Welcome to The Madison Church

Madison, NH


Our monthly calendar of events.

Prayer Request

Let The Madison Church Prayer Team pray for you.

Glad You're Here!

A guide to your first visit.


We would love to have you come visit.


Church Suppers

5:30 Madison Elementary School
Up Coming Dates
Feb. 20th Turkey
March 19th Pot Roast
April 23rd – Crispy Chicken Breast with Buttery Lemon Stuffing
May 21st Pulled Pork
June 11th BBQ Chicken thighs

Food Pantry

Madison’s Food Pantry is for Madison residents and located at the Madison Church. If you need assistance, please call the Food Pantry phone, 603-733-6323 and a volunteer will make an appointment to serve you, Wednesdays between 10 am and 1 pm. Other times may be scheduled if necessary.


The Madison Candlelight meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous meets on Fridays from 8:00 – 9:00 pm. It is an open meeting with a speaker followed by discussion. All are welcome.

Church Office

Office Hours
Tuesday 9-12
Wednesday 9-12
Thursday 1-5
Friday 9-12

Phone: 603-367-4705
Mailing Address: PO Box 119 Madison, NH 03849
Physical Address: 53 Conway Rd., Madison, NH
Email: themadisonchurch@gmail.com


365 Devotions

Devotions and prayer for every day of the year.

World Prayer

Daily prayers for our world.

Lectionary Readings

The Revised Common Lectionary reading for upcoming Sunday Worship.

Upper Room

Daily Reflections from The Upper Room.

Thoughts From Pastor Sean



For me, this one little preposition holds the key to much of the beauty and meaning of life. It is an unassuming word that is highly prevalent in our daily communications. We use it without thinking of the power and implications it has on our lives. It is a...

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Psalm 46:1-7 NIV God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. [2] Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, [3] though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their...

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“I Go Among Trees”

“I Go Among Trees”

This photograph I took reminds me of this poem. I hope you enjoy both. — Pastor Sean I go among trees and sit still. All my stirring becomes quiet around me like circles on water. My tasks lie in their places where I left them, asleep like cattle. Then what is afraid...

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