Archive for 2022

December 22

Thursday, December 22nd, 2022

“Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.”

Isaiah 7:14

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Messiah recently announced its partnership with Phoenix PT, collaborating on the opening of an outpatient clinic located at the University’s Winding Hill location. Messiah is pleased to announce that the new clinic has opened on schedule and is now accepting new patients!

The clinic, named Phoenix PT, OT, AT at Messiah University Winding Hill, provides comprehensive physical therapy, occupational therapy and athletic training services to the local community. Phoenix offers a wide range of services including helping patients to recuperate from an injury, prehab before surgery or recover from a recent illness. Located in the same facility as Messiah’s accredited DPT and MOT programs, the clinic also provides Messiah students with opportunities for observation and hands-on training.

The clinic’s director is Kelly Thomas Clancy, PT, DPT, an ‘06 Messiah alum and a former Messiah soccer player who was part of the University’s 2005 national championship team. Kelly brings more than 13 years of experience caring for patients in various settings. Her clinical expertise includes manual therapy for the treatment of conditions related to general orthopedic and sports injuries, as well as Kinesio Taping, vestibular rehabilitation, and workers’ compensation injuries.

All members of the Messiah community are invited to stop by Winding Hill to meet Kelly and learn more about Phoenix PT or visit for clinic hours, information about the full range of services offered or to request an appointment.


Employee video devotional

Please use the following link: to watch Stephen Gallaher’s next employee devotional.
If you would like to contact our community pastor, please email Stephen at or for a faster response, call his cell phone at 717-503-7222.

Getting a new phone? Maintain access to your Messiah account by setting up a secondary MFA method!

The preferred method for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is the use of the Microsoft Authenticator app on your smartphone. This is the most secure and easiest to use option for securing your Messiah University account.

However, the Microsoft Authenticator app will not transfer your Messiah account between your old and new phone. It is highly recommended that you set up at least one additional method for MFA as a back-up such as a text message or a call to your personal cell phone. This will allow you to sign into your Messiah account and reset Microsoft Authenticator to use on your new phone!

Steps for setting up a secondary MFA method and how to regain access to your account if you do get a new phone can be found in our MFA FAQs at

The INTERCOM will resume January 12

A reminder the INTERCOM will resume, after break, on Thursday, Jan. 12. We wish you a blessed and safe Christmas and New Year.

Procurement made easy

In the spirit of communication and education, the Procurement Services Office will be supporting a “Did you know?” section of the Intercom. Keep a look out each week for helpful facts and tips about procurement at Messiah University.

DID YOU KNOW?…the Procurement Services team wishes you each a beautiful Christmas and a safe and happy New Year. Look for more tips in 2023!


For sale

2014 Specialized Tri/Road Bike. 56″ frame. Shimano Claris 175 pedal system. Lots of extras including bottle holders, aero bars, tire kit, and 2 specialized helmets. Also included:  barely used Travel Trac indoor trainer. $800. Email John:


Barbie house. I’m looking for a Barbie house for my 5-year-old granddaughter. Please email Stacy: