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Sunday, January 30

"Hometown Boy"

Jesus' good news for the world isn't a threat, but an invitation

Scripture Reading: Luke 4:21-30

Online or in person at 410 Buena Vista Ave, Newcastle, CA 95658

All are welcome! Come as you are. Dress casual. Be yourself.

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Join us Sundays at 10:00 a.m. for a mix of old and new music styles with piano and acoustic instruments; prayers, scripture, and inspiring message. This is a time to find God in song, prayer and word.


Please wear your mask during worship. If you are unable to wear a mask, we ask that you worship with us virtually.

All are welcome!

IS THIS YOUR FIRST TIME AT NUMC? We gather with our neighbors who live, work, play, and serve in the community and we celebrate the good news about Jesus. We offer a 10:00 a.m. contemporary worship service. When we see a new face, we like to introduce ourselves and answer any questions you have about our church, our pastor, and our programs. We hope you will feel a connection and come back next week.

WHAT'S A TYPICAL SUNDAY LIKE? We sing, we pray, we listen to the messages Pastor Dave brings us of God's amazing grace and love poured out through Jesus into our hearts by His Spirit.​ We respond together in giving and communion. We receive a benediction to bless our community as we head into our week.

THEN WHAT? Follow us down the stairs for Fellowship every Sunday after the 10 a.m. service, where you will find coffee, tea, light snacks and sparkling conversation!

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Pastor Dave's latest post encourages and challenges us in our faith journey.

December 1: That’s just the way it is

Pastor Dave is also active on the NUMC Facebook page.


If you would like to help feed Placer County families in need, there is a large box just inside the Fellowship Hall door where you can drop off non-perishable items. Or you may write a check to NUMC and add "Food Closet" in the memo section of your check.

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Our Vision

As part of the universal Body of Christ, the Newcastle United Methodist Church, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, seeks to grow in faith and service by:


  • Supporting one another in living the Christian life


  • Sharing our gifts and resources for the enrichment of the local and world community

  • Providing a variety of opportunities for people to know Christ and experience Christian life

  • Welcoming all whom God sends us


If you have a pastoral need, or are looking for a place to connect and find a spiritual home, you’ve found one here. Do you have a special prayer request? Your message will be sent directly to Pastor Dave.