Welcome

We Pledge to be a home for one another and welcome new friends into God’s house to go with us on this great adventure.

We are Emmanuel Episcopal Church of Franklin

Upcoming Events & Services
Regular Sunday Services:

8:00 am – In person Communion Service in the Sanctuary. Quiet spoken service without  Music  (for those unvaccinated; face mask are strongly encouraged. Optional for all others)

9:00 am — Sunday School for Adults. (for those unvaccinated; face mask are strongly encouraged. Optional for all others)

10:00 am – In person Communion Service in the Sanctuary with  Music and Singing. (for those unvaccinated; face mask are strongly encouraged. Optional for all others)

 9:00 am-      Sunday School for Children (During the School Year) 

Midweek Services:

Morning Prayer @ 9:00 am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (on hold during pandemic)

This Week at Emmanuel:   August 2nd thru August 8th

Sunday– August 8th–

8:00 am – In person Communion Service in the Sanctuary. A quiet, spoken service(for those unvaccinated; face mask are strongly encouraged. Optional for all others)

9:00 am – In person adult Sunday School in the Fellowship Hall.  (for those unvaccinated; face mask are strongly encouraged. Optional for all others)

10:00 am – In person Communion Service in the Sanctuary with Music and Singing. (for those unvaccinated; face mask are strongly encouraged. Optional for all others)

 Father J. Scott Baker presiding

During August  10:00 Services we will celebrate Holy Eucharist using Prayer Books Editions  going back to 1549 .  Copies of the service will be handed out by the Ushers

August 8— Holy Eucharist from the 1552/1559 Book of Common Prayer
August 15— Holy Eucharist from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer
August 22— Holy Eucharist from the first American Book of Common Prayer
August 29— Holy Eucharist from the 1928 Book of Common Prayer

 

Office Hours

•Tuesday – Friday: 10:00am to 2:00pm

We do our best to be the Body of Christ
in today’s world through

Worship and prayer

Together as a congregation, individually in our homes, and publicly in God’s world.  

Forgiveness and Healing

In our church, among our families and friends, and throughout our community.  

Faith-building

Patterning our minds after the mind of Christ, with each household a community of faith and each gathering a cherished opportunity to share and grow in Christ.

Hospitality

Treasuring everyone who comes our way, striving to be faithful friends and working to help all in need.

Good Citizenship

Both of the Kingdom of God and the governments of this world, seeking justice, peace and dignity for all people.

Caretakers of God's Creation

Thankful for all of God’s blessings, showing reverence for creation, and living every day mindful of our duty to God.