Each person has something they can offer to further the work of Christ through the church. Through our service and work (within our community and beyond), we grow as individuals and our community is strengthened.
Below you will find opportunities for us to work together within and beyond the church. If you have any questions, please contact the Church Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Members of the Prayer Chain agree to pray for the needs and emergencies of our church family, friends, community, and world as requested. Requests are sent via email. All requests are treated as confidential and are not to be forwarded beyond the Prayer Chain. If you would like to become a member of the Prayer Chain, please contact the Church Office (email@example.com).
If you would like to request prayer, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be forwarded to the Prayer Chain.
Do you like to sing? or play an instrument? Consider joining our virtual choir! Everyone is welcome to participate. You don’t have to be a professional and you don’t have to have sang in our choir before–all persons and all skill levels are welcome. To learn more go to https://franklinumc.org/virtualchoir.
Do you like to garden? or simply like being outside and working with your hands? Consider helping tend our community garden to help support the Franklin Food Pantry. We grow tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, and zucchini. If you would like to help in the garden—weeding and watering and helping to tend the garden bed and grounds—please email Pastor Jacob (email@example.com)
It takes many volunteers to help facilitate worship (both virtually and in-person) each week. If you would like to be a liturgist (virtual or in-person), usher (virtual or in-person), greeter, A/V tech, or would like to support our worship together in another way, please email the Church Office (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can find the worship volunteer schedule here.
MEALS ON WHEELS
Meals on Wheels delivers nutritious meals to short-term or long-term homebound elders age 60 and older in Franklin, Bellingham, and Medway. This program is administered by Tri-Valley, Inc. and housed at the Franklin United Methodist Church. Volunteers are used to pack and deliver meals. To learn how you can help, please call Gail Hamilton at 508-520-1422.
United Methodist COMMITTEE ON RELIEF
As the humanitarian relief and development arm of The United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) assists United Methodists and churches to become involved globally in direct ministry to persons in need. To learn more about UMCOR, click here.
United Methodist VOLUNTEERS IN MISSION
United Methodist Volunteers in Mission (UMVIM) is a grassroots movement of United Methodists who seek to put their “Christian Love in Action.” Since the 1970s, UMVIM has offered a framework through which disciples can engage in short-term mission locally, nationally, and globally. We have supported both individuals and teams for UMVIM projects. To learn more about UMVIM, click here.