We strive to be a Christ-centered, joyful church, serving our community and welcoming all who come through our doors!
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What To Expect When You Worship With Nativity
We are a fun, modestly-sized congregation that warmly welcomes all who wish to join us. We are an ELCA congregation; you can visit the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America website to learn more.
We currently worship at 10:00 am each Sunday morning, alongside Cross & Crown Lutheran Church (10940 SE 168th St, Renton, WA, 98055)
Masks are currently optional in worship; please be respectful of those who desire to continue wearing masks for as long as they feel is necessary for themselves. We also ask that you keep in mind the most vulnerable among us by staying home if you feel sick. We will continue to watch state guidelines and make changes as necessary.
Where to Sit?
Feel free to sit wherever you’d like, whether the front or the back. If you need help finding or making your way to your seat, there are greeters at the entrance who are happy to assist you.
What to Wear?
While you will see most folks come to worship in nicer business casual clothes, we want to encourage you to come as you are; there is no dress code.
What is the Service Like?
Our service is both traditional and casual, with a warm, familial feel of people who enjoy being together.
We use what is called liturgical worship, which is centered on Christ and has its roots in the early Christian church. Some parts of the liturgy stay the same each Sunday while other parts change week-to-week.
We serve communion every Sunday. We have a wonderful choir and music ministry which is a big part of who we are. We also encourage everyone who is able and comfortable to join us following worship for a short time of fellowship, with coffee and light refreshments.
Even a downed power line won't stop Nativity from letting Christ's light shine!
What about Children?
Children of all ages are welcome at Nativity, and encouraged to worship together with their parents. We believe children learn to worship by worshiping, and are glad to have them among us.