Whether you are brand new to the church thing or you’ve been around church for a while; we want to say welcome! Our goal at Yorktown United Methodist Church is to create environments and experiences where you can encounter God in the midst of your life. When you come to our church on a Sunday, our aim is that you would be inspired by the music, encouraged by the message, welcomed by our amazing community of people & be reminded that God’s grace is here!
Gathering Time 
Sunday: 9:30 am

Pastor Kate Muhlbaier

Pastor Kate is from New Albany, IN.  She earned a BA in history from Indiana University (Southeast), and a Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary. Pastor Kate started in ministry in 2010. She loves to teach and preach scripture, and help the Bible come alive for believers in every stage of their journey with Jesus.
Kate is married to RC, who hails from South Jersey. They met in seminary and married in 2012. RC is the Associate Director of Leadership Development for the Indiana Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, serving laity (it’s a long job title!). Together they have three sons, all of whom are being raised as Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles fans.
In her spare time, Pastor Kate loves to read exciting novels, bake, and drink good coffee with friends.
Rev. Kate Muhlbaier
Pastor of Yorktown United Methodist Church
T H E   C H U R C H

Serving the Yorktown Community More Than 160 Years

In 2012, YUMC celebrated its 160th year of ministry. There have been weddings, baptisms, confirmations, professions of faith, funerals, and worship services held both inside and outside the building. People’s lives have begun and ended in this church. Those who came before us led with dignity, vision, perseverance, and faith. The church is more than a recognizable landmark in the community. It is, and has always been, a symbol for reaching out and caring about community concerns and serving the people of Yorktown, Mt. Pleasant Township and beyond. 
W H A T ‘ S   N E W

A Heart After Jesus a new  book from Dave Brooks 

The spirit of sisterhood is seen and felt in the fervent prayer of thousands of girls who faithfully uphold nations where injustice and darkness rage out of control. It is seen and felt in young women being inspired by the wisdom and grace of their mothers and the women ahead of them in this journey of life. For insight into the breadth of the Sisterhood.