Franklin Life Academy


StackofBooks  FCC is excited to announce a new program starting this fall.  

 Life Academy will provide free classes focused on helping adults capture the information they may have      missed or never learned in high school.  It is intended to help people gain the confidence necessary to go back to school, improve their daily lives, and to give them more mobility in their jobs.  These classes are developed for adult learners and are non-adversarial.  Grades, fear, pressure and judgement are eliminated and are replaced with respect, mentorship and love.  The intended students are low-income underserved adults who do not qualify for traditional assistance programs.

 For more information, check out the Life Academy website:  www.franklinlifeacademy.com

 

 

Summer Psalms

franklin indiana churchesOh, how we need spiritual refreshment today.  So many are weary of the culture wars, the foreign wars, and wars in their own hearts.

This sermon series is designed to bring the cool water of God’s words and wisdom to His people. Through a verse-by-verse study of eight especially-chosen Psalms, we will find the strength of God of Israel.

Please join us!

Good Sam Food Club

GOOD SAM FOOD CLUB

Are you a GOOD SAM Food Club Member? To join, simply donate food to the FCC Good Sam Food locker. When you make your first donation, you will receive a membership card to use as a reminder for future donations.

This is an ongoing Outreach activity so donations are always acceptable of the following items:

Cereal (low sugar) – Saltines – Graham Crackers – Animal Crackers – Canned Soup (not creamed) – Peanut Butter – Jam – Granola Bars – Macaroni & Cheese – Pasta / Rica – Pasta Sauces – Oatmeal Packets – Canned Fruit – Canned Veggies – Frozen Veggies – Canned Beans (no raw) – Tuna – Toilet Paper – Toothpaste – Toothbrushes – Shampoo – Soap

Contact Joe Shumaker or Janette Metzler with questions.

God’s Chisel

Here is the video we showed in church last Sunday.  You can purchase it for download here:

Working and Serving Together

Franklin Community Church

May 22 Worship

The Beasley family will be leaving soon to minister with a church in Taiwan.  Maurice Richter had the wonderful idea of recording part of the service where the Beasleys lead us in a song which has a chorus in Chinese.  This video can be shown to their church, and in turn we will hopefully watch a video of the Taiwanese church singing the same song when the Beasleys return.

Anyway, some may be interested in the video, so here it is.  Thanks to Maurice for recording and editing this. (The first couple minutes are of a different song).