Current Teaching Series
Teaching Series: In Good Hands
Grandview UMC invites you to our new
Summer teaching series, In Good Hands.
Join us as we learn how to use our hands
Over 10 weeks we will examine how to
find comfort in the hands of God, using
our hands to welcome others and using
our hands for good. Each lesson includes
a short prayer you can pray throughout the week, scripture readings, children’s moment, weekly message and prayer.
Join us 30 minutes before each lesson for selected music.
You may join us via our Social Media channels, on our worship Zoom meeting or Conference Call-in: (712) 451-073, Code: 506264#.
To join the Zoom meeting send your email to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. by Noon on Fridays.
***Worship times may change due to COVID-19.
Text “JOIN Grandview” to 888-526-3174 to get updated worship time changes
or check our Facebook page (@GrandviewUMC)***
In Good Hands
July 12th - September 13th 2020
Focus: Using our Hands for Good
Theme verse: Isaiah 35:3-4
Strengthen the weak hands,
and make the feeble knees firm.
Tell those who have a fearful heart, “Be strong!
Don’t be afraid!
Behold, your God will come with vengeance, God’s retribution.
He will come and save you.
In Good Hands
(Find Comfort in the Hands of God)
July 12th - In Good Hands - Comfort in the Hands of God
July 19th - Healthy Hands - The Power of our Hands to our Health
July 26th - Praying H.A.N.D.S. - Using our Hands to Pray
(Use our Hands to Welcome others)
Aug. 2nd - Welcome Hands - Communion Sunday - Use our Hands to Welcome others
Aug. 9th - UnWelcome Hands Part 1 - The basics of Appropriate Touch
Aug. 16th - UnWelcome Hands Part 2 - Teaching Kids Appropriate Touch - Blessing of School supplies
(Using our hands for Good)
Aug. 23rd - Tired Hands - We all need a little help
Aug. 30th - Healing Hands - The Power of our Hands to Heal
Sept. 6th - Helping Hands - Communion Sunday - Blessing of Collection for Good Neighbors and Richardson
Helping Hands - Using our Hands to Help others.
Sept. 13th - A Hand Up - Use our hands to pull others up to our level.