Mission Partners

West Franklin desires to be "A church the city of Franklin loves.”  We believe that Jesus instructed the church to reach out and make a difference for Christ in our community. We are involved with several ministries nationally and internationally, below we have listed just a few.


  • GraceWorks

    GraceWorks Ministries provides immediate and long-term resources to neighbors in need. In Williamson County, they have become a central place to send people who need help with food, clothing and financial assistance.

    At West Franklin, we partner with GraceWorks to help behind as well as in front of the scenes. From sorting food pantry items to helping with financial assistance, we can do more together than we can separate. 

    If you would like to volunteer with GraceWorks you can email them at info@graceworksministries.net.

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  • Room in the Inn

    Every other Thursday night from November through March the members of West Franklin unite to provide a warm meal and safe place to sleep for 12 homeless men. Help is needed in the kitchen, doing laundry, making up beds, and cleaning up on Friday.

    Donations of jeans, sweat pants, hoodies, coats, warm hats, and gloves are accepted. Look for the Room In the Inn donation box in the foyer. For more information, contact us.

  • Path Project

    The Path Project is a ministry that provides tutoring, life skills, and language help to children in the Franklin Estates neighborhood. Originally begun under Graystone Church in Atlanta to reach out to at-risk children, we have joined with Path Project to provide this ministry in our own backyard.

    Path project meets at the Franklin Estates Clubhouse, 700 West Meade Blvd. Franklin TN. There is something for everyone to help out with so, no special skills are necessary. If you’re interested in volunteering contact Path Project's Program Director Melinda Hollandsworth.

  • Begin Anew

    Begin Anew empowers individuals to overcome the obstacles caused by poverty by providing education, mentoring, and resources.

    Begin Anew serves the Middle Tennessee area through five locations in Nashville, Madison, and Franklin, TN. The program provides three curriculum tracks for students: High School Equivalency test preparation, Computer and Job Skills, and Life Skill English. Enrollment in our services is open to persons of all faiths and culture.

    Click here to learn more about volunteer opportunities with Begin Anew.

  • Franktown Open Hearts

    We operate based on a mission to "be Jesus" to Williamson County's inner-city youth.

    Our goal is to bring physical and spiritual hope to low-income youth within our community by instilling in them critical life skills. We provide academic assistance, mentoring, recreation and spiritual growth opportunities for youth ages 8-18 in the form of weekly educational and vocational classes.

    Click here to register as a volunteer with Franktown Open Hearts.