View From The Pew​

April 15, 2018

Submitted by:

Mark Johnson

Lay Leader

North Salem United Methodist Church

Regional Night Of Worship​

Recently we at the NSUMC have been visited by a young man named David Miller. David is a member of the Grace Assembly of God on Zion Hill Rd. here in Salem, and has attended two of our worship services. His visits have been two-fold. One reason was to worship with us. The other was to invite the members of the North Salem United Methodist Church to participate in what is called the Regional Night of Worship. And, just what is this Regional Night of Worship? Well, here is a description in David’s own words:

“The regional night of worship is a night where people from many different congregations in southern New Hampshire come together to share communion, worship, fellowship and prayer. It’s purpose is to promote an atmosphere of unity within the Body of Christ and to foster cooperation in giving God glory. We remember Jesus prayed for unity among believers in the garden.”

I, myself, have attended one of the Regional Nights of Worship, the last one held on March 25th at the Centerpoint Community Church on School Street in Salem. The experience was a positive one. Not only was I able to worship our God, but I was able to meet and worship with other faithful brethren of Christ whom I did not know before. To be true, the style of worship is a bit unlike our Methodist way. It is more demonstrative, but yet a meaningful, worshipful and a connecting experience.  I say “connecting” because, and as already noted, I connected with other disciples of Christ right here in my own locale, people I am quite likely to meet in the Supermarket or in any other daily situation. And as David pointed out above, Jesus prayed for unity in his church, an active oneness of spirit.

It can only be a good thing when we as disciples of Christ step out to connect with others of like spirit, even if only infrequently.  All disciples of Christ benefit when they endeavor to at least be aware of other brethren in our community whom God has also called to be His witnesses.

Please consider attending the next Regional Night of Worship to be held at the Grace Assembly of God at 199 Zion Hill Rd., Salem, NH on April 29, 2018 starting at 6:00 p.m.

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~ Different (Official Music Video) ~

​Micah Tyler​

Adult Bible Study!

Starting March 26, 2018 at 2:30 p.m. Pastor Carroll himself will conduct a Bible study of the Gospel of John.
All are invited to attend!

(No Study Session April 23, 2018!)


Please Note!

The Saturday 9:00 a.m NSUMC Adult Bible study investigating the Book of Romans has been completed. Beginning April 28th, we will explore the Gospel of Luke.

What a Beautiful Name ~

Caleb + Kelsey

Sunday Sermon April  22, 2018

~ My King is Known by Mercy ~

 Josh Pantana

A Bit of History?!

We have recently come across some interesting history of the North Salem United Methodist Church.  To check out some milestone dates and a list of past and present pastors...

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​​​​​​​Thoughts From our Pastor

Rev. Carroll C. Moore

April 19, 2018


When we read the stories of Jesus we become aware of how he changed people's lives by the way he interacted with them.  He reached out to those who were sick, he spoke healing words to the crowds, and he shared with his life the very face of God in a special way.  I think of the people over the years who have had the greatest impact on my life and they are the ones who I would say showed me the face of God the way they cared, reached out and touched me, and created within me a new awareness that God is love and I am one of God's children.  Maya Angelou wrote,“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” This sentence is worth writing down and keeping before us as we witness to God in our lives.


It's not a secret...

...but do you know about God's Week, God's seven day/seven thousand year Week?  Consider what Peter wrote in his letter: 2 Peter, Chapter 3:3-4,8-9

"...scoffers will come in the last days with scoffing, following their own sinful desires. They will say, 'Where is the promise of his coming? For ever since the fathers fell asleep, all things are continuing as they were from the beginning of creation.' "

And more:

"But do not overlook this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day. The Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some count slowness..."

To read a series of essays on this fundamental and important doctrine of God's biblical 7000 year plan for mankind...​

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