“Jesus said to her, ‘I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die.’”

-John 11:25


Because of our belief in the immortality of the soul and the resurrection of the body, the Church professes hope in the face of death and provides prayers and funeral rites to celebrate the life of the deceased, comfort and strengthen the mourning, and bury the remains of the deceased with loving care.

If a loved one has recently died and you are looking to have their funeral at Nativity, please contact:

Merrilyn Sikora
Parish Registrar

303-469-5171, ext. 110



If you or a loved one is approaching death, we invite you to pre-plan a funeral service by using the link below.

Merrilyn Sikora
303-469-5171, ext. 110


Funerals give our community the opportunity to support grieving families and show our respect for life.  If you would like to receive notifications of upcoming funerals at Nativity, click on the link below.


One of the corporal works of mercy is to bury the dead.  While we do this literally at a funeral service, there are also many ways we can tend to the deceased and their families, including singing in the funeral choir, serving food during the reception, and ministering to families who are struggling.  For details, click on the link below.


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