On the Table

On the Table is a community engagement initiative sponsored by Franklin Tomorrow with a simple premise: a one-day opportunity for people to gather in small groups around a table with friends, neighbors, colleagues, and maybe even a few people meeting for the first time, to share a meal and have a real conversation about what's important to us. We know that big ideas can spring from small conversations and that people invest in what they help create. 

Franklin Tomorrow is committed to bringing people together to create a more generous, vibrant, and engaged community. As the eighth fastest growing city in the United States, it is important tot plan for the future of Franklin. On the Table provides our community with an opportunity to bring many voices to the table and encourages conversations to share ideas and thoughts for our future.

FPC will be hosting a community conversation during Wednesday Night Live on November 6.
All members of the Franklin community are invited to attend.

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WHO: Anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Franklin

WHAT: Share your ideas about our community and enjoy a meal together

WHEN: Wednesday, november 6, 6:00 to 7:30 pm

WHERE: First Presbyterian Church, 101 Legends Club Lane, Franklin

WHY: Big ideas can spring from small conversations




For more information about the On the Table initiative, visit franklintomorrow.org/onthetable

"The church, because it is the family that believes in hope for new creation,

should be the place in every town and village where new creativity bursts forth for the whole community,

pointing to the hope that, like all beauty, always comes as a surprise."

-N.T. Wright