Fat Tuesday Pancake Dinner // Tuesday, February 13

Join us on Fat Tuesday (the day before Ash Wednesday), February 13, for a Fat Tuesday feast of pancakes and sausage. We’ll be flipping pancakes from 5:30-6:30p. Come when you can. All are invited. This event is FREE and open to the public. Donations are welcomed, but not expected. It is customary in some Christian …

Phase II Capital Campaign: Introduction & Vision

Dear Franklin United Methodist Church members and friends, “Defining Our Generation: Phase II” is the title chosen for our capital campaign. We are fortunate to be part of the Franklin United Methodist Church at this time, having the chance to do something that will have a lasting legacy and define our generation for generations of …

We’re back! In the Sanctuary!

Over the last several months we have been in and out of the sanctuary, worshipping in the vestry (fellowship hall) as we awaited the completed repairs of our sanctuary ceiling. Those repairs are now complete. This Sunday, January 28, we will be returning to the sanctuary! Please note a few things: 1) we’ve tried to …

Worship Together

New Website Functionality

There are three new links at the top of our website, and three new buttons at the bottom of each new worship post, inviting you to pray, give, and volunteer. By clicking on these buttons/links, you will be given an opportunity to submit a prayer request, give online, and see and signup for upcoming volunteer …

A (Detailed) Pastor’s Report & (General) Appeal

The Pastor’s Report (below) was written for the annual church/charge conference on December 3, 2023 as a summation of the year. We stand in a long line of faithful people who have dared, with limited resources, to establish a Methodist church in Franklin. In the past year, we have accomplished a lot together. It hasn’t …

#Giving Tuesday & Why I Give

Today is #GivingTuesday and I wanted to share a few reasons why I give a proportion of my income to support the Franklin United Methodist Church. I give to the Franklin United Methodist Church because I see the real and potential impact it has on our community. This week alone some 650 meals will be …

Dedicated: 2024 Annual Campaign

Dear members and friends of Franklin United Methodist Church, A petition to organize a Methodist Church in Franklin was received by the New England Conference of The Methodist Episcopal Church at its annual gathering in April 1853. The conference sent, later that year, Rev. John M. Merrill to organize a church. The first official gatherings …