Canopy

In an amazing natural phenomenon called “canopy shyness,” trees in some forests grow in patterns that allow light to permeate the forest below. The whole forest can be healthy and grow together by keeping space in the canopy. This is the idea behind Canopy at Grandview. We need friendships and communities more than ever, but we have to make sure to have the right amount of space for everyone to stay healthy. Even as our Canopy groups keep us connected and growing together, they help to uphold the health of our larger community and city.

Our Canopies are groups of less than 12 people (up to 4 or 5 family units) who connect either via Zoom or with agreed-upon in person guidelines. Some Canopy groups have an age distribution that spans decades, some “do” things together, some just sit and visit, some study the Bible, some meet in their neighborhoods, and some find still other ways to share time together. Whatever your fancy, there is a Canopy group for you. Let us help you get connected or reserve a space for your existing Canopy so we can grow together, even while we keep some space.


All
  • All
  • In Person
  • Zoom
  • Classes
  • Weekend
  • College
  • Intergenerational
  • Married
  • Prayer
  • Relationships
  • Service
  • Shared Interest
  • Single
  • Study
  • Support
  • Women
  • Young Adult

Women’s Bible Study

This group of ladies gathers to study the Bible, pray together, and stay connected to one another. They are continuing to be COVID-conscious with masks and distancing as needed.

Meets: Tuesdays at 3:00 pm at the Buffalo Campus

Contact: Sue Sutherland

The Luzadder Canopy

These families join together to catch up twice a month. Join them every other Sunday afternoon to swap stories and share time together.

Meets: in person, every other Sunday at 2:00 pm

Contact: Jami Luzadder

Something More

Something More is a group of college-aged folks coming together to chat, learn, eat and play together. We are convinced life is more than just getting a degree and a career!

Meets: Sundays from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm at Interyear Fellowship House

Leader: Joy Eden

SALT Class

This long-standing Sunday School class features a rotating list of teachers who present and lead mature discussions on a wide variety of topics. Upcoming subjects include "The Heart of the Old Testament," "How to Read the Bible," "The Theology of Life After Death," and "The Church in Today's Culture."

Meets: Sundays at 9:30 am at the Buffalo Campus

Leader: Mary Ellen Pereira and Lorna Crouch

Welcome to Grandview

This class is for those new to Grandview or curious about who we are, where we've been, where we're going, and how you can get involved. Happening once a month, this single-session, one-hour class offers a starting place to join the Grandview family.

Meets: via Zoom on a flexible schedule

Leader: Brandon Waite

Faith and Living

This large and intergenerational class prays for one another and studies various topics and books of the Bible. On Wednesday evenings, the group meets for a social hour filled with games and laughter.

Meets: Sundays at 11:00 am at the Buffalo Campus

Leader: David Roberts

Church and Community

This hour-long intergenerational Sunday School class starts class by praying with and for one another. For the rest of the class, they study a book of the Bible, discussing and applying it together.

Meets: Sundays at 9:30 am at the Buffalo Campus

Leader: Bob Hall

Alpha

Alpha is a safe place to explore basic and big questions about the Christian faith. This class meets periodically. Email with interest!

The Chapman Canopy

This intergenerational group gathers to share some time in conversation and some time studying a book of the Bible or a relevant topic.

Meets: every other Friday at 7:30 pm via Zoom

Leader: Dave and Cindy Chapman

College Women’s Group

This group of college-aged women meets weekly for study, fellowship, and prayer. Led by a Milligan professor, they would love for you to join!

Meets: Sundays at 2:30 pm via Zoom

Leader: Kristen Mudrack