Our heart at FBCTLH is to live for Christ and Love Tallahassee! What does it mean to neighbor our city for Christ? Through our ministry partnerships, we want our members to get involved outside our walls and serve the city.

  • Florida Baptist Children's Home — Supplies

    When: Monthly

    For the month of December, we will join the Children’s Home in providing hand lotion, Chapstick, tissues with lotion, and Children’s Bibles (anything from Board Book Bible Stories for babies to Children’s Adventure Bibles for Elementary School Children).

    Collection bins are in the College Avenue foyer, the Welcome Center, by the elevator on the first floor of the Adams building, and in the main office.

  • Visitations

    Every Monday morning (9:30AM), a group meets at the church to take flowers to our elderly and homebound members. We are always in need of more volunteers!

    Contact: Rhonda Smith

  • Media/Technical Ministry

    Have you ever wanted to learn how to operate a TV camera or the sound board for a worship service? Here is your chance! The media ministry is looking for volunteers who are interested in advancing the message of Christ through audio and video technologies. Training will be provided; the only requirement is a willingness to serve joyfully!

    Contact: Email now

  • A Full Summer

    When: June 2017

    A FULL SUMMER is a food-packaging event that will bring together volunteers to pack meals for the hungry and food-insecure in our local area. This is an extraordinary event of giving and caring where neighbors, congregations, memberships, work groups, and communities can participate and extend love to those in need!

    Contact: Becky Liner

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  • Springtime Tallahassee

    When: April 2017

    We’re excited to be able to #IMPACTthecity once again during Springtime Tallahassee!

    Contact: Becky Liner

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  • Bedtime Stories for At-risk Children

    When: Mon

    On Mondays, from 7-8 pm at 2729 W Pensacola St, we sing songs and read stories to at-risk kids to help get them settled for bed. HOPE Community is a residential facility with support services for homeless families with children and homeless single women. They provide food and shelter for up to 140 people at a time, giving residents the option to stay for up to six months, while working on individual goals to work their way into stable housing. In the last seven years, more than 1,200 HOPE Community residents have moved out into stable housing of their own (including 500 children).

    Contact: Aaron Brooks

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