Welcome to McKnight United Methodist Church!
Located in the North Hills of Pittsburgh, PA, McKnight UMC sits just off of McKnight Road about two miles after the McKnight Road exit on Route 279 North. For directions, please click here.
Have you been enjoying the combined service this summer? Let MUMC know by August 12th if you would prefer to keep having service this way with a quick survey found here.
FLOOD DISASTER RESPONSE
In response to the flooding in our area this week, we are once again collecting items to help those who have been affected. Below is a list of what we will be immediately collecting for the Cleaning Kits. These supplies enable people to begin the overwhelming job of cleaning up after a flood or hurricane.
Please drop off supplies in the Welcome Center to the left of the entrance door by July 29th.
For more information, please visit the UMCOR website here. If you prefer to donate toward the purchase of supplies instead of buying and shipping them, give online to Material Resources, UMCOR Advance #901440. Cleaning Kit Value: $75 per bucket.
Check out Pastor Bruce's weekly "ponderings" about his messages every Sunday here.
This Sunday, August 12, we worship at 10 AM, continuing our Summer Schedule.
Join us this week as we welcome Rev. Alyce Weaver Dunn, Director of Connectional Ministries. Her sermon "You Have This!" comes from Matthew 14:22-33.
PENTECOST/SUMMER SERIES 2018
July 8 "Being Made Well, At the Point of Death" Communion
Mark 5:21-24a, 35-43
July 15 "Daughter"
July 22 "Deeds of Power vs. Unbelief"
July 29 "The Horns of a Dilemma"
August 5 "What Would Jesus Do?" Communion
August 12 "You Have This!" Rev. Alyce Weaver Dunn, Director of Connectional Ministries
August 19 “Bread: 1. Not Enough/More Than Enough”
August 26 “Bread: 2. Food That Endures”
September 2 “Bread: 3. Never Be Hungry”
September 9 “Bread: 4. True Food”
We are excited to announce that this fall we will again have a prechool at McKnight UMC! A preschool that has been around for 38 years, and has had to relocate, they have a stellar reputation. Karen Tobais has taught a number of their children in kindergarten, and all have been very well prepared. On a personal note, three of their "graduates" are the three grandchildren of my mother's best friend--nicer, smarter, and more delightful children you will never meet (although I will admit I am not objective).
Director Kathy Duncan and Lead Teacher Laurie Merwin are excited to be welcomed to a facility that is perfectly set up for a preschool. They continue to enroll children, and are confident that enrollment will be close to full when school starts in the fall.
Formerly called Mt. Assisi Academy Preschool, they will become Amazing Scholar Academy Preschool (or ASAP for short) upon moving to McKnight.
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