5501 Old New Market Road, P.O. Box 111, New Market, Maryland 21774 tel: 301-865-3530  fax: 301-882-7623
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Preschool - by Ms Marilyn Preschool room near nursery/office door.
1 - 2 grade class - by Ms Donna Prechool room near kitchen
3 - 4 grade class - by Ms Toni Education Bldg. kitchen
Adult Sunday School in the Schoolhouse
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Worship Service 9:30 am (Nursery Available)
Worship Service 9:30 & 11:00 am (Nursery Available)

Pastors: Scott Clawson, Jennifer Smith

Sunday School 9:30 - 10:45 am
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Vision Statement:  New Market United Methodist Church strives to build and empower disciples for
                                 Jesus Christ.
Mission Statement:  New Market United Methodist Church encourages faithful discipleship for Jesus Christ by participation in Prayer, the Word, Worship, Fellowship and Service.
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Daily Devotionals

Monday, 1/14: Numbers 2: 1-17 If you made a banner of your family’s relationship to God what would symbols you use to express your faith? Take a sheet of paper and plan your banner, share it with your family or your church family.

Tuesday, 1/15: Psalms 84: 1-12 How does this Psalm encourage you to be in relationship with the body of Christ in worship? Play the contemporary worship song: “Better is one day”, sing along with the song in praise.

Wednesday, 1/16: Isaiah 5: 1-7, 24-30 How would you explain God’s anger? Is God’s anger against people or their disobedience or sin? What bad fruit do you need to purge from your life to be more obedient to God?

Thursday, 1/17: Matthew 16: 13-20 How significant to you is the promise that Jesus not us will build the church? Does this mean we do not need to be engaged with people about the gospel? How can we be obedient servants letting Jesus, lead us, instead of striving to do things on our own?

Friday, 1/18: Acts 15: 1-31 How does this passage reflect on how the church is to handle disagreements amongst itself? What does the wisdom of the Holy Spirit have to do with these decisions?

Saturday, 1/19: Revelation 21: 1-14 What comfort and joy does this passage bring to you? How does this passage make you yearn for the future coming of our “King”, Jesus Christ?