Welcome to Tallahassee Heights UMC.
We are a fellowship of believers declaring the glory of the Lord and celebrating Jesus as King.
We study the Bible, practice what we learn, and grow together. Together, we strive to be the people God is calling us to be.
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8:45 - Contemporary Worship
9:45 Sunday School
11:00am - Traditional Worship
5:00pm - Fellowship Dinner
6:30pm - Discipleship Classes
(these are currently postponed)
3004 Mahan Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32308
Office: M-F, 9am-3pm
4:30pm -Food Distribution
(Currently a Drive-thru distribution
We partner with a state-wide food
distribution agency and local businesses
to put food into the hands of families
and individuals in our community.
You can serve by donating food items,
sorting or distributing.
Contact Elaine Barrow for more information on volunteering or donating 850.545.0535
Lent is a season of forty days, not counting Sundays, which begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Saturday. Lent comes from the Anglo Saxon word lencten, meaning “lengthen” and refers to the lengthening days of spring. The forty days represents the time Jesus spent in the wilderness, enduring the temptation of Satan and preparing to begin his ministry.
Lent is a time of repentance, fasting and preparation for the coming of Easter. It is a time of self-examination and reflection. In the early church, Lent began as a period of fasting and preparation for baptism by new converts and then became a time of penance by all Christians. Today, Christians focus on relationship with God, growing as disciples and extending ourselves, often choosing to give up something or to volunteer and give of ourselves for others.
Sundays in Lent are not counted in the forty days because each Sunday represents a "mini-Easter." This is why you will see the designation "Sunday in Lent" rather than "Sunday of Lent" in the naming of these Sundays. On each Lord's Day in Lent, while Lenten fasts continue, the reverent spirit of Lent is tempered with joyful anticipation of the Resurrection.