Holy Nativity is a special place where individuals with open hearts and open minds can gather to share the love and life of Jesus as they follow their unique paths in life’s journey. It is a diverse community where traditional and progressive unite in a plethora of opportunities that are mentally and spiritually enriching to seekers and believers (yes — and nonbelievers) alike.
Take the opportunity to share in the many celebrations of community we offer: discuss questions of faith and religion; get involved in environmental activism; practice yoga; cultivate a garden that nourishes those in need; regenerate at a music concert; learn to bake bread—then break bread with a gathering of kindred spirits.
Come, see, and share in the rich cultural and spiritual community that is Holy Nativity Episcopal Church. Our doors are open, and we are waiting with full hearts and open arms to greet you. And, of course, attend Sunday services and celebrate the love and the glories of God’s kingdom.
About Holy Nativity
Holy Nativity Episcopal Church was established during World War II as a place for the burgeoning neighborhood to gather on Sundays for family worship. A strategic center for the war, the Westchester neighborhood in which we are situated was rapidly growing and changing. Now more than 75 years later, the neighborhood is once again rapidly growing and chang…Read More »
Holy Nativity is located in the Westchester area of Los Angeles at 6700 West 83rd Street at Dunbarton between Sepulveda and Lincoln boulevards with easy access from the 405 Freeway and plenty of available street parking.
We have 2 services each Sunday:
8:00 am - Spoken Eucharist
10:30 am - Sung Eucharist
At Holy Nativity, our services are traditional yet relaxed; we like to think of them as reverent yet comfortable - with room for the unpredictable movement of the Holy Spirit. We also believe in liturgy in the truest sense: as the work of the people. In that spirit, we encourage you to share…Read More »
This is a list of just some of the activities that take place at Holy Nativity. Feel free to explore the site for more details about many of these activities.
- COMMUNITY GARDEN: a 4,000-square-foot garden that is tended cooperatively and is maintained as a teaching garden to share the skills of how to grow food, the yield from which goes to Food Pantry LAX
- ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE-MAKER…
On March 17th, we bid Father Peter a fond farewell and sent him on his way to Whidbey Island, Washington. We've also welcomed the Rev. Judy Baldwin as our Interim Rector. If you haven't had a chance, say hello next time you see her! We're so grateful for her leadership during this time of transition!
The vestry has been - and continues to be - hard at work as we navigate this …Read More »