Sunday Morning Worship

Join us for worship this Sunday: Sunrise Service at 6:00 AM (Historic Franklin Presbyterian Church) and Worship at 8:30 AM and 10:15 AM. The 10:15 AM service will also be on livestream. The nursery and Children's Worship will be available at both services.

You can find past sermons and the upcoming order of worship on our website.

This week's scripture for reflection: Matthew 28:1-10.
Join us for a time of worship and fellowship together. The worship service will begin in Wilson Hall at 6:00 PM, with the meal as part of the service, as well as a homily and shared communion around the tables. We will then transition to the Sanctuary to complete the service as we experience the Tenebrae and Solemn Reproaches of the Cross.

If you didn’t receive an email from Anne Keener this morning about this service, please email her TODAY so your place at the table will be ready.
FPC's Stations of the Cross paintings are available all week in Wilson Hall. We hope you will come by the church and use them to add to your Holy Week journey. Many thanks to Mike Moyers for the beautiful, reflective artwork.
April 12 Program- Immigration: The Intersection of Law and Faith
Join Marti Downey for a closer look at some of the legal, biblical, and practical challenges faced by individuals seeking to immigrate and by those of us grappling with how to respond as Christians to this complex and emotionally-charged topic.

Register here for each week's Wednesday Night Live dinner and to see the menu for the week!
2023 Domestic Mission Trip:
Waverly, Tennessee
May 8-12
Join us in Waverly this May as we work with the Appalachia Service Project on flood relief. Anyone high school aged (with a parent) and above is welcome to volunteer with us. We will have jobs for all skill levels! Cost is $75 per person. Dale and Barbara Roos will be serving as trip leads.

Contact Mary Sellers Shaw, Barbara Roos, or Dale Roos to register or with any questions.
Join the Primetimers on April 13 to tour the Franklin Reclaimed Water Demo Project.

One of the byproducts of wastewater treatment is reclaimed water, which is currently used for irrigation purposes. In looking toward Franklin’s future growth, the Demonstration project is evaluating different advanced technologies to further clean water so it is safe for multiple uses, including potentially supplementing the water in the Harpeth River. Our tour guide is FPC’s own Michelle Hatcher, Director of Franklin’s Water Management Department.

Please RSVP though the website or contact Karen Hanson so we have an idea of how many for lunch at Tito’s.
This Week's Church Calendar
5:00 PM: Carillon Handbell Choir Rehearsal
6:45 PM: Choir Rehearsal

Thursday: Maundy Thursday
6:00 PM: Holy Week Meal & Service

Friday: Good Friday
10:00 AM: Sisters in Spirit
Church office closes at noon
7:30 AM: Men's Bible Study
9:30 AM: Preparing the Flowered Cross
10:00 AM: Joint Egg Hunt & 2NDSAT

Sunday: Easter Day
6:00 AM: Easter Sunrise & Breakfast (HFPC)
8:30 AM: Worship Service
10:15 AM: Worship Service & Livestream

Church office closed