Welcome to Our Church!
Welcome to Franklinville United Methodist Church! Contained within these pages is information and updates about the exciting ministry in this South Jersey community. This church is a rapidly growing church which offers a diverse array of ministry opportunities for people of all ages. With obvious joy and infectious enthusiasm, this community of God's people continues to fulfill it's vision of "making disciples for Jesus Christ." The church is very active and involved in a variety of ways in the community. Our various ministries are having an impact in no less than 25 countries around the world. This church is host to 2 chapters of Alcoholics Anonymous, along with 5 different scouting groups. We have a wonderful Bible study taking place outside of the church setting; women's group; Vacation Bible School; Bright Promises, our school and daycare; the gift card and muffin ministries; and a whole lot of other exciting opportunities to engage in and enjoy!
If you are looking for a church where the focus is on relationships; our relationship with God, our relationship with neighbors, and our relationship with each other, then you will feel at home here at the Franklinville Church. If you are looking for a church which is making the community and the world a better place, a church which is making an eternal investment in the lives of people, then welcome home! We are a very warm and welcoming church, accepting people from all walks of life to join us in spreading the Word of God. Please attend one of our services; we'll be glad to assist you and make you feel at home.
We offer two worship services each Sunday, at 8:30am (Casual Praise & Worship led by our Praise Team) and 11:00am (Traditional enjoy your stay at this site and return often. If you have any questions about the exciting ministry at Franklinville United Methodist Church, please call us at (856) 694-0967, or e-mail the pastor at ForRevjb@aol.com.
Thanks for stopping by. God Bless You!
"And He Himself gave some as apostles and some as prophets and some as evangelists and some as shepherds and teachers, for the perfecting of the saints unto the work of the ministry, unto the building up of the Body of Christ...." (Ephesians 4:11 RV)