Sunday Morning Worship

Join us for worship this Sunday at 

10:15 AM in person and Livestream. Sunday Wonder Hour for all ages is at 9:00 AM, with Common Grounds at 9:45 AM. 

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

This week's scripture for reflection: Jeremiah 31:31-34

We will combine elements from both Maundy Thursday and Good Friday for this service, starting with a meal, liturgy, homily, and Communion in Wilson Hall, and then moving to the Sanctuary to observe the Tenebrae darkening of the candles. We will begin at 6 PM.

Join us Saturday, March 30 at 10 AM for our annual Easter egg hunt. We ask for each child to bring one dozen filled eggs. We will provide a goody bag, craft, and a visit from the Easter Bunny!

Easter Sunrise Service and Breakfast will be here at FPC Franklin at 6 AM, March 31. Sign up here for the breakfast. Additional services will be held at 8:30 AM and 10:15 AM. There will also be 9 AM Easter activities in Wilson Hall for all ages

Donations of cold/packaged breakfast items, fruit, and juice still needed. Please sign up here.

Join in for interactive learning sessions that provide tools to discover and leverage your strengths. Explore how to use your talents to discern your true calling. Lunch provided at 11:30 AM. Learning session from Noon – 2 PM. Materials will be provided at first session. Contact Verna or Susan with any questions.

Sisters in Spirit will be starting a new study on Friday, March 22. We will be reading Practically Divine by Becca Stevens. Becca is an Episcopal priest at Vanderbilt and founder of Thistle Farms in Nashville. To prepare for the study, the group will be going to lunch at Thistle Farms Cafe on Friday, March 15, with carpools leaving the church at 10:30 AM. Becca will be the keynote speaker at Montreat's Women's Connection next August. We would love to have women of the church join us for discussion, fellowship and prayer every Friday at 10 AM in the Parlor. Contact Martha Johnson or Cindy Blackburn for more information.

All the Lenten midweek services this year are based on the theme, “One Bread, One Body,” using texts from the book, “Meeting Jesus at the Table: A Lenten Study,” by Cynthia Campbell and Christine Coy Fohr. Lent is a wonderful time to consider the discipline of giving as part of the spiritual life. All we have and are is a gift from the hand of God. God invites us to join in the Divine generosity, for the sake of the world.
We ask that you submit your Estimate of Giving by Commitment Sunday, March 24. There is also a place on our website where you can submit an Estimate of Giving.

Many have requested a duplicate nametag to keep in Wilson Hall, and we have listened! If you want a second nametag printed to keep in Wilson Hall, you can email Catherine Olson or request one via the Connection Card. We will also be placing a basket in the narthex where you can drop off your Wilson Hall nametag after worship, and it will be back in Wilson Hall for you for WNL.

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Thank you for helping Ellie Jones reach her goal. She will be traveling to NYC in May for a short-term mission trip. 
This Week's Church Calendar


10:00 AM: Bible Study

6:00 PM: WNL Dinner

6:45 PM: Midweek Lenten Service; WNL Children and Youth 


10:00 AM: Sisters in Spirit


7:30 AM: Men's Bible Study

11:00 AM: 55+ Lunch and Games


9:00 AM: Sunday School & Wonder Hour

9:45 AM: Common Grounds; Chancel Choir Rehearsal

10:15 AM: Worship Service

4:00 PM: Session Mtg.

5:30 PM: SNS


1:00 PM: Prayer Shawl

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