Posts from December 2018

Posts from December 2018

December 7, 2018 Newsletter

Promises Made. Promises Kept. For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,  Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.                        -Isiah 9:7 It would be more than 700 years before the above would come to pass. “It’s why Advent is such a special time for…

November 11, 2018 Newsletter

Christmas Fair If you think the NCC Christmas Fair is just a fundraiser think again. “For 75 years our Christmas Fair has been bringing all of Newmarket together,” said Marilyn Allen, Co-Chair of the fair this year.  She attended her first fair in 1969. And like the Christmas Fairs of old, this fair, held on Saturday, December 1, from 8-2, will be filled with food, fun,…

November 4, 2018 Newsletter

Meet Peter Naitove You might call Peter Naitove “the great explorer,” at least when it comes to faith. Having grown up in a town without a temple there weren’t many Jewish services he could attend. “Most of my friends were Christian and we celebrated Hanukah and Christmas at home,” Peter said. As an adult, Peter explored his spiritual side looking for the meaning of life…

October 21, 2018 Newsletter

Meet Katelyn Clough Ask Katelyn what she likes best about being NCC’s office manager and she’ll quickly say, “Helping people get the services they need.” That may mean finding housing for a homeless family, food for those in need or dozens of other services NCC regularly provides. “ I took the job,” Katelyn says, “simply because I was having a baby and could work at NCC…

October 14, 2018 Newsletter

Her name is Lola If you don’t know Lola, you should. She sits mid-way in the pews on the left (organ) side of the church. Calling her a real “hoot” seems fitting. Spunky and feisty, the mischievous twinkle in her eye stretches back to the depression-era Virginia farmhouse she was born into as one of 13 siblings. As a teen, Lola had a crush on Roy Rogers. During WWI, she…