Upcoming Events

The Southern Conference All Staff Retreat
August 21, 2014
The Franklinton Center at Bricks will host “The Southern Conference all staff meeting, August 21-22nd. The purpose of the Southern Conference all staff meeting is to equip and empower the staff for effective ministry. They will be taking time out for spiritual refreshment by eliminating all distractions from each and every staff person to allow the Lord to work in a multitude of places within our lives. They will, also, use this time to do some strategic and operational planning and to do team building. Their main devotion is to Retreat, Reflect and Renew”.

Enhancing Profitability and Sustainability of Small Socially Disadvantaged Producers
September 24, 2014
On Wednesday, September 24, 2014, the Franklinton Center at Bricks will be hosting a FREE work shop for minority farmers and non-farmers. The workshop is designed to educate local farmers in the region on how to Make More Money for their Produce, and Direct Selling Tactics.

Regeneration Development Community Youth Garden/ Peer Learning Historical Tour
October 4, 2014
Franklinton Center at Bricks will host the Regeneration Development Group Inc. on Saturday, October 4, 2014. Regeneration is a Community Development (Non-Profit) Organization striving to assist individuals, and the family unit in acquiring and maintaining their social, educational, and economic independence.

African American Women in Ministry 2014 Conference
October 9, 2014
The African American Women in Ministry conference is designed for women in all phases of ministry, ordained, commissioned, in discernment, and licensed in varied ministry settings within the United Church of Christ and in other faith and traditions.

Enhancing Profitability and Sustainability of Small Socially Disadvantaged Producers
October 23, 2014
On Thursday, October 23, 2014, the Franklinton Center at Bricks will be hosting a FREE work shop for minority farmers and non-farmers. The workshop is designed to educate local farmers in the region on how to “Keeping Your Produce Fresh from the Garden to the Table”