Men's Bible Study

The Men's Bible Study meets at  7:30 a.m. on Saturdays in the library.  The class was founded circa 2000 by Gail White.  Fisherman's Guide lesson plans are used and a Facilitator coordinates the lesson including matters of Theological or Historic interest concerning Bible books selected from the Old and New Testaments. 


Contact

Hugh Dupree (hughjdupree@gmail.com)

Duke Ellis (familyellisd@att.net)

Mom's book study

Join us for a Women's Book Club.  Women of all ages can discuss recent books.  They meet the last Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. in the church parlor and at 7 p.m. in someone's home. Two opportunities for the same book.



Contact

Kim Joiner (kjoiner@fpcfranklin.org)


Growth Groups

Growth Groups are small groups that meet in members' homes or at church. New groups form each fall and spring and meet for a couple months. This past spring groups met weekly from February 24 - April 13 and read Entering the Passion of Jesus by Amy-Jill Levine.


Growth Groups provide a time of connection with others and with God as we will spend time getting to know each other, discussing the book, and praying for one another each week. We hope you will prayerfully consider joining a group.


Contact

Anne Keener (akeener@fpcfranklin.org)

Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women meet each month (September through May) for inspiration and fellowship through Bible study  and involvement in various types of service.


They meet on the second Tuesday of each month, 9:45 - 10:45 a.m., in the church parlor. Study leader is Nancy Faye Williams.


Contact

Betty Willoughby (615-794-1131)


GOOD News for All:

the Gospel of Luke

led by Pastor Chris

Barr Conference Room

Wednesdays beginning January 23

10:30 A.M. - Noon

 

Good News for All: The Gospel of Luke

Kerygma Bible study

 

Luke's Gospel is uniquely inclusive, involving all people. The Good News is for the outcast and the establishment, for the religious and those searching. Luke speaks to women, to men, to the strong and healthy, to the weak and dispossessed. Its relevance today inspires faith, spirituality, and action.

  

Come join us. All are welcome to attend. The class begins at 10:30 in Room 211 Barr Conf. Room. Join for informal conversation and coffee in the parlor at 9:30 a.m.