We are in the process of rotating the winter and summer clothing and taking inventory of our needs.
In the meantime, the following items are in VERY LOW SUPPLY.
2. baby wash and lotion
7. receiving blankets
8. bins, clean used or new (about 18 gallon size).
I know they are not as exciting to shop for compared to sweet
little outfits, but these basic items are so important for the care
of the babies!
Items can be placed in the wooden bins at the foot of the crucifix
in the narthex of the church. Also, items such as strollers, pack
n plays, walkers, etc are always welcome. We ask that you
please clean and prepare the items for immediate use as there are
no laundry facilities or space to clean items at the center.
If you have any questions, please call Melissa at 662-9339 ext 145 or email email@example.com.
We serve a hot dinner on the fourth Monday of the month.
What time? Volunteers should arrive between 3 and 4pm; we are usually finished up by 6:30. Come for the whole time or just a portion of it.
What do will I do? Prep food for dinner, serve, clean up, visit with the guests.
Where is it? 75 Caldwell, Lackawana (off of Ridge)
Do I need to sign up in advance or can I just show up to help? You can just show up – we will be so happy to see you!
If you have any questions, contact Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org or 662-9339 x145.
Get involved at Nativity!
“Let us be renewed by God’s mercy … and let us become agents of this mercy, channels through which God can water the earth,
protect all creation and make justice and peace flourish.” -Pope Francis
Whether you have one hour once a month or days upon days to volunteer, God can use you!
Be a regularly scheduled volunteer or someone who volunteers on an as-needed basis. The choice is yours.
Just call the church office at 662-9339 ext 145 or email email@example.com for more information.
No obligation just for calling!
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (Eucharistic Ministers at Sunday Mass)
Ushers and Greeters
Parish Health Ministry
Food Pantry (4th Monday of the month)
Nativity’s SVDP conference has teamed with Habitat for Humanity to help build and restore houses in our area. Volunteers are always needed. Read More
St. Vincent de Paul is always in need of volunteers who can visit clients in Buffalo and Orchard Park to determine their needs.
If you can help with any of these ministries, please call Dennis at 308-7858 for more information
Our parish collects new and gently used items to aid in the center’s efforts. Donated items can be placed in the wooden collection bins found under the large crucifix in the narthex.Read More
The center is the pastoral Outreach of the Office of Pro-Life Activities of the Diocese of Buffalo. They follow the example of St Gianna Molla in respecting, protecting, and cherishing all human life as a precious gift from God. The center serves by providing material, emotional, and spiritual support to single mothers, fathers and young families in need from Pregnancy through the first years.
They need clothing from preemie to 4 toddler, diapers and wipes, bottles, bibs, body wash &a lotion, blankets and more. Clean, gently used strollers, pack’n’plays, walkers, high chairs and other larger items are welcome. Due to safety regulations, cribs and used car seats are not accepted. However, monetary donations are used to purchase these items in bulk.
A list of urgently needed items based on season or month will be updated and placed in the bulletin the beginning of each month.
Please call Kathy at 667-3173 with any questions.
Nativity and St. George’s Haiti Committee work in partnership in numerous ways to provide livestock, school tuition, water purification, medical supplies, etc for our twin parish.
We are twinned with our sisters and brothers in Haiti in the parish of St. Michael the Archangel, Coq Chante. We are committed in support of St. Michael’s Parish, clinic, school, water project and basic necessities for families. Their physical needs are an opportunity for us to give and in return receive the grace-filled prayers and blessings of the poor.