At Nativity we are followers of The Way, meaning our primary allegiance is to Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. We are a people from different social, racial, economic, political, and faith backgrounds that gather together as community to be transformed through the love of God in Christ. 

We are a creative and exciting congregation with diverse talents and gifts that we share with one another to make a transformative impact in our communities and the world for the Kingdom of God. At Nativity will you find perfect people? No. But what you will find is inspiring preaching, heartwarming worship and a welcoming community that has a heart for the world. And our community is always open to you if would like to join us on this journey.

As an episcopal church

we are members...

  • regionallY

    Nativity is one congregation within the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts. The term 'episcopal' refers to the role of the bishop as the spiritual leader of the diocese. The Rt. Rev’d. Doug Fischer is the current Bishop of Western Massachusetts. 

  • nationally

    Denominationally, Nativity belongs to The Episcopal Church (USA), the national branch (or province) of the worldwide Anglican Communion. 

  • internationally


    The Anglican Communion is a world-wide affiliation of Anglican Churches. There is no single 'Anglican Church' with universal juridical authority, since each national or regional church has full autonomy. As the name suggests, the Anglican Communion is an association of these churches in full communion with the Church of England (which may be regarded as the 'mother church' of the worldwide communion), and specifically with its primate, the Archbishop of Canterbury. With over seventy seven million members, the Anglican Communion is the third largest communion in the world, after the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Churches. 


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