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Debt and debtors.  Sin and sinners.  Trespasses and those who’ve trespassed against us.

The Lord’s Prayer is one of the most standard pieces of liturgy in Christian churches.  Even those churches that long ago stopped reciting the Apostles’ Creed or singing the Gloria Patri often still say The Lord’s Prayer—usually with all those King James Version “who arts” and “thy names.”

It can be tremendously comforting and meaningful to say something familiar and ancient.  But sometimes, rote repetition can simply become habit—something done mindlessly.  This month, we’re taking a line-by-line look at that old familiar prayer.

What does it have to say to us today?  Where do we find ourselves challenged by it?  Do we really want that daily bread we’re asking for?

Meanwhile, this congregation is doing what it does best: living out prayers through work with in the world—providing warm, safe homes for local people seeking a path out of poverty and providing warm, safe homes for war refugees coming from afar.  For we are called into faithful living by the one who taught us that prayer. 

Come and pray with us.
—Rev. Andrea Brown




Jesus Christ calls Grandview United Methodist Church to be a fully inclusive church, recognizing the sacred worth of all people, including those of every sexual orientation and gender identity.  We embrace those who are marginalized for any reason.  Grandview cultivates respectful discussion of differences among all who seek to love their neighbors.


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10:45 a.m.

Traditional worship with choirs and a creative twist


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