Episcopal worship Sarasota Florida

Church of the Nativity
An Episcopal family, serving Jesus Christ and caring for one another








(from April newsletter)

On Monday, April 5, at 7:00 PM, there will be a Fall Fest brainstorming and organizational meeting. We need some "snow angels" and gentlemen to participate in the planning for our big fun raiser for the building fund and our outreach projects.

The Fall Fest is scheduled for Oct. 23, but it is never too soon to offer your great ideas and to help us start on the right foot. Call Nicki Coffaro if you have any questions.

Kash 'n Karry grocery store in the shopping center near Nativity has a deal for us. If you shop there for three days in May, all Nativity shoppers can help raise funds for our first Vacation Bible School.

Those with PCC cards from Kash 'n Karry will earn even more for Nativity. So get your PCC card out now and watch for the dates and more details.

For those of us who are here all summer, we'll be meeting from time to time at church or in someone's home to work on crafts and projects to sell at our Fall Fest. There's something for the talented and also those with two left thumbs.

Please watch "Tidings" and our bulletins for more information. Then respond with a big "yes" (or a cheery "aye-aye" as Charlie Burke would say) if you're called to come.

We'll be stenciling things, putting together vests and such, making pillows, etc. If you have a great idea or talent that you can teach us, call Nicki Coffaro at 355-7165.

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Church of the Nativity
An Episcopal Family serving Jesus Christ and caring for one another
Office hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
5900 N. Lockwood Ridge Sarasota, Florida 34243-2523
Phone (941)355-3262 Fax (941)358-8930 In emergency: (941) 356-3497

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