10:00 am Traditional Service
Please join us after service for coffee, snacks, and fellowship.
10:00 AM Sunday School September through June.
Children will attend church and will be dismissed after the Children's sermon to Sunday School.
Thursday April 18th 7:00PM Maundy Thursday service in the Sanctuary
Friday April 19th 7:00PM Good Friday service in the Sanctuary
Sunday April 21st 7:00AM Easter Sunrise service at the Gazebo at the Franklin Pond
Sunday April 21st 10:00AM our Traditional Easter service in the Sanctuary
please join us
on Good Friday from noon to 3PM the church will be open for prayer and meditation
Please join us for our next Fish and Chips dinner Saturday September 21st at 5PM take outs at 4:30
Sign up to be a worship leader on the table in the West Chancel.
The First Presbyterian Church of Franklin
11-13 Main Street, Franklin, NJ 07416
(Our church is handicapped accessible.)
Franklin Church Office:
Phone: (973) 827-6444
Fax: (973) 827-6932
Join us on Saturday September 21st from 5 to 6:30 for our Tastefully British Fish and Chips Dinner. We will announce when tickets are available.
We are a family oriented, friendly church! All are welcome to share in worshiping the Lord as well as participate in our many church activities. This is a very musical church, with a rich heritage in service to God, our congregation, and all who take attend our church services, with both regular Sunday music, as well as our special music programs. Children often participate in church services, serving in our choirs, and/or Sunday School class presentations.
The Sacrament of Holy Communion is observed the first Sunday of each month, but may be changed for special occasions, or if conflicts occur with the church calendar. All who believe in our savior, Jesus Christ, are welcome to celebrate the Lords' Supper with us, you do not have to be a church member, or even Presbyterian!
Special services are held Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Christmas Eve. We participate in an annual interfaith service on the Tuesday preceding Thanksgiving, rotating the house of worship between our Jewish brethren at Temple Shalom, and our Roman Catholic friends at the Immaculate Conception Church. The free will offering donations are offered to the community program "Meals on Wheels", which serves the shut-in community.
Our Deacons meet the first Monday of the month, our Committees meet the third Wednesday of the month, and our Session meets the fourth Wednesday of the month.