Mt. Salem United Methodist Church

Open hearts, open minds, open doors. We are a United Methodist Church located in White Pennsylvania.

Mission: To seek and save the lost.

Operating as usual

Johnson & Vaughn Funeral Home

Dennis R. Koontz, 72, of Fairfield, died at 2:00pm on Monday, December 28, 2020, at Deaconess Midtown Hospital in Evansville, IN. He had worked for many years as a clerk for several local auto parts stores including Napa, Metcalf’s, and A&D Auto Parts. He was also a veteran of the United States Army.

Dennis was born on December 7, 1948, in Wayne County, IL, to Virgil and Maude (Brock) Koontz. He was married to Phyllis (Hall) Koontz.

Survivors include his wife Phyllis Koontz, one son Jarrod Koontz, two daughters Dana (Brent) Opell, and Heather (Jason) Austin all of Fairfield, seven grandchildren Chelsea (Brandon) Bittles, Tyler (Kelsey) Lashbrook, Casey Opell, Madylann Koontz, Megan (Donovan) Lee, Nick (Caylee) Austin, and Malia Austin, five great grandchildren Andrew Bittles, Mason Bittles, Corinne Bittles, Essie Lashbrook, Sage Lashbrook, one brother Danny (Linda) Koontz, one sister Melba (Lester) Cargill both of Fairfield, and one sister-in-law Marge Koontz of Paxton, IL. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Dale Koontz and Darrell Koontz, and one half-brother Lyman Brock.

Graveside services for Dennis Koontz will be at 11:30am on Saturday, January 2nd , at Maple Hill Cemetery in Fairfield with full military rites provided by Anthony Wayne Post #176 American Legion and the Wayne County Post #4535 VFW. A public visitation will be held from 10:30am until the time of service at the cemetery. Memorial donations can be made to Frontier Community College Automotive Dept and will be accepted at the graveside or at the Johnson and Vaughn Funeral Home which is in charge of arrangement.

National Day of Prayer

[05/08/20]   Our Mountain Ministerial offering Prayer, Scripture and Reflection on National Prayer Day 2020

Christ is Risen! Matthew 28:1-10

Davsitown United Methodist Church

Palm Sunday Sermon

Palm Sunday Sermon

Davsitown United Methodist Church

Greetings people of God, this message comes from Ezekiel 37:1-10 Listen and receive God's Word of life. With love, Pastor Leona

Tomorrow!

Lent begins Ash Wednesday!
Join us for an afternoon service at Mt Salem United Methodist Church, 3 pm.

[09/08/18]   Rain or Shine the Mt Salem community yard sale is open today Sept 8th 8 am-1 pm
Food and games for kids!

Gary W. Breckley Associates, Inc.

The IRS reminds taxpayers to look into whether they need to adjust their paycheck withholding. Taxpayers who do need to adjust their withholding should submit a new Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate to their employers. Taxpayers can use the updated Withholding Calculator on IRS.gov to do a quick “paycheck checkup” to check that they’re not having too little or too much tax withheld at work.
Among the groups who should check their withholding are:
• Two-income families
• People working two or more jobs or who only work for part of the year
• People with children who claim credits such as the child tax credit
• People with other dependents who can’t be claimed for the child tax credit, including children age 17 or older
• People who itemized deductions on their 2017 tax return
• People with high incomes and more complex tax returns
• People with large tax refunds or large tax bills for 2017
Here are a few things for taxpayers to remember about updating Form W-4:
• The Withholding Calculator will help determine if they should complete a new Form W-4.
• The calculator will help users determine the information to put on a new Form W-4.
• Taxpayers who use the calculator to check their withholding will save time because they don’t need to complete the Form W-4 worksheets. The calculator does the worksheet calculations.
• Taxpayers who complete new Form W-4s should submit it to their employers as soon as possible. With withholding occurring throughout the year, it’s better to take this step sooner, rather than later.
As a general rule, the fewer withholding allowances a taxpayer enters on Form W-4, the higher their tax withholding. Entering “0” or “1” on line 5 of the W-4 instructs an employer to withhold more tax. Entering a larger number means less tax withholding, resulting in a smaller tax refund or potentially a tax bill or penalty.
Employees who have too little withheld are not paying enough taxes throughout the year, and they may face an unexpected tax bill or penalty when they file next year. People who have too much tax withheld will get less money in their regular paycheck. If those taxpayers change their withholding and enter more allowances on Form W-4, they’ll get more money in their paychecks throughout the year.
Having a completed 2017 tax return and their most recent pay stub can help taxpayers work with the Withholding Calculator to determine their proper withholding for 2018 and avoid issues when they file next year.

[08/16/18]   Passsion Power Prayer Walk every Tuesday 8 am for health and soul. Call Marlene for more info (724)887-8287

The Sale is on! Community Yard Sale September 8th 8 am -1 pm Free Vendor Space, bring table. Food available, Games and prizes for kids. Contact pastor Leona for more information (724) 464-7858. Location: 1946 Breakneck Rd, White, PA

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[09/02/17]   Seeking new members! Tired of what life has to offer?

“Jesus answered, “Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.””
‭‭John‬ ‭4:13-14‬ ‭NIV‬‬

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos

A few pictures from our campfire event.

2nd Annual Community Campfire 2016

[10/29/16]   Unfortunately, we won't be holding services tomorrow due to a bee problem. Services will be available with Pastor Leona at Wesley (10:45)in Connellsville. Pastor Beverly will be holding services at Calvary (11:00) and Davistown (9:00). If you need additional information, please message us. Have a blessed day.

[10/23/16]   We would like to thank everyone who came out to the campfire. Even though it was a chilly night, it was warm by the fire.

[10/20/16]   Just a reminder, we will be holding our second annual community campfire this Saturday (Oct 22) at 630. Last year, all that attended had a great time. We would love to have you stop out by. So, bring your friends and family and a camp chair, sit back and relax, and enjoy a hot dog roasted over the fire. This is a free community event. We hope to see you there!

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[08/31/16]   During the month of September our WOW meeting (Women of Worth) support group will meet on the 12th, but at Davistown United Methodist Church. Please call Pastor Leona for directions if you need them. Davistown is in Indian Head on route 711. We will meet at 7:30 pm immediately after bible study. In October we will all meet at Mt Salem again.

[06/13/16]   Ladies, it's not ok to exhaust yourselves, deplete your energies by doing all things for all people to the degree that you have nothing left to give to God, or any one else for that matter. Eventually, you will have no enegry to give more to those God has entrusted in your care. Make time to refresh yourself and allow God to refuel you by attending our Ladies Tea this Friday Night at 6:30 pm. God is the ultimate source of our resources. Allow our Creator to rejuventate you and breath life back into your souls. We do this by making time, enjoying Christian fellowship, humor, yummy food all while we honor God. The bible says "We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us" Philip 4:13. I trust God will meet you where you are, love you, nuture your hearts so that you will be filled with joy and peace. Won't you join us? Call Pastor Leona for information or if you need prayer. (724) 464-7858

[06/03/16]   Ladies, you are invited to our Community Ladies Tea including a special hilarious fashion show.. Friday evening on June 17th @ 6:30 pm. This is a free event. Wear a hat and bring a tea cup if you like. Plan a night out with friends and enjoy yummy treats and lots of laughter. RSVP by indicationing using comments or give Pastor Leona a call at (724) 464-7858. This event will be at Mt Salem United Methodist church. 1946 Breakneck Rd, White, PA 15490. Isn't it time that you did something special just for you?

[02/19/16]   Bible Trivia from Romans:

Paul said that if Christ is in you, the body is what?

[02/15/16]   Bible Trivia from Romans:

How should you love a neighbor?

[02/14/16]   Due to the freezing temperatures, we are cancelling service. Alternatively services will be available at Davistown UMC at 10:30.

[02/12/16]   Bible Trivia from Romans:

What are the wages of sin?

[02/08/16]   Bible Trivia from Romans:

If we are in the flesh, what do we not have?

[02/07/16]   Starting new in 2016, before our Sunday School starts, we have been holding a bible trivia contest. We thought it would be nice to include our Facebook family in the fun!

Here's how it works. Each month we start with a certain verse from the Bible. If someone can cite the book, chapter and verse they are awarded 3 points. Then the trivia questions for each week are all from the same book as that opening verse.

Our verse for January was "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him and who been called according to his purpose."

So who knows the book, chapter and verse this is from?

[01/23/16]   We are canceling services for Sunday, January 24th.

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1946 Breakneck Rd
White, PA
15490

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Sunday 09:00 - 10:30
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