MLUMC is Hosting a Blood Drive Saturday, July 3, 8 AM – 1 PM. The drive will be in Asbury Center in honor of Joey Festor, the son of church members Bob and Bev Festor. An appointment to donate is recommended. To make an appointment or for more information: call Bev Festor @ 412-563-3961 call […]
MLUMC’s Northside Lunch Ministry volunteers, who serve lunch on the Northside once a month, are collecting items for Blessing Bags for the lunch guests during the summer. Donations of individual items, complete bags in gallon-size Ziplock bags and money for the Mission Committee to complete the Blessing Bags are welcome. The Ministry will deliver the […]
COME TO SUNDAY BREAKFAST – A “made-to-order” free breakfast is being served this Sunday from 8:45 am to 10 am in Asbury Center. It’s a morning meal with a choice of eggs, toast, pancakes, bacon, ham carved off the bone and fresh fruit. The breakfast is available the third Sunday of each month. Come enjoy […]
On Sunday evening, June 13 at the Do No Harm meeting, Chuck Vogel presented an updated plan being considered and likely to be approved by the UMC’s General Conference to solve the LGBTQIA conundrum. If you did not attend the meeting, you can still see the presentation. The link below takes you to the recorded […]
Red Velvet Cake and other red foods are a feature of Juneteenth celebrations, paying honor to African traditions with the color red. Do No Harm is inviting you to a meeting and a red cake and movie celebration of Juneteenth. The meeting is Sunday, June 13 at 7 pm in the Welcome Center, or if […]
Reinstitution of Church Office Hours: As another positive sign of our church’s reopening, we are pleased to establish the following hours for the conduct of in-person business in the main church office — Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. Our staff will observe their lunch hour from Noon until […]
Worship services and Faith for Today move to their summer schedule times.
Sunday School From Home Paul encourages us to love one another. The activities are appropriate for a variety of ages including adults. You can forward this on to anyone else in or out of the church that you think will enjoy it. A good book to read to go along with this theme is Love […]
Help plant the flowers of our church.
This past Sunday, May 23rd, Mt. Lebanon United Methodist Church welcomed seven young men and women into the Methodist Church. As a congregation, we are asked to help increase their faith, confirm their hope and perfect them in love. If you did not attend last week’s 10:45 service, take a few minutes to view their […]