Guest Information


Directions and Parking


To reach 1st Baptist of Franklin, turn onto 11th St. from Liberty St. and then turn left onto Buffalo St.  The parking lot is directly across from the playground.



Parking is available in our lot off of Buffalo St. (behind the church, across from the 11th St. playground and Sanders Market).  Overflow parking is available at either Sanders or the Crawford and Fitch Dr.'s office lots.



Click on the following link to see the Google Street View of the parking lot from Buffalo St.
Church Parking Lot Street View

Click on the following link to see the Google Street View of the intersection of 11th and Liberty, the church parking lot is behind the church on Buffalo, just turn onto 11th and go past Sheetz to the end of the block and turn left.
Intersection of Liberty and 11th Street View

Service Times and Nursery

Greeters will be at the parking lot entrance from 10:00 to 10:45.

Free coffee, juice, and donuts are available from 10:00 until 10:40 in Clark Hall (to the left after entering the rear entrance from the parking lot).

The Sunday morning worship service begins at 10:45 and ends at noon.

Nursery is available during the worship service, all of our workers have undergone background checks.  To sign a child in, please arrive a few minutes before the service and proceed to the nursery.

Junior Church is available during the worship service for children up through the 8th grade, it includes a Bible story, crafts, and a snack.  The Junior Church room is connected to the nursery.  

All are welcome

Our Worship service is a blend of contemporary music (utilizing iworship videos), choruses with our praise team, and traditional hymns.  Pastor Powell preaches from the NIV, but all Bible translations are welcome.  Anyone who wishes to join us for worship from any church background will be warmly welcomed, and certainly those with no church background will be even more welcome to join us.  Our guests will not be singled-out for anything other than a warm hand-shake from our pastor, greetings from our people, and a heart-felt invitation to come back anytime.

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