Yoga class — A gentle yoga class for all abilities will be offered at Nativity on Tuesdays, from 6:30-7:45 pm in Corlett Hall. Please bring a mat or padding to put on the floor. Cost: $10 per class. For questions or more information, contact instructor Nancy McMillan (email@example.com). Nancy is a supportive, experienced yoga instructor who […]
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Baptism date for 2017: Nov 5, All Saints, at our 11:15am service. If you are interested in this date, contact Stephanie Allen.
Yoga in Christ — Fridays from 6:30 to 8:30pm, beginning September 1, in Corlett Hall. Apply the technology of yoga to the wonders of Christian tradition. Discover new things about yourself, meet people from all walks of life, experience your body, mind, and soul, and relax for a while in a safe space. We welcome […]
Tai chi classes — Tuesdays from 9:30-11:30am. For more details, visit www.taoist.org/usa or call 919-787-9600. Join us for the first class at no obligation!
Wednesday evening programs (6:15 pm, for five weeks from September 27 through October 25) The five Wednesday evenings will begin at 6:15 pm with Evening Prayer, dinner at 6:30 pm, and programs at 7 pm. Childcare will be available. Attendees may attend as many or as few sessions as they wish, but please sign up […]
Confirmation classes — Sundays at 1pm, October 15–November 12. Are you interested in being confirmed or received into the Episcopal Church, or want to know more about the Church? Bishop Rodman will be here for confirmation on December 17. Sign up in the Narthex or online. Questions? Contact Stephanie (919-744-1663).
Environmental Stewardship meeting — Tuesday, October 24, 7pm, in Estill House. Agenda will include Becoming the Good Soil project, moving toward zero waste, the community garden, the solar project, and Adult Formation. All are welcome.
“Next” Communion class —Sunday, October 29, at 3pm, in the Nave. This is a class for our younger members who have not yet started receiving communion, as well as for those who have, to learn more about the sacrament and why it is the most important thing we do. Questions? Contact Stephanie.
Fall Festival — Sunday, October 29, 1-4pm. Join us for a pumpkin-carving and a pie-off. BYOP&P (pumpkin and pie). Bake a delicious pie and enter it into our competition for $5. All are welcome to taste and vote on the pies for $1, and bribe donations will also be accepted!
Glad Tidings deadline — Wednesday, November 1, at noon. If you have articles, calendar entries, or other items to submit for publication, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As We See God: A Visual Offering — during the month of November we will hold our annual art show in the back hall of the church. All media are encouraged; sculpture and other 3-dimensional works can be accommodated. After the show, those artists who care to participate (it is not mandatory) will have their […]
Fall Buildings and Grounds Workday – Saturday, November 4, 9am-3pm. Join in the efforts to fix, repair, install, weed, trim, prune, rake, blow, and plant our campus. Bagels at 9 and pizza at noon. Activities large and small for youth and adults. Great chance to meet others while working together. Bring a few tools.
All Saints’ Remembrances — if you would like the name of someone who has died since last All Saints’ Day to be read from the altar this All Saints’ Sunday (November 5), contact the church office (919-846-8338 or email@example.com).
Social Justice and Racial Reconciliation Group meeting — Monday, November 6, 7 pm, in room 204 of the Education Building.
Sunday service time changes — beginning on Dec 3, the first Sunday of Advent, we will return to a two-service schedule of 8:30 and 10:30am, with Christian formation time at 9:30am.