Nativity has a vibrant community that is growing and parishoners are sharing their interests in small groups.
Spend the afternoon with Nativity’s 55+ Fellowship. Meet your friends for fun, refreshments, games and afternoons out!
Annette D’Angelo (615) 241-1487
The Book Club's mission is to provide fellowship through conversation and discussion of a literary work, and to explore it's relevance in the message it is meant to convey. To provide an opportunity for socialization and the exchange of both shared and unique views and experiences.
Book club will meet once a month from 6:30-8:30pm in the teen room.
For more information please contact:
Contact Cristina Ramirez [email protected]
February-Temple Secrets by Susan Gabriel
March-A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
April-Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
May-Nine Perfect Strangers by Lianne Moriarty
June-We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter
July-Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man by Fannie Flagg
August-True Believer by Nicholas Sparks
September-The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
October-Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
November & December-One for the Blackbird One for the Crow by Olivia Hawker
Nativity Catholic MEN4HIM is a group of men proud to be Catholic men of faith. Too often Catholic men, today, see Christianity and “going to Mass as saying the Rosary as sissy stuff, or “I just don’t have time.” Our goal is to Love God, Love Others, make disciples for Christ and grow as brothers in Christ Typically, we meet once a week for an hour on Thursday morning with a study leader for each session. Generally, most of us meet for the 9:00 Mass with enough time to make a visit to the Rosary Walk for individual Prayer and Meditation. Our topics are generally topics of the day important to The Catholic men of 2019 that help his Spiritual Life, Family Life, and further his life skills as parent, husband and grandparent. We hold each other accountable in our goal for Eternal Salvation In ways that I did not imagine possible when we started.
Tom Vogel (404)403-0935
COTN Moms Group
Moms Group meets twice a month. Typically on Thursdays between 10-11:30. We meet downstairs in the nursery. We'd love for you to join us!!
For any questions please contact Erika at
National Association for Mental Illness (NAMI)
Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month downstairs in Room 104.
What is NAMI? It is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental health. NAMI offers support and education programs for families and individuals living with mental health conditions.
There will be two separate support groups under the umbrella of NAMI TN:
~ With Hope in Mind (WHM) Groups are for family members and friends of persons diagnosed or undiagnosed with mental illness. They are facilitated by specially-trained family members who understand because the are care providers, too.
~ Bridges (Building Recovery of Individual Dreams and Goals through Education and Support) Groups provide support for persons with mental illness. They are facilitated by people with mental illness, who are living in recovery.
Please join us and learn more about NAMI.
NAMI Williamson County
Affiliate Phone: 615-567-3793
Contact Chris Allen with any questions. (615)545-5222 or [email protected]
Photography club meets once a month on a Saturday at 1-1:30 pm the date is movable to accommodate our members calendar. It is important for those interested to contact me for any changes to our meeting time and place. If interested please call Raymond LaCroix for location.
Would love to have anyone interested to join us. Bring your camera if you have one but isn’t required to join us.
Contact Raymond LaCroix
Tom Vogel (404)403-0935
We have made covers for the statues in the church and purple swags to be used during Lent. We’ve done some alterations on altar cloths and repairs on the seminarian’s clothes.
Father Jerry would like us to make banners for the sides of the altar for the liturgical seasons.
Currently we only have 4 members in our group and none of us have the skills and machines to do this type of work.
I suggested to our group that we could make walker or wheelchair caddies or adult bibs for a local nursing home or our Homebound parishioners. One lady and myself are interested in this. One of our neighbors volunteers at the memory care unit in Spring Hill. They would love caddies and/or adult bibs.
We have been meeting every other week in the morning. We are flexible with days and times.
Margie Boudier (615)302-3976
The Supper Club is a group of parishioners who go out to dinner at a restaurant once a month. To join us, you just send me an email (this way I have the person's email address) or phone me or come talk with me at church. I send out an email to each person or couple every month, a few weeks in advance, telling them the name, address and telephone number of the restaurant and the time we will meet there. We welcome suggestions for restaurants and would love a confirmation email so we can make reservations.