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Church in the Park: 9:00am, Wedgwood Park (Summer Only)

During the summer months (mid June through Labor Day weekend) Grandville UMC hosts a worship service at Wedgwood Park at 9:00am (3391 Wilson Avenue SW.  You are invited to bring your favorite lawn chair or a blanket to sit on and to enjoy the beauty of God’s creation along the banks of Buck Creek as we sign hymns and songs, offer prayers, and delve deeper into God’s word.  The service lasts about 45 minutes.


Traditional Service: 10:30am

By 10:00a.m., people start to gather in our foyer to greet one another. The service begins with announcements, a prelude, a call to worship, and an opportunity to greet one another and sing an opening hymn of praise.  The music is led on organ or piano with special music offered frequently.  Then we move to a time of prayer.  Children then go up front for Children's time with the pastor or another speaker and are then dismissed to go to Children's church (except for the summer, when they stay with us in the service: there are activity bags available with things to do each week).  The Scriptures are read, and then a message is shared.  The congregation responds with a hymn or liturgical reading and an offering, and then we close with a hymn and a benediction.  The service lasts about an hour.

Come and worship- all are welcome!



All children ages infant to 3 are welcome to join us during church services and special events.  We have lots of toys, books, and activities.  We also have rocking chairs and changing tables available.  Feel free to visit anytime.


Children's Church:

Children's Church is an interactive worship format specifically for kids pre-k through 5th grade.  Children will be dismissed following the children's message during the 10:30am Sunday worship service.


Hospitality Statement: 

Grandville UMC celebrates diversity and affirms the sacred worth of each person as a recipient of God’s love and grace. As disciples of Jesus Christ, we declare ourselves to be an open and inclusive congregation and welcome into full participation all persons regardless of gender, race, national origin, physical or mental abilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status or economic condition.

Mission: To seek God, follow Christ, and serve others.
Vision: To celebrate God-given gifts and nurture spiritual growth in education, fellowship, worship, and service.