415 Youth Staff
What We Do
415 Trips & Events
Summer Mission Trips
Chili Cook Off & Silent Auction Fundraiser
Student Requirements and Parent Expectations
Parents & Leaders
Sunday Night Leaders
Sunday School Leaders
Wednesday Night Live
Other Ways to Lead
4th Book in the NT
The Gospel of John is the 4th book in the New Testament and is all about sticking by what we know is right.
The 15 points to the 15th Chapter in the book of John where we see that Jesus offers us the greatest love of all.
Franklin First UMC 415 Youth is all about relationships. Many times our faith is developed and deepened through relationships. The most important relationship is the one we have with Jesus.
Jesus is the source of life, joy
Jesus is the cornerstone for every other relationship.
We love others because God loves us first. We strive to love others the way God loves us: fully and unconditionally.
Christ-centered relationships with peers and adults are key factors in developing a lasting faith.
Jesus did the unexpected, so should we. We live in a way that is contrary to the normal standard.
In a world where normal isn't working, give living weird a chance.
Join us on Sundays for THRIVE or ROOTS. Each program is designed to help our youth learn about Jesus and grow in their faith. Each program provides different ways to
Are you interested in a deeper study of faith? Do you want to meet within a smaller group of youth and adults? Join us on Wednesdays from 6:30-7:30.
Sunday Nights are FUN! We meet once a month in the youth area to eat, play games, worship, and do group life. It's a great way to meet new people!
Up to the Minute News
2019.05-26 - 2019.07.28 - SUMMER SUNDAYS
For Whom: All Youth & Sunday Morning Leaders Description: This summer we want you to
2019.06.02-06 - HIGH SCHOOL MISSION TO MARVELL, ARKANSAS
For Whom: High School Youth (Youth Currently in 9th-12th) Description: We are returning to Marvell,
2019.06.23-28 - MIDDLE SCHOOL MISSION TO MEMPHIS, TN
For Whom: Middle School Youth (Currently in 7th and 8th) Description: Middle schoolers are invited