The Catholic Church of the Nativity is a vibrant community that dates back to 2008. For over seven years, our church has been ministering to the needs of Spring Hill and Thompson Station as a part of the Diocese of Nashville. While facilities and faces have changed over the years, one thing remains the same…our commitment to Christ, to one another, and to the betterment of our community.
Our church today is an active community comprised of over 675 households. Led by a dedicated pastor and strong corps of lay leaders and volunteers, there is an increasing number of ways that people of all ages can participate in the spiritual, educational, social and service ministries of our church.
Welcome Deacon Andrew Forsythe
We are blessed and glad to have Deacon Andrew Forsythe. He was recently ordained a transitional deacon, and will be ordained a priest next summer. He will be with us this summer. He is from Chattanooga, Tennessee. He became a Catholic ten years ago at the Cathedral in Nashville. He is a graduate of Trevecca Nazarene University, where he studied Music Business and Spring Hill College, where he studied Theology. Before seminary, he worked in the Church as a theology teacher in a Catholic high school, Director of Music and Director of Religious Education. He currently studies at the Pontifical College Jospehinum in Columbus, Ohio, along with twelve other seminarians for our diocese, as well as a total of approximately 190 men from diocese all over the world in formation to become priests. Deacon Forsythe will be with us until he returns to seminary in August.