Find information below on how Grandview is amending practices in response to CDC guidelines.
People of Grandview,
Sadly, I must report that we are again moving to virtual worship only for a time. In a letter from our Bishop sent late last week he recommended that all churches in counties who are in the "red" or severe stages of COVID-19 surges consider migrating away from in-person worship again until the trends are reversed. A copy of that letter is in the link below and I would encourage you to read it in full. As our Charge Conference met Sunday, we took the opportunity to go ahead and discuss the Bishop's request. Grandview decided that, indeed, it was most prudent to move to a remote format to protect our people as best as we can. I echo the Bishop's acknowledgement of this being an especially difficult time of year to have to make this decision. It is, however, my intention to create virtual worship experiences which will be as rich as possible. I would value any feedback on how to make the season rich for your family as you worship together at home.
As always, I am thankful for your faithfulness and care that you show one another and all people in this difficult time.
Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam (All for the greater Glory of God),
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.
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.
Worship for November 8th.
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Help us make sure that we can continue to be as strong as we were when we return to "normal"