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NEW CHANGE. Worship in the time of Covid-19

Owing to the rapid rise in Covid cases in Alabama and in Madison County, we will be changing the service for at least the next two Sundays to attempt to keep everyone as safe as possible
First, masks will be required inside the sanctuary.
Second, we ask that you sit in family units and try as much as possible to provide space between groups.
Third, we ask that you either bring your own communion elements or use the prepackaged ones at the church.
Finally, we ask that you minimize close contact with each other, handshaking and conversations before and after service while inside.

The sanctuary will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before Sunday.

Certainly, if you feel sick please do not attend service. It will be posted on FaceBook for you to view.

Worship will be this Sunday, September 12, at 10:00 with Pastor Samuel Wilson!


Fall Festival September 19, 2021 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM.

The reading for this Sunday is Mark 8: 27-38




Who We Are

We’re glad you’re here! Feel free to browse through our website to find out all you need to know about the fellowship at New Market United Methodist Church – from service times to our beliefs.

We welcome ALL persons to come and worship with us.

So, if you want to be a part of a loving, purposeful community, one that believes that all things are made new in Christ, we invite you to join us in worship and praise at New Market United Methodist Church.

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Food Pantry

The Bobbie Watkins Odom Food Bank was started in 1999 with the idea of helping neighbors in need of food.


Church History

On June 14, 1990, our church was added to the National Register of Historic Places by the U. S. Department of the Interior.