Poinsettias PDF Print E-mail
Christmas Poinsetta orders are being taken until Sunday, Dec. 10. The cost is $9 per plant. Please fill out the form (download here) and make your check payable to Grandview UMC, with a memo to poinsettettias. Forms can also be found at the Hub.
Ham Dinner PDF Print E-mail
Come to Grandview's Annual Ham Dinner on Sunday, December 17, which starts at 5pm (everyone is invited to bring a side dish or dessert to share). Then we head out to the neighborhood to spread some Christmas cheer with caroling at 6pm. Come for one, two, or all three parts of the evening as fits your family's schedule. Sign up at the HUB.
Be a Candle of Hope PDF Print E-mail

The Grandview Sings! children's choir, directed by Cindy McGary, will hold a concert in the sanctuary on Friday, Dec. 8 at 7pm. The 17-voice choir will present songs of the season including themes of hope, light and peace. Please plan to attend and support these fine, young singers. All are welcome!

Christmas Crafting at REology PDF Print E-mail

Join Grandview friends on Saturday, Dec. 9 from 9am-11am to a make and take Christmas gift workshop at REology off of Mulberry Street. We will have fun reusing things we might otherwise discard. $5 donation for materials. Sign up at the Hub.

Shrom-Rhoads Move PDF Print E-mail

If you would like to help Kirstin and Jason, they are looking for help packing boxes at the parsonage on Friday, Nov. 24, drop in from 10am-4pm and packing the truck on Saturday, Nov. 25 from 8:30am-12:30pm.

Picture Directory PDF Print E-mail

Our fabulous new directories have been compiled and printed. Pick up your copy(s) at the HUB. A donation of $3 each will help defray the cost of printing. Thank you to all who submitted pictures; it greatly helps folks get to know each other.

Treat a Local Family to a Holiday Dinner PDF Print E-mail

The Lancaster County Council of Churches Food Bank appreciates donations of turkeys and ham in this holiday season.  Drop off your contribution in the freezer in our basement pantry, and we’ll deliver it to the food bank.

Journey Through the Bible PDF Print E-mail

Join Rev. Mindy McKonly on a Journey Through the Bible trip to the Holy Land that will expand your knowledge of the Bible and this sacred land. It’s a journey following in the footsteps of Jesus, Paul, Samuel & David. Join Mindy June 11-21 on this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Brochures are available at the Hub.

Grandview Readers PDF Print E-mail

Our next book is Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg. Thirty years after women became 50 percent of the college graduates in the United States, men still hold the vast majority of leadership positions in government and industry. Sandberg is the chief operating officer of Facebook and is ranked on Fortune’s list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business and as one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. Meet for potluck meal at 6 pm, Friday Dec. 1, with discussion of the book at 7 pm.

Emergency Forms PDF Print E-mail

Emergency forms can be downloaded here or are available at the HUB. Please fill out the form and give it to a volunteer. Our goal is to have a form for each member. Please help us reach that goal by filling out yours today.

Gift Cards PDF Print E-mail

Gift card sales continue to grow. We have Stauffer’s, Weis, Giant, Oregon Dairy and Darrenkamps cards available on Sunday mornings and in the Church office Monday through Friday from 9am to 2pm. Remember: 5-10% of your purchases are pure profit to Grandview and help with our mission commitments. If you haven’t gotten  in the habit, why not start now and help Grandview with this important ministry.

UM Handbook PDF Print E-mail

The United Methodist Church chose our Roxanne Edwards' Lancaster-based company, Nxtbook Media, to prepare and present its new handbook.  This is the same company that makes the digital version of The Messenger, Grandview's newsletter.  Click here to link to the new UM Handbook.

Grandview Connections PDF Print E-mail

Grandview Connections (GC) is a blog for discussing the weekly sermon content thus making connections between the pastors' words and the thoughts, feelings and actions of Grandview UMC members and friends.  The sermon is a starting point for what can be a very rich discussion about faith and will serve as a source for reflection and a building block for an online faith community that is available at any time. The blog is linked on the Grandview UMC website under Resources, or under Quicklinks.

Save Those Box Tops & Labels PDF Print E-mail

They are valuable to Red Bird Mission and Clinic in Kentucky, a special ministry of the United Methodist Church, serving four counties in the isolated rural distressed Appalachian Mountains. Place your boxtops and labels in the marked cupboard in the back of the Sanctuary. Please note that we must have the UPC code attached to the labels to receive the points.

e-Alert Subscription PDF Print E-mail

You can now manage your e-mail address for the e-alert only. A sign-up link is available on this site (left hand column) to subscribe or manage your e-mail address. Just click on the link to add, change or delete your email address. Please remember to let the office know, for their records, if your address has changed.

Church Keys PDF Print E-mail

Trustees are requiring forms to be filled out by anyone needing a church key. If you need a key please fill out a form at the HUB.

Address for Dennis PDF Print E-mail

Please note that Dennis Spangler has a new address:

Dennis Spangler, JM9765
P.O. Box A
Bellefonte, PA   16823-0820

Please handwrite your return address on the envelope. Denny would like to have your address and self stick labels are taken off before mail is delivered.

E-mails can be sent through the website entering Dennis' name/number where indicated. Emails sent by 10 a.m. will be received by him that day.

Continuing Opportunity- Direct Deposit PDF Print E-mail

This form brings a new opportunity for giving. The form is an authorization agreement for direct deposit of your giving. The forms can be filled out and mailed to the church office to the attention of the financial secretary.

Equal Exchange PDF Print E-mail
The Fair Trade System encourages farmers to stay on their own land by giving them a fair price for their crops. "Fair Trade offers us a dignified way of doing business. We don’t beg. Selling one or two containers is not begging." Raymond Kimaaro, Tanzania. Check out our Equal Exchange selections of organic coffee, tea and chocolate in the Gathering Room.

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