Mt. Lebanon United Methodist Church (MLUMC) celebrated
100th anniversary in 2011 by expanding its lay leadership programs to continue to provide meaningful and
appealing new approaches to worship and the study of Christian
life. MLUMC also extends its service to the community through outreach programs and a series of concerts and other events open to the public.
Kidz Praise, a special worship service for ages 3 through 3rd grade, meets in the Welcome Center, on the 2nd floor, during our 10:45 Sunday service.
On January 20, Rev. Thomas Q. Strandburg was named MLUMC’s new pastor, replacing Rev. Oden R. Warman, who will retire in June. Rev. Strandburg will conduct services at MLUMC for the first time on July 6. Following is his greeting to the congregation:
Grace and peace to you from God our Father and our Lord Jesus Christ! It is with great joy that I have this opportunity to greet you, and to introduce you to my family. Born and raised in the community of Warren, Pennsylvania, I recognized and responded to God’s Call upon my life while still a youth. That call has led me through four full-time pastoral appointments in the Western PA Annual Conference over the past 27 years.
Most recently, I have been serving as district superintendent for the 63 United Methodist Churches and the 49 active and retired clergy of the Kane District. I am nearing the end of a six-year term in that office.
In this work, I am indebted to my wife, Kathy, and to our children, Amy & Joel, for their love and support. I am grateful to the many leaders and mentors that I have had along the way. I promise to be as faithful a friend and as unselfish an advocate, as these persons have been to me.
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Through its Imagine No Malaria program, The United Methodist Church is committed to eliminating malaria worldwide by 2015. Your donations help to provide treated mosquito nets and health awareness training for families who live in areas where malaria is the predominant health threat.
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