24.06.2017 Uncategorized Comments Off on Rough Riders Game Saturday July 1

Rough Riders Game Saturday July 1

Frisco Rough Riders versus Tulsa Drillers

Saturday July 1
7:05 pm start
$17/ticket $5 for parking pass if paid in advance, $10 at the stadium
Pay for tickets w/cash or check to David Bronzich in the church office

07.02.2017 VBS Comments Off on Summer 2017 Vacation Bible School

Summer 2017 Vacation Bible School

Holy Nativity Episcopal Church is excited to offer our Summer 2017 Vacation Bible School:

BIG CITY HEROES, THE ULTIMATE ADVENTURE

Ages pre-K through 5th grade are invited to attend Vacation Bible School hosted at the Super Hero Big City of Holy Nativity Episcopal Church.  Super Hero training will teach Bible lessons on how you can become a hero of obedience like Noah, a hero of strength like Esther, a hero of faith like Daniel, a hero of courage like David and a hero of love like Jesus. Please plan to send your super children, super neighbors, super grandchildren and super friends to this Ultimate VBS Adventure.

Dates:  June 19-23, 2017

Time:  9am-12pm

Cost: Free

Snack included

Attendees:  All invited age pre-K through 5th grade

 

Please email Emily Wyman for any questions or to sign up your children for this summer program!

Emily.wyman1@gmail.com

10.10.2013 Blog, Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Fellowship Comments Off on Father Garrin Places In Holy Trinity Home Brew Contest

Father Garrin Places In Holy Trinity Home Brew Contest

Our own Fr. Garrin placed third in the October 5th Home Brew Contest at the Holy Trinity – Garland Oktoberfest! Congrats Fr. Garrin!

Garrin Dickinson Places 3rd In Brewing Contest - Holy Nativity Plano

Winners of the Brew Contest.
(L-R), 4th Place – Frank London (Houston), 3rd Place – Garrin Dickinson (Holy Nativity – Plano), 1st & 2nd Place – Jim Hall (Holy Trinity – Garland)

26.09.2013 Blog, Trumpet Comments Off on What Happened To The Trumpet Newsletter?

What Happened To The Trumpet Newsletter?

The Trumpet Newsletter - Holy Nativity Church - Plano TXIt is perhaps better said; “What is happening to the Trumpet Newsletter?”  The short version is that it is changing format and becoming more social media friendly than the old version.  After struggling for years to get articles and news to publish on a monthly basis, we decided to make the Trumpet Newsletter more like a journal and publish a printed copy as sufficient information becomes available.

The key to how often the Trumpet Newsletter gets published is how many people volunteer their time to write articles about things going on at church. These articles will first appear in the chronological Blog section and later will be collected for the Trumpet Newsletter print edition.

Your help is still needed and earnestly requested, in order to generate the reports of the news and events at Holy Nativity. These articles will be posted to the Blog and the Trumpet collection and a little later, to the printed Trumpet.

Send your un-formatted text and pictures and charts to Tom Gentry at communications.  Tom will work with the authors, if needed, to format the text, process the graphics and publish them to the Holy Nativity website blog section.

 

25.06.2011 Brotherhood of St. Andrew Comments Off on Brotherhood Helps Save Commerce Church

Brotherhood Helps Save Commerce Church

Brotherhood of St. Andrew Helps Save Church in Commerce TXRobby Gerber represented the Holy Nativity in the effort to save what was Epiphany Church in Commerce. More details here.

23.05.2011 EYC Comments Off on This One’s For Jesus

This One’s For Jesus

2011 EYC Camping Trip - Lake TexomaThe EYC finished the 2010/2011 year with 15 campers going to All Saints Camp at Lake Texoma for an awesome camping trip.

They combined their theme for the year in one weekend by:

  • FUN: Camping, hiking, games, good food
  • FAITH: Enjoying Evening Prayer led by the girls and Morning Prayer led by the boys.
  • SERVICE PROJECT: The camp allowed us to camp free by doing a community service. We pulled a brush pile, piece by piece to an open area and started a bon fire that went at least 30 ft. high. It took over 2 hours as we threw each piece of brush and wood into the fire we yelled out different sins of the world to burn away. Not one sin was left behind. It was a brutally awesome service project!