Join us in worship at:  806 Clarendon Street, in Durham, North Carolina; space provided by Asbury UMC

Sunday — 09:00 a.m. Gathering in Song and Praise, with Word and Table

10:30 a.m.  Sunday School

11:30 a.m. —Post Worship Meetings






New Creation witnessed their faith in God to the community and to the world in 2017.Let us continue to live out our faith thru worship, witness and service.

Thank you for all that you did in 2017, including your prayers, your presence, your presents, and your participation.  May God allow us to have an even more fruitful 2018.

  • Nicolette Allen, Melissa Rasberry, Eugene Lofton and LaNella Smith traveled to Fort Myers, Florida to participate in the “Grace In Action” workshop sponsored by Grace UMC. Grace is a multi-site church whose average worship attendance is 2700. The workshops focused on creating effective ministries. The attendees visited two ministries of the church: The Thrift Store and the Food Ministry. A full report of the event was shared with the congregation. New Creation received a grant from the Conference to cover the cost of the trip.
  • Weekly Noon Bible Study
  • New Creation had 11 persons to participate in the CROP Walk and raised $715.00 to support hunger programs.
  • United Methodist Women served meals to Families Moving Forward.
  • Supported the 27th White Breakfast of Bennett College with a purchase of a full-page ad in their souvenir booklet.  Bennett College is one of the 11 historically Black Colleges supported by apportionment dollars.  
  • Served breakfast to the homeless in partnership with St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church every Friday morning.
  • Hosted a 6-week Lenten bible study
  • Collected $1,142.99 from Lenten Sacrificial Offerings.

Click the image below to read the complete Year in Review.



Huree University Presentation

Thank you to the members who came to hear Dr. Jung of Huree University.  It was a wonderful presentation and reminded us of the connectionalism of our United Methodist Church.



Mrs. Pearly Thompson is home again!


The Corridor District made a commitment to assist in completing the repairs and furnishing the home of Pearly Thompson, of Lumberton. Ms. Thompson is 90 years old and she has not slept in her own home in almost a year.  Her home was flooded and declared uninhabitable after Hurricane Matthew.

On Tuesday, Mrs. Thompson moved back into her home.  Thanks be to God!

New Creation collected $646 on Christmas Eve to support this District mission activity.

Mrs. Thompson is pictured above with our Conference Lay Leader, Gary Locklear.


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