5501 Old New Market Road, P.O. Box 111, New Market, MD 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.

The Christmas Story in Word and Song - Sat. Dec. 14, 2019 at 4:00 pm
Daily Devotionals

Monday 11/18- Isaiah 65: 17-25 When will the days that Isaiah is talking about appear? What gives you the most hope about the restored heaven and earth?

Tuesday 11/19- Isaiah 12: 1-6 What does it mean to be assured of your salvation? How do you gain that assurance?

Wednesday 11/20- Malachi 4: 1-2a What would you need to be healed in your life to feel free like a bird?

Thursday 11/21- Psalm 98: 1-9 Compose a song of thankfulness this day. Find a quiet place to sing at the tip of your lungs your love of the Lord.

Friday 11/22- 2 Thessalonians 3: 6-13 Does this verse instruct us to ignore the hungry if they are not willing to work? Why is Paul urging believers not to be idle?

Saturday 11/23- Luke 21: 5-19 Look up the term: Apocalyptic Theology. How do we become aware that the church suffers with the others of the world, but in the end, we have hope that Jesus will right every wrong and restore all of creation to its original intent?