The Pastor’s Report

On Thursday, November 10, 2022, the Franklin United Methodist Church held its annual Church/Charge Conference. This meeting is the primary administrative meeting of the church. Among other things, it reviews and approves pastoral compensation, lay leadership and nominations, and is an opportunity for us to review what has been accomplished over the course of the …

Chili Cookoff

Feel free to share this event with your Facebook friends here! Grab a spoon! Grab an apron! The Franklin United Methodist Church (82 W. Central St., Franklin) is looking to crown the 2022 Chili Cookoff Champion. Everyone who comes will be able to cast their vote. Do you have what it takes?Dust off your favorite …

Church This Weekend

There is a busy weekend coming up (10/22 to 10/23)! Here’s what you need to know: This weekend! Fall Cleanup We can use your help cleaning up the church facility, inside and out.  We’ll meet at 10am on Saturday, October 22. If you are planning to help with yardwork (planting bulbs, trimming bushes, pulling out …

Our Legacy: 2023 Annual Campaign

Dear members and friends of Franklin United Methodist Church, This year marks the 150th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone of our facility at 82 W. Central Street in downtown Franklin, Massachusetts.  In celebration of this anniversary, throughout the month of October, during Sunday worship, we are exploring the rich history of our congregation. …

THIS WEEKEND: A Cookout, a Baptism, and Ice Cream!

Dear members and friends of Franklin United Methodist Church, This weekend is full of opportunities to connect.  There’s a cookout on Saturday and a baptism and ice cream social on Sunday. I wanted to make sure that you knew what was going on so that you could make plans to participate!  Here are the details. Saturday, September 24, we’re …

Confirmation Begins SOON

Confirmation will be starting soon! The term confirmation is used to mark the first time a baptized Christian publicly confirms their intention to live out their baptismal vows as a member of the local church. Traditionally, this happens in late middle school or high school. To help youth prepare to make their confirmation, Pastor Jacob …