FUMC News and Events

Franklin United Methodist Community offers its residents many opportunities for wellness, spiritual growth, mental stimulation and social interaction. These events, clubs, activities, and travel, will often be mentioned in the various news publications that keep our residents and their families informed. In addition, some of our publications just include helpful articles and announcements of interest to our older adult friends.

Read our newsletters, view our calendars and get the latest updates from our community. And please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or need additional information.

Community Weekly – September 8, 2017

Here are the "Goings On" in our FUMC Community this week! Community Council Meeting - 9/12 Wellness Center Classroom Cottagers' Fall Luncheon Joanna Circle of Grace UMC Meeting - 9/20 September Sojourns That Touch of Mink Free Organ Recital Power of Prayer October...

3 Key Signs of Caregiver Burnout

Article by Daily Journal "What exactly is caregiver burnout? It's a debilitating state of physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion that comes about when a caregiver is under extended periods of stress. Caring for an elderly person or someone with serious medical...

Wellness Weekly – Happy September!

September means that most schools are now back in session. Take this as an opportunity to learn something new this month! Learn a new hobby, or read the dictionary or encyclopedia (or Google?) and learn a new fact! Newsletter Highlights: Labor Day Classes School is...

Community Weekly – September 1, 2017

Here are the "Goings On" in our FUMC Community this week! Hoedown - 9/6 Technology Recyclers Men's Club - Digging up your roots 9/6 School Supplies Cottagers' Fall Luncheon September Sojourns Red Hat Society - 9/14 Volunteer needed to deliver newspapers The General...

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Franklin United Methodist Community opened its doors in 1957 as a continuing care retirement community that provides a variety of living options and care choices for retired persons. The long-standing traditions and standards of the United Methodist Church remain a part of our community; however residency is open to persons of all faiths and denominations. We stand committed as a non-profit, faith-based organization willing to serve the needs of our community.