On the first Sunday of 2018, Pastor started talking about Unity in the Spirit. This is a very important theme for our growth as the body of Christ. The early church learned to work together as one body, with all of the members playing different parts in order to further the work of the Kingdom of God. In 2018, we still need to learn this lesson - each of us is important and has a part to play. Please join us as we learn about why we were created, and why we are meant to learn and grow together to advance God's Kingdom! Sunday mornings at 10 in the Sanctuary for Traditional, or 11 at The Fellowship.
Our Wednesday Night Dinner and Discipleship Classes are back! Please contact the church office to sign up - dinner starts at 5:30 and discipleship starts at 6:30 in the Fellowship Hall. Join us!!
Our Annual Summer Camp begins June 4th, and WE NEED YOU!! If you have a little time on Tuesdays and/or Fridays, YOU could serve with us at Summer Camp!
Please contact the church office if you can help, or contact Yvette Moore at 989-0111 or by email at email@example.com.
TTUMC PRESCHOOL NEWS -
TTUMCPS HAS JOB OPENINGS!
WE NEED VOLUNTEERS!!
We are looking for volunteers to come in and read to our children on Thursday mornings, and/or to greet parents Tuesday - Friday afternoons. If you are available and would like to help, please contact Yvette Moore at 813-989-0111.
We are absolutely THRILLED to welcome Adam Woodard as our new Minister of Youth! Our youth ministry will meet on Sunday mornings between 10AM - 11AM in building 200, and then stay for worship at The Fellowship at 11AM. All are invited!!
In response to Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, UMCOR is providing assistance to those in need. To join in their effort, we are assembling hygiene/health kits and cleaning kits.
For detailed assembly instructions please click here:
For more information on how you can help, please contact the church office. You can also click on the following link - www.umcor.org - for more information about UMCOR.
Welcome! We can't wait to introduce you to our community and tell you about all the good things God is doing in our church family. No matter where you've come from and where you are on your spiritual journey, we want to come alongside you - to inspire, equip and encourage you to live out a life that will bring glory to God and be a blessing to the world.
Being an instrument of hope to our community starts with our family. "Living in Community" means walking side by side through the ups and downs of life. It's more than simply going to church on Sunday - it's knowing that you've got a family to share in your victories, and to pick you up when life knocks you down. One of the best ways to get involved in our community is to attend our Discipleship Classes or small groups - this gives you a chance to get to know your church family better in a smaller, more personal environment.
Our Sunday morning worship services provide an opportunity to for all of us to honor God with our prayers, our presence, our gifts and our service. This is not only a time of praise and worship, but it can also be a time of reflection as we hear God's word and learn to apply it in our daily lives. Because our community is diverse, we offer different types of worship to allow our family to hear the word in a setting that is meaningful for them. Our Traditional Worship Service begins in the sanctuary at 10am, and The Fellowship offers contemporary worship in the Fellowship Hall at 11am.
Our Children's Ministry is truly a highlight of what we offer at Temple Terrace UMC. We meet every child where they are and we teach them God's word in a loving environment. We offer Sunday School beginning at 10am on Sundays, with Children's Choir rehearsals starting at 11:15 on Sunday mornings. Check out the link below for more information on our Children's Ministry.
At Temple Terrace UMC, we recognize the importance of having a positive influence in the lives of our children as early as possible. Our Preschool allows us to partner with children and their families to prepare them for their educational future with a loving, positive focus in a Christ-centered environment.
CNIC is a non-profit corporation and operates exclusively for education and charitable purposes. The purpose of this corporation is to improve the economic, education, and social condition of the residents of the Temple Terrace community and surrounding areas. Their most recent project was TEEN TIME TALK, a workshop offered for young adults about the power of choices.
We believe that financial giving is a way God has called us to worship Him. Some churches tend to be shy in asking for donations to keep ministry going. We believe in absolute transparency with our finances, understanding that people in the past tend to second guess where their money goes when they give it to a church. We believe that having you see our spending will encourage you to give more, and make more of an impact in this world for the gospel.
MORE INFORMATION TO COME