Join us Tuesday evenings (February 23 through March 27) at 7:30pm ET as we discuss the book What was God doing on the Cross? by Alister E. McGrath: a book that challenges us to think and speak clearly about the harsh realities of the cross and its central importance to the Christian faith.
To purchase the book new (click here) or used (click here). If you would like to participate in the study, but cannot secure or afford the book, please contact Pastor Jacob.
This small group gathering and discussion will be facilitated virtually by Pastor Jacob. All are welcome to attend and participate. You can join our gathering using Google Meet by clicking this link (https://meet.google.com/zxe-kcbu-hxf) or by calling 661-527-2948, the PIN is 883 139 733#.
Read through chapter 1 for our first gathering on February 27. If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Jacob.
Wednesday, February 17, marks the beginning of Lent–the 40 days (not including Sundays) leading up to the celebration of Easter. Below you will find a devotional and information about a special worship service to help you begin the season of Lent aright.
“Taking Faith Home” Devotion
Use and adapt this resource for your personal, family, and/or small group devotions.
Ash Wednesday Worship
Traditionally, we would hold an Ash Wednesday worship service at the church and impose ashes on foreheads as a sign of repentance and in remembrance of our mortality. Due to on-going precautions during the pandemic, and our not meeting for in-person worship, this service has been pre-recorded. There are several different ways you can view the service…
Google Meet, 12pm
You can join the Ash Wednesday Service at 12pm (virtually) using Google Meet. Click this link (http://meet.google.com/ens-kcoq-bgg) or call 1-262-885-7027, the PIN is 172 874 072#. Note: this is the same Meet used for our Worship Together on Sunday morning.
Today (Tuesday, January 19, 2021) at 5:30pm ET, Franklin United Methodist Church will ring its bell and turn on its lights as part of a national #COVIDMemorial in honor of the lives lost to COVID-19.
You are welcome to light a candle or ring a bell from wherever you are, and join in prayer for those suffering from COVID-19, medical staff, scientists, and others both treating those with COVID-19 and making and distributing vaccines.