Frequently Asked Questions – Young Families

We understand you have many questions about how to get more involved or how to best attend Mass with a young family.  We want you to feel welcome and find your home here at Nativity Catholic Church!

What Mass times are most attended by families?

Our parish is very family-focused, so you’ll see families at all of our Masses! 9:00 am and 11:00 am are two very popular Masses for families. The Youth Choir sings every Sunday at 11:00 am and the Children’s Choir sings several times throughout the year at the 9:00 am or 11:00 am.

Is there a cry room in the Church?

We strive to be very welcoming and supportive of families with young children! We do have a Training Room where families with small children may choose to sit.  You’ll find a Children’s Cart with coloring pages and other materials your child can use during Mass. You’ll also see beautifully painted versions of the 7 Sacraments beneath the windows.

At what age does Religious Education or Nativity Catholic School start?

Religious Education serves children in Kindergarten – 12th grade.  Nativity Catholic School serves children in preschool – 8th grade.

Do you have any resources for children with special needs?

Yes, we have a religious education program called SPRED, which serves children with special needs.

How do I get my child baptized?

This is one of the most asked questions; please find all of the information you need on our Baptism Page.

Do you have a nursery or babysitting during Mass?

Not at this time, but it’s something we’re looking into for the future!

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