A unique experience awaits those who come for this powerful drama "in the round". The timeless story is told in a modern setting with local Beulah actors. (Characters are still needed!)
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus in our country, like everyone else we have had to temporarily stop all group meetings as well as the Easter play.
This play is written and directed by Carole Poysti, who lives right here in the Beulah Valley! Carole has produced this play in New York, London, and other places across the country, but has a special heart for her hometown. Grand View and Carole have partnered with other residents from Beulah to put on these special performances.
We hope to know when we can reschedule soon. Please keep watching this website for updated information on the play and other things that are happening. Thanks!
There is no charge for admission, but a donation is encouraged to thank the community center for its use.
Tickets will be available after scheduling new performances.
Call the Grand View office @ 719-485-3112 or email from this website for reservations.
We are NOT a normal church.
I know; that's what they all say, right?! But at Grand View, its true. If you were a "fly on the wall" and observed us from week to week; you would probably conclude that we are --
More cowboy than corporate;
More casual than classy.
We don't have a famous pastor, a television broadcast, or a Grammy award winning choir or band; but what we do have is real...and contagious!
You can read about it by clicking on the tab titled "How We Roll".
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Did you know that God loves YOU as much as He loves anyone in the world? It's hard to grasp that, but according to the Bible, its true. God placed you right where He needs you --- the family, the job, the place you live, your race, your gender, your physical & emotional capabilities, your disabilities and your strengths -- NONE of them are a surprise to God -- ALL of them serve a purpose in your life.
ROAD of LIFE
That purpose is served when you choose to follow Jesus Christ in this life. Much like choosing a fork in the road, each of us must choose to follow one of two roads:
A life given to self; with times of uninhibited pleasure, yet filled with doubt and fear of the unknown.
A life given to Jesus; with times of joy and sorrow, yet filled with peace and satisfaction for serving others.
The road you choose determines the fruit you enjoy.