Greater Framingham Community Church
Founded in 1972, Greater Framingham Community Church is an interdenominational Christian church located in downtown Framingham. The church moved to its current location in 1992, when it purchased the building from the Assembly of God Church. The church is governed by a 12-member council. The spiritual leader of the church is pastor Rev. Dr. J. Anthony Lloyd. Presently, Greater Framingham Community Church is the largest predominantly African-American church in the Metro West area, with a congregation that draws from African, Caribbean and European cultures. It offers educational and cultural programs, youth fellowship, community outreach programs, and assistance to the needy and homeless. The church has multiple music ministries and numerous community partnerships, including with the MetroWest Boys & Girls Club, United Way and Interfaith Clergy Association. Greater Framingham Community Church holds an annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast, a youth conference and an annual writing contest. It also offers a vacation bible school, Sunday school program children's choir, and a youth ministry program. The church holds weekly services on Sundays and Bible Studies on Wednesdays. There are Bible studies programs for men, women, teens and youths.
- Fax: 508-626-0506
- Hours: Sunday School: Sun, 8:45am; Worship Celebration, Sun, 10am; Bible Study: Wed, 12:30pm, 7:30pm.
- Founding Date: 1972
- Parking: On-street: free, On-street: metered
- Denomination: Non-denominational
- Congregation size: 500
- Services: Choir/music programs, Missionary programs, Study groups, Youth programs