|Weekend Schedule||Overall atmosphere||Music Ministry||Worship Elements|
|5:00 pm Saturday||
This anticipation Mass resembles the Sunday 8:15 in tradition and music style.
|Organ & cantor||Communion is offered under both forms at this liturgy.|
|7:00 am Sunday||Similar to a daily Mass in its simplicity.||No music — Antiphons and Psalm are read by a lector||
No procession down main aisle, two altar servers. Communion under one form.
|8:15 am Sunday||A traditional Mass.||
organ & cantor
Communion is offered under both forms at this liturgy
|9:30 am Sunday||
Geared towards families with young children this liturgy features a more informal atmosphere that embraces the sometimes unexpected "children's choir". This is the only Sunday liturgy held in Steiner Hall (the Church's lower level). Children's Liturgy of the Word, during which young children gather separately to hear the Gospel message and learn about it in age-appropriate terms, is part of this Mass during the school year.
|Music selections include a variety of traditional hymns, newer songs and some contemporary Christian music. Usually accompanied by piano and guitar, soloists may be joined by other instruments including congas, violin, clarinet, saxophone, mandolin, flute or cello.||Seating is arranged to form a semi-circle around the altar. The priest directs the homily towards children in early to middle school. Communion under one form.|
|11:00 am Sunday||
Nativity's most formal liturgy, it includes use of incense and features formal processions at entrance and offertory. Good for those who enjoy the rituals and traditions associated with a "high" Mass.
Full choir, organ & cantor
|Six altar servers assist with procession of the Cross, the Gospel and the Incense. Communion is offered under both forms.|
|5:00 pm Sunday||Subdued and more meditative, a reflective tone to the music and a simple liturgical style.||Often the same music and musicians as at 9:30 a.m.||
Fewer ministers in the sanctuary, only the priest and lectors; no offertory procession.