Welcome to Church of the Nativity

Our Mission...The Church of the Nativity is a living expression of the Roman Catholic Church which seeks to involve everyone in the life and mission of Jesus Christ by providing spiritual growth and faith formation for its parishioners and outreach to others.

Church of the Nativity

Fish Fry

Prices: Adults $10 - $5 extra for shrimp; $5 Child 5-12 Years of age; ages 4 and younger are free. Family Price is $35 Fish; $50 Shrimp. Additionally gluten free items are available including some desserts. For more information, visit www.knightsofnativity.com

Current Events

40 Days For Life

Church of the Nativity has adopted 2 days (February 21 and 28) to pray (7am-7pm). Please volunteer in Prayer to end abortion. The Prayer Vigil will be near the corner of College and Roe. The abortion clinic is 4840 College Blvd. Call Mike Bartkoski 913-909-4519 with questions. Please consider donating 1 hour to 2 hours of your time. Register for a time HERE. 

Plant A Tree - Donate In A Loved One's Honor

As we continue the Lower Level Renovations, our beautiful Nativity grounds will be enhanced. To comply with the building permit and site plan here in Leawood, we are required to increase the trees and shrubs on our grounds. If you would like to gift a plant to honor or remember someone special, you can do so here

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Prayer Request Form



Lenten Opportunities

Knights of Columbus Fish Frys: Each Friday of Lent in the Parish Hall; thru March 23; 5 - 7:30 p.m. Great food, fun and fellowship! Visit
www.knightsofnativity.com for prices.

Stations of the Cross at 7:00 p.m. in the Church. The Stations of the Cross are a 14-step Catholic devotion that commemorates Jesus’ journey to the cross. 

How to Make a Holy Hour: Thursday, March 1; 10-11 a.m. in the St. Joseph Room. The image of an hour with Jesus has been part of Catholic Tradition since the very beginning. Come and learn about adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, its tradition in the Church, and how to pray a Holy Hour. All are welcome.

Food Drive: March 3-4: A truck will be in the upper church parking lot to receive your donations of non-perishable goods for Catholic Charities.