Franklin FUMC hosts bazaar auction

Franklin FUMC hosts bazaar auction

When it comes to staying the course, First United Methodist Church (FUMC), Franklin has a long history of supporting those in need in Macon County (and beyond) through its mission projects and fundraisers.  

As a kickoff to this year’s 35th bazaar, FUMC has added another component and shopping opportunity to benefit mission funding: the Bazaar Auction.  

The auction will be held on from 5:30-7 p.m. Friday, June 28, in Memorial Hall at First United Methodist Church, in Franklin located at 66 Harrison Ave.

In addition, the community is invited to come out the night before, Thursday, June 27, starting at 6 p.m., to preview items in the auction prior to the Mountain Voices Concert that starts at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary.

From items for recreation to services and trips, from household items to family treasures, the Bazaar Auction has something for everyone, and all proceeds received will be designated for missions.

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