Grandview Church of the Nazarene
1500 Highgrove Road
Grandview, MO 64030 816 763-6891
What to Expect-
*The corporate worship service is where we as a community exalt and worship Christ. The corporate worship service is where we
gather to worship, to be equipped and encouraged and then sent back out to be God's people in the world.
*The church is a small congregation of about 50.
*The worship service usually lasts about an hour and a half.
*The music includes hymns, choruses and some newer songs.
*The sacrament of communion is celebrated a couple times a month.
*We do not have a "dress code". Most people dress casually or in business casual attire but everyone is welcome to come as they
Children’s Church Schedule- We recognize the need for age appropriate ministry, but we also want to provide opportunity for the
generations, old and young together, to praise the name of the Lord (Psalm 148.12-13). The children remain in the service until it is
time for the sermon every Sunday. One the first Sunday of each month the children are invited to remain during the entire service. A
children's moment helps convey the importance of our children and they are provided with coloring and activity sheets appropriate to
the theme of the service. We know children are sometimes anxious about going to children's church when they don't know anyone,
so parents are also welcome to keep their children with them for the duration of the service any Sunday.
Current Curriculum- "Discipleship Jr" by David C. Cook Publishing
A nursery available for children ages 3 & under and restrooms are located on the main floor of the building down the hallway across
from the sanctuary.
Hearing assistance aids are available for those who would like one. Go to the sound booth in the back of the sanctuary to obtain
For more content on any number of discipleship and ministry related topics visit Pastor Eric's blog-
Current Sermon Series
April 23rd-June 25th 2017- "Psalms of Waiting and
Longing for God"
Next Sermon Series
Beginning July 9th- "Be Strong and Courageous" a
sermon series on Joshua