Come as you are – meet God where you are –  our God is ready to do a whole new thing in and through all of us –  all for God – Come on in! Choose from three opportunities each Sunday and one on Wednesday evenings:

  • 8:30 AM – A full service that includes an opportunity for communion each week in a traditional worship setting. Childcare is provided during this service if desired.
  • 9:45 AM – This is our contemporary worship time, which features a live praise band. We offer communion on the first Sunday of each month – there is Sunday school/Christian Education for children during this time as well as nursery care.
  • 11:00 AM – Our second traditional service of the day includes communion on the first Sunday each month.  This service also features children’s worship (for ages 3 through 2nd grade), which begins in the sanctuary with a short message just for them. They are then led downstairs to complete their own worship time activities. Parents are asked to sign their children out from that location at the close of the sanctuary worship.  Nursery care for our little ones is also an option during this service.
  • 6:15-7:30 PM –  “Midweek Refuel” – this is a time to recharge–body, mind, and soul.  Family-friendly, interactive worship, using prayer stations and worship videos. It features  upbeat children’s music as well as contemporary and traditional music.  We will begin our time of worship by sharing dinner together. All are welcome.  The food will be family-friendly, plentiful, and free.

About Child Safety at Franconia Church:

It is important for you to know that we take the care of your little ones seriously. Those who work with our children are safety-trained and our child safety policy is in place at all times.

Just remember, your kids are welcome, wiggles and all. Your entire family is welcome at Franconia, and regardless of their ages, all may participate in all aspects of our service. For your convenience, we do have a staffed nursery during Sunday school and worship services, but infants and toddlers are also welcome to stay in church if their parents prefer that.


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