EVERY CHRISTIAN’S “JOB DESCRIPTION” (see Matthew 25:31-46; Luke 4:14-21)
ANNOUNCEMENTS – Service and Event Updates
THURSDAY MAY 21st: The following was announced by Bishop Gruss and details can be read at the Saginaw.org Website.
Diocese of Saginaw to resume public Masses on May 30; obligation to attend Mass remains lifted until Aug. 30
Details of the implementation of Public Masses at Nativity of the Lord can be read in the NEWS section of the Website by Clicking Here
Click Here for Mardi Gras Changed to a Virtual Event Announcement
WEDNESDAY APR 15, 2020: We will be Live Streaming Private Masses from Mount St. Joseph Church Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m, until the time we can all celebrate publicly again together. You can click on the Nativity of the Lord Facebook page or this link www.facebook.com/nativityofthelord/videos This is still a Private Mass and we will not exceed 10 people in attendance. Thank you for understanding.
TUESDAY MARCH 24, 2020: In light of the new Stay Home executive order, the NOTL offices will be remotely staffed. There will be at least 1 person at the office to keep the doors open for those who would like to do private prayer in the St. Mary Chapel. If you do come to the Chapel for prayer, please keep the social distancing guideline of 6 feet. Maximum of 8 people allowed at any one time in the Chapel.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 2020: The Diocese is hosting daily Masses that are Live Streamed at 8am Monday – Saturday. Then the Sunday Live Stream at 10am on Sunday. You can watch these daily Masses at this link https://saginaw.org/cathedral-live. Learn how to watch here: https://saginaw.org/how-watch-live-video-cathedral-mary-assumption
Job Posting for Coordinator of Faith Formation
Interested parties email letter of intent, resume and list of references to:
Through the hard work, cooperation and commitment of ALL members, Nativity of the Lord will become a Christ-centered stewardship parish that welcomes, worships, teaches, serves and evangelizes.
St. Mary Catholic School, a ministry of Nativity of the Lord Parish is committed to academic excellence and forms children into life-long disciples of Christ and responsible stewards of the parish, the community and the world.