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Small Group Study: Making Sense of the Bible
Making Sense of the Bible helps readers make sense of the Bible and leads them to a deeper appreciation for it, and a desire to read it and live by its precepts. The current study is at 9:45 AM during our Sunday School hour. For more information, please contact Pastor Ed or Rev. Pam Ford
Mt. Nittany Church's new Giving Garden, spearheaded by members Bob and Joanna Jones, is growing fresh food for those in need while providing a focus that builds community. Learn more in this blog post by WPSU food writer Jamie Oberdick.
Rev. Edward Preston, Pastor
Mt. Nittany United Methodist Church, as a faith community, is committed to keeping our children and youth safe. The Safe Sanctuary Policy developed by the United Methodist Church, and long expanded and established at Mt. Nittany was created to protect children and youth from abuse and other dangers while they take part in church-sponsored activities and in the programs of Mt. Nittany UMC Pre-school and Child Care. The leadership and members of this church take our responsibility to our children very seriously and make every effort to assure this policy is strictly enforced. Also see the Response Team Letter.
What will I find in worship at Mt Nittany?
You will find a variety of musical styles, from traditional hymns to praise songs. Visual media are used in worship, designed to deepen the expression of the Gospel. Pastor Ed strives to offer messages that reach not just the head but the heart, interpreting the scriptures in a way that you can take home and apply in your life. Holy Communion is shared on the first Sunday of the month, and the table is always open to all. We sing together, laugh together, sometimes cry together, celebrating the love of God and preparing to go into the community to serve God’s children of all ages. Dress is…well, whatever you feel comfortable in! Our hope is that more than anything else, you will find an experience of God’s love that changes your life.