Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Worship with us Outdoors at 8:30 AM and/or Online at 11 AM
We live-stream an abbreviated Sunday morning service on our website and upload the text sermons on our website.

Sundays at FPC in September
8:30 AM Outdoor Sunday Morning Worship  
(We are broadcasting the service for those who would like to remain in your cars in the parking lot. Just tune in to FM 96.9.)

9:15 AM Outdoor Sunday School Options

9:30 AM Common Grounds on Zoom

10 – 10:45 AM Zoom Sunday School
(scroll down and click each graphic for zoom link here)

11 AM Live-Stream Sunday Morning Worship (watch directly from our website)
September 27, 2020
Scripture: Philippians 2:1-13
Sermon: Christlike Living - Mary Sellers Shaw
All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name!
O Master Let Me Walk with Thee

Click here to see past Sunday services.
Congregational Care - Caring for One Another
Faith, Food & Film
New Fall Event for all ages

This year’s “Annual Church Picnic” will look a little bit different, but we’ll still get to be together to fellowship with one another OUTSIDE and SOCIALLY DISTANCED in our new fall event.
We will begin at 5:30 PM with a Reformation-themed Worship in the Courtyard (with Bagpipes!) and then move to the Pavilion area to enjoy our BYOP dinner (Bring your own Picnic) and conversation until the sun sets and the movie begins. We will enjoy Monsters, Inc. on a big inflatable screen.
We’re also asking for everyone to bring canned food donations for GraceWorks Ministries.
Bring your chair, wear your mask, and join us for all or part of this new fun fall event.
Rain Date: October 4
If you have any questions, contact Anne Keener (akeener@fpcfranklin.org).
Yoga via Zoom

What are you doing at 8:30 AM on Wednesdays? All ages and levels are invited to practice yoga with your church family via Zoom each Wednesday morning. 

We stream different www.YogawithAdriene.com videos so we are all watching her and not each other, but you can even turn off your camera if that makes you happy. Click here to join us for yoga which is good for the body followed by fellowship and prayer which is good for the soul. Contact Betty Barcheski (betty@barcheski.com) to learn more. All are welcome. 
Stephen Ministry

Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. - Galatians 6:2

Stephen Ministry offers a proven and effective way to organize, equip, and supervise a team of congregation members—called Stephen Ministers—to provide high-quality, one-to-one, Christ-centered care to people in the congregation and the community experiencing life difficulties. Click here for a brief overview of Stephen Ministry.

We will be training our next Stephen Minister class beginning on Zoom this fall. Have you ever considered becoming a Stephen Minister or wanted to learn more? Contact Stephen Leader Judi Arnold (judimarnold@gmail.com) to learn more about the upcoming class or to share a name of someone you feel has the traits listed above. Also remember our Stephen Ministers are always ready to care for you if you would benefit from a Christian friend to walk with you during a difficult time.
New Members

We are excited to welcome Paul Webb and Marti, Khris, Frankie and Nora Downey to our congregation! Read more about them in the October Newsletter!
FPC Franklin is hosting a Blood Drive

When: Sunday, September 27, 2020
           9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Where: Donor Coach in FPC Parking Lot

Why:   Blood Donation is Important….and YOU can help patients who need blood products!

At this time, you must schedule an appointment (walk-ins are not permitted) to donate by visiting redcrossblood.org and entering the Sponsor Code FPCF19.

You may also contact Connie Bond at cbond@comcast.net / 615-790-4043 to schedule an appointment.
Wednesday Night Live: Dinner at 6, Programs at 6:30

Sept 23 at 6:30: Dr. Ernie Ness, retired Counselor, University of Central Arkansas: Benefits of humor/ laughter: physical, mental, and social. Also Strategies ("tips") on how to increase/ restore one's sense of humor.

Sept 30 at 6:30: Dr. Don Arnold – COVID Update with Q&A – Submit questions ahead of time to Kim Joiner kjoiner@fpcfranklin.org
  1. A brief background of the SARS-CoV-2 virus
  2. COVID-19 disease (briefly) 
  3. Public Health - what it is and why it's critical 
  4. What we can do to protect ourselves and those around us
Don Arnold is board certified in pediatrics, pediatric emergency medicine, and public health. He is NOT an expert on the coronavirus, but has tried to keep up with the deluge of information about the pandemic.

October 7: Conversations on Race 
This Week's Schedule
8:30 AM - Virtual Yoga

8:30 AM - Outdoor Worship
9:15 AM - Outdoor Sunday School