday on September 30 from 8am – 1:15pm. This event will take place in the gymnasium entryway. (Look for the Monsignor Beasley Center sign)
Flu vaccines will be available for ages 2 and up and the new shingles vaccine will be available depending on the market shortage.
Join Ms. Mary at our 9am Mass every Sunday for Children’s Liturgy of the Word. The children will experience the same readings and rituals as the larger parish assembly, but use a special children’s lectionary with a homily experience geared for their age group.
POSTED: August 31, 2018
The first of the Seven Corporal Works of Mercy – Feed the hungry.
Our parishioner, Dan Barone, was instrumental in setting up Nativity’s monthly meal service at the Lackawana Food Pantry. He is also a fantastic chef and acted as head cook for the monthly meals, providing healthy meals for those in need.
As Dan’s commitments have recently changed, we are now in need of a cook!
If you have any interest in helping or ideas on how our parish can continue this important ministry to the poor, please contact Melissa at 662-9339 ext 145 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to Dan Barone for many years of cooking for and feeding the community at the Lackawana Food Pantry.