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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Join Us For Worship
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 Hours: 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 Debbie Pottorff
What comes to mind when you consider the term “Father’s Day?” Time
spent with family reminiscing what wonderful things your dad did for
you growing up? How he worked to love, guide, protect and provide foryou? Is the first thing that comes to mind perhaps the Sunday
celebration of “Father’s Day” where you take/took the time to travel to
his house and present to him your gifts of love, gratitude, and
appreciation? Maybe it’s a special meal as you and your siblings all
gather around the same table to eat, enjoy, and celebrate? Now,
granted, for some, there may be a far sadder stigma attached to
“Father’s Day” because their dads were somewhat less of a father than
God desires that they should have been.
However, no matter what it is that may come to mind for you when you
hear the term “Father’s Day,” one thing is for sure: If you are a blood bought and adopted child of the living God (Gal. 3:26-27), your perfect,loving, and adoring heavenly Father is certainly worth celebrating every day in every way – but especially and in a special way on this, His special, “Father’s Day!” He brought us forth because He wanted, and it was His will to have us (Jms. 1:18). Every good thing we have is from Him (Matt. 7:7-11, Jms. 1:17). Every good thing heaven has to offer we have been given by our heavenly Father in Christ Jesus (Eph. 1:3-10). He guides, provides, nurtures, protects, strengthens, comforts, leads, teaches, matures, directs and disciplines us – all for our own good, growth, and godliness. But He does so with mercy, pity, and compassion, remembering our frailties (Ps. 103:8-14). He is truly “our God and Father, who has loved us and given us everlasting consolation and good hope by grace” (2 Thess. 2:16). You see, after all He’s done for us, our heavenly Father is far too special to celebrate only occasionally or annually. Every first day of the week is our heavenly Father’s Day! Let us be determined not to miss it for the world!
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