Music of the people; prayers of the saints. Don’t miss Liturgical Folk on Saturday, November 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Franklin First UMC Historic Sanctuary.
Liturgical Folk is a sound of liturgical renewal. It is a vision of something refreshingly old for churches that have grown tired of the same new thing.
Liturgical folk is a new category of music, pairing historic church language with modern, folk melodies, tapping into sounds and forms of worship already resident in a community and culture. This music breaks through today’s chaos and clutter with something approachable and haunting, simple and deep.
Liturgical Folk comes out of the Anglican tradition, but is meant to inspire and refresh all saints, where ever they may be on their journey, and to resource the church with what we have discovered deep in its bones and prayer books. This event is in partnership with Franklin’s Luminous Parish.