We are a Christian community rooted in the well-worn, faithful path of the Anglican tradition.
We invite you to come meet with Jesus, our risen and living Savior. He is forever the centerpiece of who we are.
In the name of Jesus, welcome to our church family’s website. Grace and peace to you. We’re a growing church community in Hagerstown and we’re part of something amazing God is doing in the tri-state area. We’re part of a movement of solid, Gospel-preaching, Christ-exalting churches practicing a new-yet-old way to be Christian. Have a look around – I think you’ll find New Creation to be a very welcoming group of people and a very unique church community with a great sense of mission in and to the Hagerstown community. We look forward to meeting you soon (in fact, why not this Sunday?)!
Exalt the triune God. Disciple together. Love our neighbor with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
— The Rev. Justin Clemente, Parish Pastor & Founding Church Planter
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Join us each Sunday during Ordinary Time as we dive into the Parables of Jesus, asking how each parable reveals who Jesus is, asking us the question, “Where do we stand with him?”
“O go your way into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise; be thankful unto him, and speak good of his Name.” (Psalm 100:4) Join us July 25 as we gather for a special service of thanksgiving and praise to God […]
Runs 9:00-9:45 AM in the chapel (located directly behind the chancel) This is part of our year-long class on the basics of Christian faith. It is based on “To Be a Christian: An Anglican Catechism” and the 39 Articles. It is an introduction into […]
Runs 9:00-9:50 in the Children’s Room/Nursery. Kingdom Story is all about helping kids understand and apply the narrative of Holy Scripture. The curriculum also covers the three foundations of the faith: Apostles’ Creed, Ten Commandments & The Greatest Commandment, and The Lord’s Prayer. Lessons […]
A new sermon series on sermons in Holy Scripture, helping us to understand how to read, mark, learn & inwardly digest the preached word.
Full guidelines are available here.
Who was Lois? Lois was Timothy’s Grandmother. Paul praises her for her faith in Christ which she passed onto her family. (2 Timothy 1:5) To sign up for this course, please contact Joyce Archer at Godislove0033@hotmail.com. Course Length: 8 Sessions Place: Main Sanctuary, New […]
NCC will be participating in the Interstate Wine Festival as a non-profit vendor! June 12, 12 – 6 pm @ the Washington County Agricultural Education Center. We need folks to run our table and engage folkswith a message about “The Best Wine Ever Made”(a reference to The […]
This service, which walks us through fourteen key events during and after the resurrection of Jesus Christ, forms part of our finale week of “Fifty Days of Resurrection Hope.” Join us as we worship and wonder, ponder and pray, through all that Christ’s resurrection […]
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DAILY PRAYER resources from the Book of Common Prayer
Join us at the sanctuary or online for mid-week mid-day prayer every
Wednesday at 12:30 pm
“The Book of Common Prayer (2019) is a form of prayers and praises that is thoroughly Biblical, catholic in the manner of the early centuries, highly participatory in delivery, peculiarly Anglican and English in its roots, culturally adaptive and missional in a most remarkable way, utterly accessible to the people, and whose repetitions are intended to form the faithful catechetically and to give them doxological voice.” ~ Preface, The Book of Common Prayer 2019