Nativity offers many opportunities to get involved – both inside and outside the parish!
You can donate your time, your talent, or your treasure.
If you’d like more info, call Melissa at 662-9339 ext 145 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To donate, click on “online giving” at the top right of this page.
Provides emergency aid when someone hits a financial crisis, such as paying utility bills, providing gift cards to grocery stores, giving vouchers to the SVDP store downtown for furniture, appliance and clothing purchases.
DONATE YOUR USED BABY AND TODDLER ITEMS
St. Gianna Molla Pregnancy Outreach Center helps pregnant women through their pregnancy and through the first few years of their child’s life to get them back on their feet
New or gently-used items are accepted, as well as financial donations.
Let’s make Nativity the best it can be! Join the Via Fidei initiative.
Use Via Fidei Ministry – Interest Form (1) to get involved. Please return the form to Melissa by mail, email or in the collection basket at Mass.
Pro-life group – We participate in various pro-life activites, such as peaceful prayer protests outside the Planned Parenthood in West Seneca, hosting a table at the Eire County Fair, conducting petition drives for currect legislation, etc.
Our in-house Food Pantry where those in need can take what they need from canned goods, paper products, cereal, pasta, etc, is kept fully stocked by the generous donations of Nativity parishioners.
Health Ministry – provides various programs on healthy eating (during non-covid times), flu vaccine clinic, blood pressure screenings, Health Fair, coat drive, etc.
Eucharistic Outreach to homebound parishioners – We have volunteers who take Communion to the homebound regularly
Park Parsons Food Drive – We hold a food drive with local Protestant churches twice a year to collect and deliver food to two area food pantries.
Panera bread delivery – we have volunteers who pick up the extras from Panera on Sunday, Monday and Thursday evening and deliver it to Bread of Life and St. Simon’s food pantries