Find information below on how Grandview is amending practices in response to CDC guidelines.
People of Grandview,
Administrative Council met (via online meeting) on March 25th to discuss the new guidelines from the State and CDC regarding gathering sizes. The group voted unanimously to suspend in person worship until further notice. We will be monitoring the situation and will return to regular Sunday worship as soon as possible.
Further, our Staff/Pastor Parish Relations Committee met April 1st (also online.) In response to the change in income due to not having in-person worship it is necessary to control expenses however we can. The committee unanimously agreed to reduce office hours and coverage as well as reduce our cleaning schedule. Changes will be as follows:
Starting Monday April 6th Pastor Charles will cover the office from 9-Noon Mondays and Wednesdays. Meryl will cover the office Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9- Noon. This will mean no scheduled coverage on Fridays. For cleaning, we are moving to a once a month cleaning instead of a weekly. As the church will have far fewer people in it weekly this should adequately meet the needs of maintaining the standards of cleanliness while being caution of our budget. These changes will remain in effect until in person worship resumes.
We are assessing all expense items and will do everything in our power to keep expenditures under our income during this unprecedented time.
Please pray for the Grandview family as we walk this road together.
Need access to WiFi while practicing safe "Social Distancing"? We've got you covered. Grandview has a public WiFi link. Call the Church office to schedule a time to come down and link up. BYOD (Bring your own device) and stay in touch with the outside world.
Pastor Charles has spent a great deal of time with Martin Luther's letter from the 1520's this week as he laid out his Christian response to the Black Plague. Here's a link to the letter if you'd like to read it for yourself.
Palm/Passion Sunday April 5th, 2020
Help us make sure that we can continue to be as strong as we were when we return to "normal"