Marlow United Methodist Church


Sunday Worship:
9:00 am

Choir Practice:

Wednesdays - 6:00 pm - Sharon Davis' home

Prayer Meeting:
Sundays - 8:00 am at the church


The Methodist Church (built in 1829) was a few rods west of the Old Meeting House (built in 1792) on Marlow Hill. In 1845 the Methodist Church and the Old Meeting House were moved down to the "plains" or Village. The Methodist Church was enlarged in 1866 and the Old Meeting House eventually became Jones Hall and was remodeled in 1881. Sunday morning services used to begin at 8:45 am.


Eric Feustel, Pastor - 603-485-4857 -

Sharon Davis, Lay Leader - 603-446-7064 -

Announcement and Events

Food Pantry

Please bring your food contributions 3rd Sunday for the Food Pantry distribution! Food Pantry: Please remember our neighbors when you shop by choosing single-serving, easily prepared, diabetic-friendly meals to contribute to the food pantry. If you would like to give a financial donation for food, there is a jar on the table at the back of the sanctuary where you can put your offering. This money will be used to purchase needed items. We also welcome your help in identifying others whom we can help. Deliveries are made the third Sunday of the month. If you can help with deliveries, please contact Marcia Levesque at 446-4383.

The Gathering Place 

We plan to open the Chapel on Saturday mornings, from 9-11:30 as a place where neighbors can meet, have coffee and goodies, and catch up on news. This will be hosted by the church and other town organizations and will begin in January 2015.

Functions and Fundraisers 

Please check the Community Calendar

Pastor Eric Feustel

I have been active in many churches for as long as I can remember, but I never dreamed I would become a pastor. After a successful career in the restaurant industry, and later in outside sales and sales management, God changed my mind and called me into ministry. It had been nearly 30 years since I had been in college, but I took the step and enrolled in Boston University School of Theology in 2004, earning my Masters Degree in Biblical and Historical Studies.
Since graduating in 2007, I have served on the New Hampshire District Lay Speaking Committee and on the staff of the Grantham United Methodist Church . In July 2010 I was moved a few dozen miles south on Route 10 to the Marlow United Methodist Church . I have already found that this fellowship is a warm and caring group of Christians.

I am continually amazed as I study the Holy Bible to see how relevant its ancient words are to contemporary life. If you visit the Marlow United Methodist Church I know you will be encouraged in our worship services, included in our family atmosphere, and find avenues of service in the cause of Jesus.