- PUMC FAQ
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- Why We Worship the Way We Do
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- Join Us – Membership at PUMC
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Our church family is composed of generous, caring, passionate, and authentic people, just like you.
Our congregation is open and caring, and always happy to share the love of our church family.
You will find our worship nurturing, our service vital, our congregation friendly, and our fellowship genuine.
Welcome to PUMC: (1 min video)
YouTube Channel Trailer: (2 min video)
Our wish for you:
“When Jesus came, he announced the good news of peace to you who were far away and to those who were near.
We both (All!) have access to the Father through Christ by the one Spirit.
So now you are no longer strangers and aliens. Rather, you are fellow citizens with God’s people, and you belong to God’s household.” Ephesians 2:17-19
We are honored that you would like to come to visit us. We hope that you will grow in worshipping with us, and that you are inspired to come again and witness some of our other ministries on your journey of faith.
YOU are welcome!
We would like to invite you to join us. You don’t have to be a member. You don’t have to be a Christian. Come visit us and see why we love our church family.
Finding PUMC: (1 min video)
A note on children in our church:
Yes! We want them!
Day care is provided for children younger than school age. You are free to drop them off in the nursery at the rear of the church, or keep them with you.
Feel free to let your little ones wiggle, let them squeak during special music, let them interject during the sermon. The occasional contribution from our littlest visitors keeps us all on our toes.
There is a changing table in the accessible bathroom, which is the first door on the left in the hall.
In the narthex, the room to the rear of the sanctuary at the very front of the church, there are some coloring books and other distractions.
There is a pack’n’play in the rear of the sanctuary to give infants a safe place to wiggle, and a comfy chair to soothe them.
Please use your best judgement on when it is appropriate to remove your child from the sanctuary.
School-aged children are dismissed from worship about halfway through for Sunday School.
If your child (or you) needs a break, the Peace Room is past the fellowship hall, the last door on the right.
If you have visited and would like more information there are Welcome folders in the fellowship hall, you can use the contact form on this site, or approach anyone in our church family.
Get directions from Google Maps.
Parking is available in our lot using the entrance just north of the church, with limited additional parking across Concord Street in the downhill All Saints parking lot.
Peterborough United Methodist Church
43 Concord Street, Peterborough, NH
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