Grandview Church of the Nazarene
1500 Highgrove Road
Grandview, MO 64030        816 763-6891

Dive IN Youth Ministry

Sunday School for ages 12+ (6th-12th grade) at 9:30 a.m.  We use the curriculum put out by the Nazarene
Publishing House.  

Dive IN Youth Ministry for ages 12+ (6th-12th grade) Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.  The teens meet together
with the adults for the corporate prayer meeting on the third Wednesdays of each month.  

The youth room is in the basement of our main church building.  

We also have a
Child Protection Policy and Procedure as well as a Parent Brochure

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Grandview Church of the Nazarene 1500 Highgrove Road Grandview MO 64030  816-763-6891
Prime: Nazarene Beliefs for Teens- This is the current Wednesday
night curriculum.  This is a simple, straightforward curriculum that
will help navigate eight basic questions of faith with teenagers.
Each lesson uses a specific portion of the Apostles' Creed to
answer the focus question, videos and student workbooks.

Prime: Nazarene Beliefs for Teens Sample Video

February 20th; March 20th; April 17th Corporate Prayer Meeting

Dive IN Youth Ministry Calendar

Bowling Event- Saturday March 30th 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Kids and teens are invited to go bowling at Ward
Parkway Lanes- 1523 W. 89th St., Kansas City, MO 64114.  We will
eat lunch together as well.  Cost- $10
($8 for one game of bowling and shoes and lunch; bring extra money for the arcade).  Meet at the church at
10 a.m.  Parents must accompany children under 6 years old.
 Permission Slip   

"
Welcome Nowhere" Documentary and Lunch We will meet Saturday April 13th from 4 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at
the parsonage to watch this documentary on the Roma and eat dinner together.  Romania has the largest
population of Roma and we will be ministering to the Roma community on the mission trip.  This
documentary will help introduce the struggles of this people.  Welcome Nowhere tells the true story of a
community of Roma people (commonly known as Gypsies [considered a pejorative term]) in Sofia,Bulgaria,
who live in old train boxcars after being forcibly evicted from their homes. Without bathrooms or proper
sanitation for more than 200 people, they hold on to hope that the government will soon follow through on its
promise of better housing. Yet year after year, their living conditions only get worse, and the community is
struggling to survive with what little they have. Welcome Nowhere documents their fight for new homes,
better opportunities for their children, and ultimately, their place in the world.  Watch the trailer-
Welcome
Nowhere

Spring Grill Out On Sunday May 19th the teens will host a grill out for the church after the morning service.   
 
Athens VBS
July 19th-25th More information to come.