More than 100 Episcopalians from across Mississippi are in Canton, to talk about racial reconciliation.
At its best, a sabbatical is meant to nurture the relationship between pastor and congregation and leave both energized and more ready for ministry at the conclusion. If you have ideas as to what would be refreshing for Nativity next summer, let the committee know!
Sunday, March 4, Nativity has been invited to join in First Presbyterian's annual celebration of its Scottish heritage. At 10:15am, weather permitting, a parade of bagpipers, drummers, and Presbyterians will march down Church Street and stop in front of Nativity to play a song before parading on. We're mostly participating because it's fun. However, it is also the case that The Episcopal Church received its first bishop with the help of some Scottish Anglicans; we have some shared heritage! You are invited to wear your plaid scarves or clothing to the parade!