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Holy Week Schedule

Palm Sunday (March 25). Worship at 8:15, 9:30, & 10:45. Children will lead a palm processional at 9:30 and 10:45.
Holy Thursday (March 29) meal at 6pm catered by Himalayan restaurant. Enjoy a typical Nepali meal. Worship begins at 7pm, in the sanctuary. We will hear the telling of the Passion story in a new way. Musicians from all our services will participate, and cellist Steve Lavender will be with us. The voices of our youth will lead us as we recall the Last Supper in our own communion and go with Jesus to Gethsemane and even to the cross.
Easter (April 1). Worship at 8:15 and 10:45 will be augmented by trumpet and timpani and will conclude with an invitation to join in singing “Hallelujah” from Handel’s Messiah. Special music at 9:30 as well. Austin Wagner will be with us on percussion at all three services.



It is incredibly exciting to be a part of a church because church is where the body of Christ becomes incarnate again and again: a flesh-and-blood presence in the world today.

This congregation is currently helping to resettle two refugees, to feed and house many neighbors who lack a permanent place to live, to assist people coming out of prison, thereby reducing the chance that they will harm themselves or others through a new crime.

We are creating music that makes the world more beautiful.  (One example is “Heaven Knows,” by Liz Fulmer, now available in iTunes, and each week we hear other examples in worship from our choir, our bell choir, and other musicians as well as our congregation raising its voices to sing together.)

We are easing the burden of people experiencing depression and helping to assist people to make plans for aging.  We are helping children and youth to explore their genuine questions about faith and forming them into people in touch with the sacred within them.  We’re providing after-school programs tied to the local schools. 

Some people are pessimistic about the Church today.  We’re not.  In fact, we’re excited to see what God is doing in and through the Church.

—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.


Our Services: Each Sunday

10:45 a.m.

Traditional worship with choirs and a creative twist


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