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Welcome to New Market UMC
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.
*Masks Optional main floor and loft of the sanctuary*
*Masks Optional main floor and loft of the sanctuary*
Watch Us Live. Sunday's at 9:30 am and 11:00 am. Currently the 9:30 am service being held outside in the parking lot, will be held in the sanctuary because of the extreme heat.
Guest Speaker, Kate Hanson’s sermon this Sunday is: “Our Daily Burden” based on Psalm 145: 1-8, Jonah 3:10-4:11, Matthew 20:1-16
Pastor Scott and Pastor Patty are starting a new worship service starting June 4th continuing every Sunday until the new year. This service will be held at 8:15 am at Fairview Chapel. (6802 Boyers Mill Rd, New Market 21774) The design for this service is for those who want to get an early start on their Sunday and those who are seeking an alternate worship experience. Acoustic guitar, prayer, a short inspirational message, will be highlighted. The service is designed to last a half hour. .
Sunday Morning- 9:30- Children’s Sunday School Ed Building
Sunday Morning- 9:30- Middle School and Senior High- Schoolhouse
Sunday Morning- 9:30- Adult Bible Study- Schoolhouse
If you would like to volunteer or help with Sunday School, there are many opportunities to assist the teachers on a rotating basis. Please contact Donna Clawson email@example.com
Tuesday Morning Bible Study with the Pastor
Sanctuary- Lectionary Study
Wednesday Night Bible Study | Sept 13- Nov 15 | 7:00 pm
The 7:00 pm Wednesday night Bible study a 10-week study all about the Ten Commandment in a way you have never experienced before. The study is conducted via ZOOM.
Saturday Morning Disciple II Class
9:00 am to 11:30 pm
Ed Building Kitchen
New Market United Methodist Church has a small food pantry we keep stocked for those in need. During the summer months with no school these families need extra help. We are reaching out to you asking for donations to get us through the summer months.
Do not buy “giant size” or “bulk” of anything – they will not fit in the pantry Examples, are large packages of diapers, toilet paper or paper towels.
If you buy them in bulk and the paper products are individually wrapped we can put a few out at a time. Do not get “giant” size paper towels – they take up too much room.
Large cans of anything usually won’t be picked up.
Below is a list of needed items.
Paper Products (towels, toilet paper,, etc.)
Grooming Items (Hairbrush, toothbrush, combs, etc.)
Personal Hygiene (deodorant, toothpaste, , feminine hygiene pads, etc.)
Health Items - band aids
Infant/Child/Elder care items - (baby diapers, Pediasure, Ensure, adult depends)
Regular size canned fruit in multi packs.
Ramen noodle soup packets
Single serve microwave meals-multi pack -(Kraft Mac and Cheese, Dinty Moore, or Hormel products.)
Meals in a can(stew, pasta, chili, hash) regular sizes sold in larger quantities.
Large quantity box of breakfast bars...like Belvita, Nutri-grain of Nature Valley bars. We haven’t had them out for a while, but folks do like them.
Spaghetti sauce, no glass
Pasta, as long as it is not in a giant box.
Canned meat, chicken, tuna, spam etc. regular size, not huge.
Anything you see and know will last and not take up too much room, which will help a family in need.
Monday (09/18) - Exodus 16:2-15 - The Israelites were looking for the quickest and easiest way to escape their troubles. God tested their obedience with detailed instructions. Do you trust God in your troubled times enough to follow his detailed instructions?
Tuesday (09/19) - Psalm 105:1-6, 37-45 – God’s purpose for saving the Israelites and us was so we would “keep his precepts and observe his laws”. Do you believe you use your freedom to honor Him?
Wednesday (09/20) -Jonah 3:10-4:11 - God is more merciful that we can imagine and feels compassion for sinners. What is your attitude toward those are especially wicked? Do you want them destroyed? Or do you wish that could experience God’s mercy and forgiveness?
Thursday (09/21) - Psalm 145:1-8 – The Psalms are prayers, which include much praise for God. When you read the Psalm make note of the praise given to God. Can you see the many things he is praised for doing for us?
Friday (09/22) - Philippians 1:21-30 - Paul encourages the believers to be unified. Today there is much in-fighting in our denomination. How do we stand firm against such disagreements?
Saturday (09/23) - Matthew 20:1-16– As a long-standing Christian or believer, do you begrudge those that claim Jesus in the last moments of their lives? Why or Why not?
Sunday (9/24) – Worship in person or online
I am so excited that we are starting up another year of helping our students within the community. Our next packing will be held on Monday,
Sept 12 at 6:00pm in the NMUMC schoolhouse building. We look forward to seeing you there!
Hope 4 Kids Coordinator
If you have any questions, contact Kathy Petrill at Kathy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter Weather Policy
The following procedure will be used for the cancelation of church meetings, events, office hours and church services for the winter of 2021 - 2022.
Church meetings, events and office hours during the weekday will follow the Frederick County Public School closings. If schools are closed for the day or have early dismissal due to inclement weather all scheduled in-person activities will be automatically canceled for that day and evening.
During the weekend all activity and service cancelations will be posted by 8 a.m. via the following venues. A church wide email will be sent out with information.
Video Compilation on History of NMUMC