ONLINE BULLETIN     August 9  4:00 p.m.


Daily Scriptures

August Newsletter

Current Sermon Series

Events This Week

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Listen by phone dial: 1 (712) 451-0703   Access Code: 506264#


Worship Music- 3:30 p.m. EST

Hymns via Conference Call or Zoom

Conference call hymns are live from one of our church musicians.

Facebook Watch party is a collection of recorded hymns.

Live Music Phone Line:

(712) 451-0703

Access Code: 506264#

To join the Zoom meeting send your email to: by Noon on Fridays.

Prelude- 3:55 p.m. EST

Pastoral Greetings4:00 p.m. EST


Affirmation of Faith- Spoken in Unison

Lord, may we rest in the Palm of your hands.

Children's Moment-

Check out the link below for activities and advice

for talking to your kids about un-welcome touch. 


Scripture- Matthew 13:24-60

Message- Un-Welcome Hands

Sermon Resources/Notes

Scripture on Hands:

How can we use our Hands for Good?

Read Matthew 13


Offering-In Good Hands Fundraiser




In-Home Mission- Care for our Nepali Families affected by COVID-19

A few of our RIF families tested positive for COVID-19 through work conditions and can use our help getting food and mortgage payments.

If you've like to give support you can donate on Facebook:

or send a check to the church;
2315 Phelps Ave.
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44223
Memo: RIF Cares

Praises and Prayers-

Prayer requests and praises can be shared through our prayer email, or PM our Church Facebook page.

Thank you for worshiping with us today.

We welcome you to reach out to us through Facebook@grandviewumc,, Online Church Office: 330-923-2442 (Mon-Fri, 9am-1pm)

Please share any ideas you have on how we can enhance the inclusiveness of our online worship.

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Grandview UMC

2315 Phelps Ave.

Cuyahoga Falls, O.H. 44223

A far-reaching touch

As we move around this world and as we act with kindness, perhaps,

or with indifference or with hostility toward the people we meet,

we are setting the great spider web atremble.

The life that I touch for good or ill will touch another life,

and that, in turn, another, until who knows where the trembling stops

or in what far place my touch will be felt.
—Frederick Buechne