Nativity Church offers various ministries and programs to care for our members, as well as Christian counseling for those in need. Our ministry is available to those who are ill, caring for a sick family member, transitioning home after a hospital stay, grieving because of the death of a loved one, or experiencing other difficulties. Nativity prayer teams are available to pray for church members and others, for any reason you might seek prayer.
Nativity offers a range of counseling services related to life events and circumstances to parishioners by our clergy:
Meet with Nativity Pastoral Care to discuss options and make end-of-life decisions easier for your family. Contact Pastor Chad at email@example.com or by phone for more information or to schedule an appointment.
The Advent offers grief support in the form of one-on-one connections with clergy and through small groups. Contact Pastor Chad at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone for more information or to schedule an appointment.
If you would like the church to pray for you , a loved one, or anything that has arisen in your life you can send them to us to pray for, the request can be held in confidentiality or placed in our announcements at your request.
Trained Lay Eucharistic Visitors (LEVS) visit parishioners who are homebound for any reason (surgical recovery, prolonged illness, etc.), providing prayer, communion, and other pastoral care support. Contact Beckie Mangus by phone, (978)-568-9119, or email email@example.com
Please let our Pastoral Care office know (by email or phone) when you or a family member are admitted to a hospital. We would like to pray for you or, when possible, have clergy or trained LEVs visit you. Contact Beckie Mangus by phone or email firstname.lastname@example.org
During times of illness or crisis, meal delivery helps alleviate the stress of a basic necessity.
If you are in need of a meal after surgery, during a serious illness, or other crisis, please contact Jackie Blair by phone at 508-763-8582