Year of the Eucharist 

The Year of the Eucharist

As our parish, together with churches everywhere, lift restrictions and reopen to our parishioners and community Archbishop William Lori, Archbishop of Baltimore, has announced that the next 12 months will be recognized as the “Year of the Eucharist.”

The coming months will be an appropriate and long awaited time to return to church in person, join the weekly celebration of the Mass with our community, and receive Holy Communion with renewed respect and appreciation. Various opportunities and resources will be available from the Archdiocese throughout the year. Check it out here.

Here at Nativity we will be hosting regular and special events to celebrate this special year. Please continue to check out this page for updated information.

 

Daily Mass – Beginning July 6th

Monday-Friday 5:30pm in the Chapel – Preceded by the Rosary at 5pm

 

Weekend Masses 

Saturday, 5pm

Sunday, 9 & 10:45am

 

Broadcast Masses – churchnativity.online

Saturday, 5pm

Sunday, 9am, 10:45am, 12:30pm, 5:30pm

 

Eucharistic Adoration

Sundays 9am – 12n in the Chapel

First Fridays 12n – 5pm in the Chapel

 

New Message Series

July 31 – September 5

Everything we’ve built at Nativity, from our new church sanctuary, to our ministry teams, to our online campus, has been done to engage the “lost.” People who have become disconnected to Christ and his Church, people who have walked away, people who don’t like church are people who are important to us.

Everything we do on our Ridgely Road campus is intended to create an irresistible environment for our visitors and guests, getting them in the door to get them into a relationship with Jesus Christ. We come together on the weekends to be community for them and for one another, to form and literally receive the Body of Christ, to then, in turn, go forth for mission and service in his name. 

In this summer message series we’ll be taking a close look at the Eucharist, as the source and summit of the whole life of the Church.

As we prepare to welcome our community back to Mass this fall, especially those who have been away for a very long time, we will use this series to inspire and equip parishioners to help make their return a reality.

Join us for this important new series, all weekend Masses beginning July 31 and running through September 5.

 

Special Events

International Eucharistic Congress

September 5-12 @ICE2020

Father Michael’s Congress Workshops 

September 8 & 9 @ICE2020

“Kick-Off” Weekend at Nativity

September 12