WEEKLY NEWSLETTER (600 × 150 px) (1)

What is new in the newsletter this week?

CHURCH-WIDE: Cityview Is Turning 3!, Chili Cook-Off and Game Night, Cannonball (Baptism Class)
BUFFALO CAMPUS: Special Music on February 12, Worship Service Information and Songs
CITYVIEW CAMPUS: Cityview is 3!, Worship Service Information and Songs, Second Tuesday Hangout
MISSIONS: Mission of the Month
YOUTH: Camp Scholarships Due Monday, Lock-In
KIDS' CAMP AND CREW456: Camp Scholarships Due Monday, Links for this Sunday
JCSERVE: World Café Today
PRAYING: Updated Prayer List

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    Cityview Is Turning 3!
    This Sunday our Cityview Campus will be celebrating turning three-years-old!

    We will have a special Sunday morning at our Cityview Campus with time for reflection and celebration between services.

    We will be livestreaming the entire morning in the center foyer at our Buffalo Campus.

    Cityview is 3
    Chili Cook-off and Game Night

    Chili Cook-Off and Game Night - This Sunday (February 5)
    Make plans to join us for this church-wide event! We will meet at our Buffalo Campus from 5:00pm-6:30pm for a chili cook-off , good chili eating, and game playing! Bring your favorite game or play one of ours.

    It's not too late to sign up to bring chili! You can sign up through Sunday. If you would like to enter your chili in our cook-off, please sign up here or on our app. Don't worry- it's a silent, anonymous vote.  No one will be called out! Winners will be awarded the best chili cook-off medal we could find on Amazon!

    This will be a fun night for the whole family! If you have any questions, please contact the church office.

    Cannonball (Baptism Class) – March 12 - April 2
    If you or someone in your family is considering baptism, this class will be a great opportunity to think more deeply about this most important decision.
    Sign up here or in the "Signup" section of our app.
    We will meet at our Buffalo Campus every Sunday from March 12 through April 2 from 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
    If you have questions, contact Leah Short.


    Two4Two Spring Semester - Begins Wednesday, March 1
    Mark your calendars and plan to join us for Two4Two! This is our intergenerational church-wide program that meets on Wednesday evenings from 5:30pm - 7:00pm at our Buffalo Campus. We will meet each Wednesday from March 1 - April 26. There is something for everyone!
    Signups will begin in February. Stay tuned for more information!

    Calendar Features on Our App!
    Check out our app! If you have not already downloaded it, please do so. It is called "Church Center." We are using our app more and more.

    We have updated the church calendar on the app. To access it, click on "More" at the bottom of the screen. You can easily see what is happening at Grandview, get information about events, and signup if needed. Check it out!

    We still have quite a few people who are not listed in the directory and we would love for you to be included. You can also add a picture! If you need a little help, you can talk to one of our staff or call the church office (423-928-7866).

    Food Pantry
    The food pantry is open on Thursdays from 9:00 am - 10:00 am. If you or someone you know is in need of food, come to the Buffalo Campus (300 University Parkway) or call the church office (928-7866).
    Thank you to those who have donated food!

    New Year in the Library

    The downstairs library is featuring lots of new books this new year, including Redeemed:Journey to Redemption by Penny and Kendall Cochran and Hey Little Girl, Where You Hail From? Stories from a Father to His Daughter by Georgia Wymer Hook, Aaron's sister and Abby Cachiaras's mother. 


    Special Music on Sunday, February 12
    Heritage will be singing during both of our services next Sunday! Heritage is Milligan University’s premier traveling ensemble. They are regularly sought after for their distinct a cappella style and presentation. Heritage is led by our own - Noah DeLong.

    Members of Heritage 2022-23
    Hope Davis
    Ariana Floyd
    Ryan Jamerson
    Josh Nickens
    Joey Reese
    Anna Shelton
    Amelia Teri
    Will Wagner (not pictured)

    The Restoration Project
    Morning Worship Services - Sunday, February 5
    The Restoration Project: Recognize
    Aaron Wymer
    First Scripture Reading: Luke 4:16-21
    Sermon Scripture Reading: Romans 8:18-32

    • 9:30am and 11:00am services in the Green Sanctuary
    • 9:30am and 11:00am Kids' Camp in the lower level (this is for kids birth - 6th grade)
    • 9:30am and 11:00am Adult Sunday School Classes (see the "Canopies" section of this newsletter for more information about the classes available)
    • Livestreamed at 11:00 am on our Facebook page and on our Grandview YouTube channel.
    We at Grandview love to hear the voices of our congregation during worship! If you would like to familiarize yourself with the songs we will sing before our time of corporate worship on Sunday, they are listed below.

    Buffalo 9:30
    "Revive Us Again" - Jonathan Smith | Phil Wickham *
    "Jesus Does" - Bergthold | Cash | Cash | Briskin
    "For the One" - Jenn Johnson
    "Your Grace Finds Me" - Jonas Myrin | Matt Redman *

    Buffalo 11:00
    "Revive Us Again" - Jonathan Smith | Phil Wickham *
    "Your Grace Finds Me" - Jonas Myrin | Matt Redman *
    "Stir Your Church, O God, Our Father" #718 - Price | Butler


    *Sheet music for this song is available in the upper foyer


    You're invited to celebrate the third birthday of our Cityview Campus!

    At both services, we'll share stories and enjoy time together as a part of our worship. Additionally, it's our first Table Sunday at the Cityview Campus.

    The church is always a family gathered around the table and we will occasionally practice this more purposefully!

    See you there!

    Cityview is 3
    The Restoration Project
    Morning Worship Services - Sunday, February 5
    The Restoration Project: Recognize
    Nathan Cachiaras
    First Scripture Reading: Luke 4:16-21
    Sermon Scripture Reading: Romans 8:18-32

    • 9:30am and 11:00 am worship services
    • 9:30am Kids' Camp (at Olson's Martial Arts) - No Kids' Camp this week. Kids will join us for our Table Service!
    • 9:30am and 11:00am nursery available
    • Livestreamed at 11:00 am on the Cityview Facebook page and on our Grandview - Cityview YouTube channel.

    We at Grandview love to hear the voices of our congregation during worship! If you would like to familiarize yourself with the songs we will sing before our time of corporate worship on Sunday, they are listed below.

    Cityview 9:30 and 11:00
    "We Will Feast in the House of Zion" - Sandra McCracken
    "Goodness of God" - Bethel
    "Build My Life" - Housefires
    "Come Thou Fount" - All Sons & Daughters

    Second Tuesday Hangout - February 14
    This is a low-key hang out time for those looking to make some connections within our Cityview campus!

    This month, we'll meet at Mulligan’s Gaming Pub (308 E Main Street in Johnson City). Join us anytime between 6:30pm - 8:30pm.

    If you have questions, contact Nathan Cachiaras.

    Cityview Second Tuesday - Generic


    Mitchell Hancock

    I was having technical difficulties today and was not able to get the information for the Mission of the Month listed here. It was definitely not from a lack of trying!
    I will try to put it in the email when I send out the newsletter.
    Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
    Hopefully we can correct the issue before next week.



    Camp Scholarships - Requests Due by February 6
    Grandview wants to encourage the spiritual growth that happens through the ministries of Camp ACC in our children and youth. The elders have established a budget to assist families with the cost of sending kids to camp.

    Requests for assistance are due by February 6th. Requests submitted after February 6th will be considered in the order in which they are received as long as budgeted funds are still available.

    Click here to apply for assistance or go to the signups page on our app.

    Youth Lock-In - Saturday, February 11 - Sunday, February 12
    All youth in grades 7-12 are invited to join us for a night full of dinner, games, snacks, and sleep at 1am!

    Meet at the Buffalo Campus on Saturday at 6pm. We will finish on Sunday at noon. Students are invited to stay for church and Sunday school, but may leave after breakfast is over (9am).

    Inviting friends is welcome and encouraged!

    Sign up here or in the "Signup" section on our app.

    If you have questions, contact Joy Eden.

    Youth Lock In
    Youth-Calendar-Spring 2023

    Support Squad - Great Way to Support Our Youth!
    The Support Squad is an effort to support our youth as they participate in extracurricular activities. We have students involved in things like band, sports, and theatre. Showing up at their events is a great way to support them - and it's fun! For more information, contact Joy Eden.
    If students would like to invite the Support Squad to an event, please text Joy (417-793-7994) the details or the sports schedule.


    Parents' Night Out

    Parents' Night Out is coming up on Friday, February 17, from 5:30-8:30pm at our Buffalo Campus for kids' birth-6th grade. This is a time where parents can have some time and we will watch your kids for you! Kids will enjoy games, crafts and a movie. Dinner is provided and the cost is $10 per family.
    If you would like to register, click here or go to our app and click on "Signups." If you have any questions, contact Leah Short.

    Camp Scholarships - Requests Due by February 6
    Grandview wants to encourage the spiritual growth that happens through the ministries of Camp ACC in our children and youth. The elders have established a budget to assist families with the cost of sending kids to camp.

    Requests for assistance are due by February 6th. Requests submitted after February 6th will be considered in the order in which they are received as long as budgeted funds are still available.

    Click here to apply for assistance or go to the signups page on our app.


    Kids' Camp Sunday School
    Below are links showing what we will be doing in our Sunday School Classes this Sunday. If you have any questions, please contact Leah Short.
    Pre-School: https://grandviewchristian.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/Preschool-7.1-930-Feb-5.docx
    K-Crew456: https://youtu.be/NF4fk8qeIyc

    Crew456 Spring Schedule
    Below is our schedule for the spring. All 4th-6th grade students are invited to join us for the following activities. If you have any questions, please contact Leah Short.


    Sunday, February 5
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -No Canopies/ Church Wide Event: Chili Cookoff

    Sunday, February 12
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Regular Canopies

    Sunday, February 19
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Night of Service

    Sunday, February 26
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Regular Canopies


    Wednesday, March 1
    -Two4Two Begins

    Sunday, March 5
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Super Sunday

    Sunday, March 12
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Regular Canopies

    Sunday, March 19
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Night of Service 

    Sunday, March 26
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Regular Canopies


    Sunday, April 2
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Canopies-Stations of the Cross

    Sunday, April 9
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -No Canopies/ Happy Easter!

    Sunday, April 16
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Regular Canopies

    Sunday, April 23
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Regular Canopies

    Wednesday, April 26
    -Last Day of Two4Two

    Sunday, April 30
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Night of Service


    Sunday, May 7
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -Super Sunday

    Sunday, May 14
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -No Canopies Mothers Day

    Sunday, May 21
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -No Canopies/ Church Wide Event: Graduation Celebration

    Sunday, May 28
    -Sunday Morning Worship
    -No Canopies/ Memorial Day Weekend

    Description of the Crew456 Activities/Events
    Sunday Morning Worship -
    At our Buffalo Campus, Crew456 children are encouraged to attend one worship service and one Sunday School class on Sunday mornings. This helps children get accustomed to engaging with worship upstairs and interacting more with the church body. Sunday School is offered during both services.
    At our Cityview Campus, we offer Crew456 Sunday School class at 9:30am at Olson's Martial Arts Academy (located in the same shopping center) and our worship service at 11:00am.

    Regular Canopies - Small groups are held at the Buffalo Campus from 5-6:30pm. We will play games, eat snacks, and explore and deepen our faith by finding what the Bible has to say on questions we may have regarding God. 

    Super Sundays - These are Sundays that we like to just have a little, or a lot, of fun! 😀 We get together and either stay at the church to get dirty and play or go off on a field trip to do something a little extra. 

    Nights of Service - These are nights that we focus on what it means to serve others and we go out into the community to do just that. Ways we have done this in the past is playing Bingo with residents at  Pine Oaks, picking up trash downtown, or staying right at the church and doing things that need to be done.


    What a year for Canopy! After stumbling into our Canopy structures as a life-preservation strategy in the midst of the isolation we all felt in 2020, this was an important year of growth in our Canopies. During our Fall Focus, we gathered in dozens of groups throughout the week to connect with God, one another, and direct our attention toward how God is leading our church! Lots of folks joined groups for the first time and many established groups experienced refreshment and excitement. This year we will continue to create ways for you to join groups on a short term or long term basis and I hope that you will join in as we grow together.


    What is a 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.

    Our Canopies are small groups who come together once a week, every other week, or once a month. Whatever your fancy, there is a Canopy group for you. Let us help you get connected into an existing Canopy or help you start a new one. For more information, contact Nathan Cachiaras or Patrick Prodger.

    Canopy Groups
    Here is a list of Canopy Groups. If you would like more information about any of these our you would like to learn how to join them, contact Nathan Cachiaras or Patrick Prodger.

    Crew465 Canopy
    Here at Grandview, our 4th - 6th grade students are part of a group called Crew456. We invite all Crew456'ers to join us on Sunday evenings from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm for a time of study and fellowship! We meet at our Buffalo Campus. For more information about Crew456, contact Nathan Cachiaras or Leah Short. You can also view the calendar in the "Kids' Camp and Crew456" section of this newsletter.

    Youth Canopies
    All 7th - 12th grade students are invited to join us! We meet at our Buffalo Campus on Sunday evenings from 5:00pm - 7:30pm. We divide up by age and gender and our small groups are led by an intergenerational team of adults in our church. For more information, contact Joy Eden. Check out  the calendar in the "Youth" section of this newsletter.

    College Age Canopy
    Grandview's College Age Canopy meets at the Interyear House weekly on Sundays for a combination of service, faith conversations, and fun. Follow this link for our calendar of events (CollegeAge Calendar) and follow us on Instagram @grandviewcollegeage for updates and info!

    Calling Group
    This group serves Grandview’s shut-ins, those in the hospital, and those in need of pastoral care. They meet at our Buffalo Campus each Tuesday morning at 9:45am. This is a great way to meet new people and care for others.

    Women's Bible Study
    This group of ladies gather to study the Bible, pray, and stay connected to one another. They meet at our Buffalo Campus each Tuesday afternoon at 3:00.

    Sweeney Canopy
    This is a fairly new group of 6 couples. Each Monday, they gather together for dinner and a fun conversation. They meet on Mondays at 7:00 pm.

    Lundholm Canopy
    This is a group of a few families who gather together weekly to eat and hangout. They enjoy friendship and pray for one another regularly. They meet on Fridays.

    5+ Families
    This is a group of family friends who meet on Friday evenings for fellowship. They gather to eat, hang out, and enjoy each other's friendship. They meet on Fridays at 6:00 pm.

    The Luzadder Canopy
    These families join together to catch up twice a month. Join them every other Sunday afternoon at 2:00 pm to swap stories and share time together.

    Tree Streets Potluck
    This group of neighbors meets in the heart of Johnson City to share good food and good times. They aim to provide opportunities for conversation and relationship building for people at Grandview and our neighbors.

    Visit the Doan flower and cattle farm in Blountville to connect with others and learn about local sustainable farming and other practices. They meet on the second and fourth Monday at the Doan farm.

    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. They meet every other Friday at 7:30 pm.

    Celebrate Recovery
    Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step recovery program for people struggling with hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. CR is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling your life.

    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! They meet on Sundays at 2:30 pm.

    Widows Might
    All widows are invited to participate in this canopy. They meet once a month for an activity, lunch, and fellowship. They will not meet in January. Make plans to join them on Monday, February 20. Bring your lunch and ideas of things you would like to do in 2023 to the Buffalo Campus at 11:30.

    Faith in Living - Adult Sunday School Class
    They will begin studying the Gospel of Mark on January 8. The Faith in Living class meets at 10:45 am in the Grandview Room at the Buffalo Campus. All are welcome to join them!

    S.A.L.T. Class - Adult Sunday School Class
    All are welcome to join them at 9:30 am in the Virginia Street Room. Phil Kenneson will leading the class this week.

    Church and Community - Adult Sunday School Class
    All are welcome to join them at 9:30 am in the Stone-Campbell Room. This class studies books of the Bible.


    World Cafe No Date

    World Café - Tonight - Friday, February 3
    On the first Friday of each month, ETSU Campus House hosts World Café.

    This is a time that students get together to hangout , unwind from the week, and get to know each other better.

    As part of our service to them, we provide snacks for this. Would you be willing to help out by making or buying something for them to snack on?

    You can drop off snacks at the Campus House anytime today. You can even stop by this evening and hang out with them for a bit.

    For more information, contact Patrick Prodger.


    Prayer and Care
    We have an online prayer chain to help us pray for the needs of Grandview's members, attenders, and those who are connected to them. If you are not already part of this group and would like to participate, contact the church office (call: 928-7866 or email: office@grandviewchristian.org).

    Prayer List: This week we are in prayer for . . . 

    Roger Allman (recovery after ankle surgery)
    Samuel Arnold (ongoing health issues)
    Rebekah Barnett (ongoing health issues)
    Gary Boone (recovery after hip replacement)
    Tom and Willy Buckner (ongoing health issues)
    Steve Cochran (brother of Sue Havola-Bruns - has a terminal lung disease)
    Shelley Coonan (Rebecca Lockridge's aunt - cancer)
    Darrell Corpening (Carol Garrison's brother-in-law - recovery after heart surgery)
    Alex Garrison (Guillain-Barre' Syndrome)
    Treavor Hayes (chemo treatments)
    Andrew Huffines (Covid related issues)
    Don & Connie Humston (friends of Carol Garrison - Don has dementia & Parkinson's)
    Dan Lawson (recovery after back surgery)
    Mike Luzadder (recovery after hip surgery)
    Gene Nix (ongoing health issues)
    Connie Owen (hip issues)
    Donna Pruitt (Carol Garrison's aunt - cancer)
    Jim Simpson (father of Jack Simpson)
    Sharaya Sisk (sister to Josiah Caraway - pregnant with breast cancer - chemo before being induced)
    Becky Swain (upcoming surgery)

    Those needing the gospel

    Family/Friends in Military
    James Dollard
    Matt Mustain
    Chris Smith
    Dustin Horton
    Ian Frazier
    Jonathan Spitznas

    The family of Sue Sutherland. Sue died peacefully on 12/29. She was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer the day before Thanksgiving. Prayers for Joe and their family are appreciated. There will be a memorial service at our Buffalo Campus on Saturday, January 28. Visitation will be at 1:00pm and the service will be at 2:00pm.
    Click here for her obituary.
    Cards can be sent to:
    Joe Sutherland
    140 Providence Trail, Apt. 227
    Mount Juliet, Tennessee 37122

    The family of Cleo Treadway. Cleo died on Wednesday. January 25. There will be no obituary.

    If you would like to place your own or another name on this weekly prayer list, you may call the church office (928-7866) or talk to one of the ministry staff. Names will remain on the list for 4 weeks unless a request is made that they remain on the prayer list.


    For those who want to listen to Grandview sermons on the go, they're now available as podcasts--one for the Buffalo Campus and one for the Cityview Campus. Check them out! New sermons will be added every Wednesday.
    You can find the podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, and a variety of other outlets. If you can't access them on your podcast app of choice, please let the church office know.
    Buffalo sermons
    Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yy86lx4s
    iTunes: https://tinyurl.com/yyq3jvso
    Google Play: https://tinyurl.com/y5paj45x

    Cityview sermons
    Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/y3lj35f2
    iTunes: https://tinyurl.com/y65k6alw
    Google Play: https://tinyurl.com/y59xz6s2


    Giving Intentions for 2023
    Thank you for all you have given the church this past year.
    If you have not already fill out a 2023 intention card, please consider filling one out. They are available at both of our campuses. You can return them to us either via post or with your offering.


    We are excited to share with you the following ways to give. We are no longer using Pushpay (last day was November 21). We are now using Church Center. Church Center costs less and is more convenient! If you have any questions, you can contact the church office or our Treasurer - Brandon Rogers.

    Use the Church Center App: Download from Google Play or Apple App Store. (Links at https://churchcenter.com) At bottom of screen, click the Give button. Give to your choice of funds, as one-time gifts, or schedule recurring gifts, using a debit/credit card or directly from your bank account (ACH). If you want to “split” your gift between two or more funds, you will need to Give Online or Text-To-Give (See next two items below)

    Give Online (Church Center): Go to https://grandviewchristian.churchcenter.com/giving. This is the same Church Center App but viewed online as a webpage. You can give in the same ways described above. And here you can split your gift between two or more funds, easily.

    Text-To-Give (Church Center): Text the “$” dollar amount you want to give to “84321” and you will get a reply text link to Church Center’s web page allowing you to give in the same ways described above. Give to a specific fund, or split funds in your text message. (For example, to give $40 Total by giving $10 to each online fund, you would text “$10 Buffalo $10 Cityview $10 Unreachable $10 Partnership”) You can use the “bolded” words as shown in the example for the funds, or else you will have to type the full fund names as shown below.

    Available Funds for Online Electronic Giving:
    General-Fund-Buffalo - For discretional spending for Buffalo Campus, per budget. Used where needed most.

    General-Fund-Cityview  - For discretional spending for Cityview Campus, per budget. Used where needed most.

    Unreachable-Capital-Campaign - Established to pay off Church Mortgage, launching Cityview, and other improvements.

    Partnership-Fund - Separate Fund for privately and confidentially helping members and others in need.

    If you need help with anything above, or want to give electronically to a fund not listed above, or if you want to give electronically in memory of a member who as passed away, please contact the Church Treasurer, Brandon Rogers, for assistance at treasurer@grandviewchristian.org.

    FREE Electronic ACH Giving / Covering Credit Card Costs (Optional): In the past, members asked to “voluntarily” cover credit card gift costs which was hard to do as costs were variable. Now, costs are lower & fixed, so you can easily elect to cover those costs just by checking a box when giving. Totally Optional! If you do so, the extra amount is added to your gift. The net gift amount appears on all receipts & statements.
    ***Checking account (ACH) gifts are essentially FREE to Grandview***The actual cost paid is $0.30 cents per gift (less than a postage stamp), and you can optionally cover that cost if you wish. If you do not, a donor has pledged to cover, on behalf of Grandview, all the $0.30 cent fees for any ACH gifts on Church Center. The anonymous donor wants all electronic Church Center checking account (ACH) giving to be free to both Grandview and you!

    Church Center / Deductible Giving only / Receipts: All Church Center electronic giving is for gifts only. You may pay electronically for any non-tax-deductible payments for Two4Two, Youth trips, or Children’s events, as part of the registration process for those events. A donation receipt is automatically emailed when your gift is processed (even cash or checks.) You can toggle that receipt feature on and off in the app (or online). If you need any assistance with any of the above, please contact the Treasurer.

    Cash and Checks are always welcome in the offering plate/giving boxes. You can split your gift between funds with a memo field note, or with separate checks, whichever you personally prefer.

    Important notes: When writing a check to the Capital Campaign, please write “Unreachable” or “Campaign” in the memo field. If you write “Cityview” in the memo, your gift will be allocated to the Cityview General Fund. All checks should be payable to “Grandview Christian Church,” not payable to any fund or campus. Please do not mail cash anywhere! And do not mail checks to the Treasurer’s home address or any other staff member’s home address.

    If you desire to mail a check, please mail to:
    Grandview Christian Church
    Attention: Brandon Rogers
    300 University Parkway
    Johnson City, TN 37604


    Molly Dines

    Interim Cityview Campus Children's Coordinator 
    Molly Dines is a senior at Milligan who is preparing to start her MS in Speech-Language Pathology at ETSU after she graduates. She has been an active member of Grandview, serving with kids at Cityview Kids' Camp and participating with the college age group. The Cityview Campus kids and parents know and love her already and she is off to a flying start in the Interim Cityview Campus Children's Coordinator role!
    You can send her a welcome and congratulations note at cityviewkids@grandviewchristian.org!

    Feel free to contact the church office at 928-7866 or
    office@grandviewchristian.org if you have any questions or concerns you would like to share with us. You can also reach out to our staff members directly by emailing to their first name followed by @grandviewchristian.org.                                       
    Buffalo Campus
    Aaron Wymer, Senior Minister
    Heather Lawson, Executive Minister
    Brett Hyder, Minister of Worship Arts
    Cody Mudrack, Livestream Technician
    Nathan Cachiaras, Discipleship Minister
    Leah Short - Minister to Children
    Joy Eden, Minister to Youth and Young Adults
    Noah DeLong, Choir Director
    Brenda Money, Office Administrator
    Brent Nipper, Business Administrator

    Cityview Campus

    Nathan Cachiaras, Campus Minister
    Amber Dunnavant, Worship Coordinator
    Molly Dines, Children's Ministry Coordinator
    Joy Eden, Minister to Youth and Young Adults

    Patrick Prodger

    2023 Elders
    Mike Sweeney, Chair of the Elders
    Angela Keeling
    Phyllis Fox
    Tim Bomgardner
    Jane Allman
    Brent Nipper
    Buddy Swain

    2023 Ministry Team Leaders
    Connections Team for Buffalo Campus - Cindy Wymer
    Connections Team for Cityview Campus - Jeff Keeling
    Discipleship Team - Kristen Mudrack
    Safety Team for Buffalo Campus - Brent Nipper
    Financial Stewardship Team - Aaron Jestrab
    Partnership Fund - Cathy Parris
    Property Team - Craig Hardy
    Fellowship Team - Melissa Reading
    Missions Team - Julie Burks
    Staff Relations Team - Robbie Anderson
    Brandon Rogers, Treasurer
    Daniel Swain, Assistant Treasurer