Missions are firmly rooted in the DNA of The Church at West Franklin. As a church plant, we know first-hand the power that comes from believers stepping out in faith to grow the kingdom of God. This is why we’re actively engaged in our community and our world by serving others and sharing Christ with them. You can help us change the world around us.

Short-Term Missions

Each year, many of our members travel here and around the globe on mission journeys, short-term trips to a specific location for the purpose of serving a people group in a particular way. We equip our members to make a real-time contribution during their journey to our ministry partners on the ground to further their ministry. From medical clinics in Brazil to pastor training in Nepal, to sports ministry in London, to hosting a medical clinic in Middle Tennessee through our Medical Dental Unit–as we go and serve, our primary goal is to share the good news of Christ with those we meet and serve.

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Long Term International Missions

Our church sends individuals and families to answer God’s calling to reach make disciples in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and the ends of the earth.

Join us in praying for and sending those who God has called out of our church. Is God calling you to leverage your skillset overseas in order to deliver the gospel to the unreached and unengaged?


Hope For The World

The Church at West Franklin is about one thing: engaging the whole person with the whole gospel of Jesus Christ anywhere, anytime, with anybody. So, it makes sense that we invest our efforts and our resources into making Him known throughout the world.

Through Hope for the World are able to provide financial support to our ministry partners in Middle Tennessee, the U.S., and around the world. These partners are involved in caring for needs, building relationships, and sharing the gospel in their communities every day.

We believe that every person plays a role in these efforts. That’s what makes Hope for the World so special. There is a way for every person in the church to be involved.