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Do you like to paint? Clean? Cook? Sing? Teach? Organize? Donate? Do you love helping children? The elderly? The homeless? Enjoy the fellowship of others who share your interest in giving back. Look below for new information about the SFPC Annual Fall Bazaar!

• Outreach Mission Opportunities
• Groups that serve inside the church
• Choir
• Deacons
• Elders


Outreach Mission Opportunities

SFPC volunteers work diligently beside others in the community and provide financial support for many. Perhaps the church’s greatest contribution lies in the hearts and minds of its members, as they seek to deepen their Christian faith in service to their neighbors in Frankfort and in the world. 


October is the season for pumpkins, trick or treat, gold and red falling leaves and the SFPC Annual Fall Bazaar

The Bazaar raises money that is donated to SFPC programs, local non-profit organizations and worldwide missions. Unfortunately, like many events this year, we are unable to safely hold the Bazaar in person. So, SFPC Presbyterian Women are offering two innovative ways to raise much-needed funds.

1) Donations to Home Again Consignments. In past years, a big component of the Bazaar has been the indoor yard sale. Don’t dismay! There is still a way to donate your new and gently used furniture and household goods ALL YEAR LONG. SFPC Presbyterian Women now has an account at Home Again Consignments in the shopping center across from Juniper Hill Park. Items can be taken to Home Again Consignments and SFPC PW will receive 40% of the selling price. These profits will provide an ongoing fundraiser in order to provide money to our community. 

There are specific requirements that have to be met before dropping off items. Please read the item policies below and contact Home Again Consignments before taking anything to them. Upon the sale of items donated in the name of SFPC PW, our account will then receive a check from your generous consignments.

Home Again Consignments Item Policy

827 Louisville Road, Frankfort

Call 502-699-2711 to schedule a time to drop off items.

Large items require a photo that can be sent to or texted to 502-330-1175 with a contact number listed.

All items:

  • Must be clean and in good condition
  • Will be examined to determine if saleable
  • All items are priced by Home Again unless otherwise agreed upon
  • The commission to the consignor is 40% of the item’s final selling price

*NOT ACCEPTED: clothing, bedding, appliances, sets of dishes (unless agreed upon), mattresses, box springs, select pictures or entertainment centers.

2) Send a check. The second opportunity to participate is to simply make a donation to SFPC PW. Consider what you would have spent at the Bazaar bake sale, yard sale, lunch and auction baskets and then write a check to SFPC PW with “Bazaar” notated in the memo line. The entire amount, 100%, will go to worthy recipients such as those listed below. Send your checks by November 30 to SFPC, 224 Steele St., Frankfort, KY 40601 Attention: Bazaar.

  • SFPC Youth -Montreat
  • SFPC Flower Fund
  • ACCESS/Soup Kitchen, Men’s Shelter
  • Yes Arts
  • Franklin County Humane Society
  • Kings Center
  • Senior Activity Center
  • Simon House
  • Sunshine Center
  • Women’s Shelter
  • Sunshine Center
  • Church Women United/Franklin County
  • Furlough Home
  • Medical Benevolence Foundation
  • Presbyterian Church World Mission Fund
  • Presbyterian Women/Mid-KY Presbytery
  • Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary Student Fund

Outreach – our largest and most active group – offers opportunities for skilled and unskilled labor(cleaning, painting, furniture assembly, carpentry, etc.) for short-term community, regional and international mission projects, and preparation and cleanup for scheduled community meals.

Here are some of the organizations SFPC supports:
Local missions 
Access Soup Kitchen/Men’s Shelter
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate)
Franklin County Emergency Food Pantry
Franklin County Senior Center
Franklin County Women's Shelter
Habitat for Humanity
King's Daughters Apartments
ROSM (Resource Office for Social Ministries)
Simon House
Sunshine Center
The Kings Center

Regional and National missions 
Bellewood Children's centers
Buckhorn Children's Center
Morris Fork

International missions
Luta and Jeremy Garbat-Welch as our PCUSA mission co-workers in Malawi  
Hope for Tomorrow Children's home in Guatemala

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (world wide)

Does music stir your soul? Our choir practices each Wednesday evening at 7:00 and adds a great deal to our 10:55 Sunday morning worship service.

The members of the board of deacons provide care for members in need, collecting and disbursing certain benevolent monies to specific people or causes, and overseeing the buildings and property of the congregation.

Ruling Elders, together with teaching elders (ministers), exercise leadership, government, spiritual discernment, and discipline and have responsibilities for the life of a congregation as well as the whole church, including ecumenical relationships.

SPFC can now accept donations through our affiliation with the Presbyterian Foundation. When you click the GIVE button above, you will go to a secure server where you can safely make a payment.

Thank you for contributing to the work and ministry of South Frankfort Presbyterian Church.


New to online giving? Here's help!
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"... for God loves a cheerful giver."
2 Corinthians 9:7

If you prefer to contribute by mail, 
please send a check to: 
South Frankfort Presbyterian Church
224 Steele Street
Frankfort, Kentucky  40601.

Thank you!

SFPC Endowment Report for 2018.pdf 

SFPC Endowment Report for 2017.pdf


Many Ways to Give

At SFPC we are blessed with an active congregation that has a rich history of generosity. Gifts of time, talent, resources and money reach out to help those in need within our local community, our nation and our world.  

Here are some ways you can give within SFPC:

* Come to worship service
* Discover SFPC fellowship events
* Go on mission trips
* Participate in outreach activities
* Tithe
* Get involved in an SFPC committee or group
* Help teach a youth Sunday School class
* Go to Sunday School
* Sing in the choir
* Enjoy youth groups
* Contribute to the regular Sunday offering and special offerings
* Donate to the Remembrance Trust Fund
* Give a lifelong gift through an endowment 

Groups that serve inside the church

Budget and Stewardship
Leads stewardship education, annual budget development and tracking, strategic planning, fiscal management and giving/development strategies.

Buildings and Grounds

Oversees building interior and exterior maintenance, repairs and cleanliness, maintaining weekly church signs and minor maintenance and repairs.

Christian Education
Plans adult and youth Sunday school classes and programs, adult care in nursery and children’s church, adult and youth vacation bible school, Montreat and other youth group ministries.  

Develops and guides the SFPC brand and messaging through SFPC website, email, social media, and print media. 


Manages meal preparation and cleanup for Sunday lunches and funeral reception requests, coordinates with Outreach for community mission meals, and ensures basic kitchen supply levels are maintained. Coordinates bulk purchase of basic kitchen supplies.


Formulates employment policies, protocols, annual staff reviews, staff compensation schedule and job descriptions for all church staff. 

Orchestrates worship services, sacraments, liturgists, children sermons, music and seasonal decorations.