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Antique organ pipes painted with gold detailing
Our wooden alter with writing: “In Remembrance of Me”, and a framed tv displaying our logo
A red and blue stained glass window reflecting the outside light



An archival picture of the Old Methodist Church Building

Named for “Mr. Hilton’s New Field,” the town of Newfields was first settled in 1639 and for many years was known as South Newmarket. Residents attended church in Newmarket, and it would be almost 200 years before Newfields had its own churches. 


The first Methodist Academy in New England was established here in 1817 and the Methodist Church was constructed in 1836.

Soon after, the Congregational Church was built-in 1839, followed by the Universalist Church in 1873.

The Beginnings

 Old Methodist Church Building 

An archival picture of our current church

In 1933 the three congregations joined as one in the Newfields Community Church, holding worship in the Universalist Building, which is the only one of the three original church buildings still remaining.  This is our church home today.

We are in covenant with the United Methodist Church, the United Church of Christ and the Unitarian Universalist Association.  Through these bodies we participate in mission in the State of New Hampshire and throughout the world.

Our Joining

 Universalist Church Building 

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