Temple Terrace Community Church
We don't change God's message -- His message changes us!
News & Updates

Welcome, Visitors!

If you have wandered onto this website but don't know our church and would like to, here is some information that we hope will encourage you to visit our church.

What Temple Terrace
Community Church Offers

Worship Services:
Sunday mornings from 11 am to 12 noon.

Notice: July 1, through August 26, we will be worshipping in the Historic Chapel -- at the corner of Inverness and Woodmont.
We also celebrate Holy Communion, open to all worshipers, on the first Sunday of every month.

Special Worship Services: St. Valentine's Sunday, Ash Wednesday, Lenten services, Easter, Advent Sundays, Christmas Eve, and Member Recognition Sunday (twice a year). Other special days of the Church Year (e.g. Pentecost) and the 'cultural and national calendars' (e.g. Mother's Day and Independence Day) are also recognized for their significance in our lives.

Sunday School Program: Adult Sunday School is held in the Church Social Hall after the morning service. Come join us for learning and a light lunch from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.


Children's Church: A program for children is provided in the Church Parish Hall during the morning worship service. The children participate in the 11:00 a.m. worship service and are dismissed for the Children's Church after the children's message given by the pastor.


For Children and Youth: Our church continues to host scouting programs, including Brownies and Girl Scouts.


Nursery: The Delbert Miller nursery room is available for parents with infants or young children. This room is located at the back of the main sanctuary and provides a secluded space with full view and sound of the worship service.


For Women: Our "WOW" (Women of Wonder) group meets several times a year and plans programs that benefit the entire congregation. Among the activities sponsored by WOW are potluck lunches and dinners, rummage sales, church clean-up, refurbishing crews, and yard clean-ups. Click on "News" for more information on church activities.


Dining Disciples: Once a month a couple of members of our congregation hold a dinner (with a pre-set menu) in their homes for 8-10 members. Everyone participating brings an item from the menu; the host provides the meat/fish/chicken dish. This has turned out to be a wonderful way to build community.

Outreach: There are opportunities throughout the year to assist the needy of our community by contributing clothing and food to service organizations such as The Spring (domestic violence shelter) and Metropolitan Ministries. Invalid equipment and accessories (e.g. crutches, wheelchairs) are available for loan.