People of Nativity

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People of Nativity

In Loving Memory of

Father Howard "Muzz" Ebright

Muzz in collar

Click here to listen to a portion of the
Celebration of Life service for Muzz Ebright
held on March 11, 2015

CLICK HERE TO READ THE TEXT OF REV. JOHNSTON'S EULOGY.

 

Click on the picture of Muzz below to enjoy a video production created by his grandson Justin Ebright.

Photo of Father Muzz

 

 

 

Listen to the people of Nativity talk about our church.

KATHRYN

SHARON

KRISTiN

RICK

LORI

Our Story

Born in 1977, with our first worship service on Easter Sunday, Church of the Nativity began as a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado with small numbers, robust faith, and a go-to attitude. Our numbers have grown, our faith has deepened, and we became a parish in 1999.

Meeting place for organizing group.    

Location of first service 

Many of our early years were spent in unusual places, like a storefront, nursery school, and several local parks. Our present home across from Redlands Middle School is the first and only building we've owned, purchased in 1988.

 Meeting place '77-'80

Meeting place '80-'83

Current location

     Our mission statement reads: Go, spread the Good News, heal and serve others! We live into this philosophy through Christ-centered worship; Christian education for all ages; outreach and missions; ministry opportunities in our faith community and beyond; and care provided to those around us during life's tougher moments.

     We offer one service of Holy Eucharist, Rite II, at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays. An adult education class meets at 8:30am and Sunday School for children is offered at 9:30.   

     We also offer a special non-denominational service on the first Sunday of every month, from 5:00-5:30 p.m.  As a special feature, this service offers hands-on blessings for your companion animal and  pastoral blessings for humans.

     There's always coffee hour downstairs in our fellowship hall after the Sunday service, and it's a great time to get acquainted.  Come and get it!
 

Parish hall scene