We believe our mission is to participate in God's mission to restore Creation and draw people to Christ through ministries of love and reconciliation in our community. Through these ministries and partnerships, our members have the opportunity to become the living presence of Christ in someone’s life. 



Reaching out to our community. We believe it is important to use the gifts and resources of our church community to help our neighbors and church members who need assistance. Our projects focus upon safety and access for persons in their homes, including minor carpentry and home repair, small painting projects, home and yard maintenance and similar activities.

Need assistance?

  • Request a project online with this form. Or, turn in this hard copy to the church office.

Want to serve?

Brian's Brigade

Bring hope to our community through food and friendship. Join us each month to serve food at HOPE Community, a housing community located off Pensacola Street. HOPE houses around 150 people regularly; about 120 are children. Named in honor of Pastor Bob Tindale's son, this ministry brings an energetic friendship to the community.

Want to serve?

  • We serve dinner for about 80 people on the first Thursday of each month. Dinner is served from 5 PM - 5:30 PM. Volunteers ca choose to cook on-site or being a pre-cooked meal. Teams of 4-6 are recommended.

  • Contact Chris Smith at csmith@kumconline.org if you would like to form or join a team.


The Killearn UMC Food Bank

Serve local families in need. A foundational ministry at Killearn UMC, our food bank serves between 75–80 families twice each month by collecting, sorting, packing and delivering food boxes. 

Want to serve?

  • Volunteers meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 1:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall to set up.

  • Volunteers meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at 6 AM in the Fellowship Hall for packing and delivering.

  • Donations of food may be left in the bins located inside or behind the Fellowship Hall.

  • Contact Judy Hodge at foodbank@kumconline.org OR 850-893-1116 ext. 320 for more information on serving, or if you need assistance.

Frenchtown Breakfast

Provide physical and spiritual food with love. This ministry is supported by several churches in Tallahassee, including Killearn UMC. Breakfast is served the first Saturday of each month, in the park directly behind Trinity Missionary Baptist Church. A hearty breakfast, including fresh eggs, pancakes, sausage and more, is served. A message of salvation is presented along with prayer opportunities.

Want to serve?

  • Breakfast is served at 704 W 4th Avenue in Tallahassee on the first Saturday of each month.

  • Check fbip.info for information on our next event, or contact Elizabeth Marschall at emarscha@maclay.org to get involved.

The Living Harvest

Provide a stable environment that gives men an opportunity to rebuild their lives after time in prison. At the core, this is a crime prevention ministry. TLH is a faith-based, 12 Step Residential Christian Recovery Program for men re-entering society from prison. They want to create a stable environment that gives these men the opportunity to rebuild their lives through residential stability, increasing their skill levels and/or income, and obtaining greater moral integrity. They provide spiritual and mental health counseling, addiction education, case management, life and anger management, a safe and clean, alcohol/drug free residential environment, and transportation assistance.

Want to serve?

  • Visit thelivingharvest.org for more information.

  • Shop or donate to the Living Harvest thrift stores located at 4500 W. Shannon Lakes Dr. (Four Oaks Plaza) or 1219 W. Tharpe St.

  • Contact Mary Stimmel for volunteer opportunities at the thrift stores - stimmel04@earthlink.net

Meals on Wheels

Help fill a most basic need by providing hot, nutritious meals to home. Meals on Wheels provides a well-balanced, diet-appropriate meal to homebound seniors, five days a week. Isolated seniors depend on the daily safety check and socialization. The Meals on Wheels program would not be possible without a corps of over 400 volunteers. Last year alone, these volunteers generously delivered 169,366 meals to over 500 homebound seniors in Leon County.

Need assistance?

  • Call Elder Care Services at 850-921-5554, to speak with a counselor about your individual situation and needs.

Want to serve?

MOPS and MOMSnext

Connect with a community of women who gather to laugh, cry and embrace the journey of motherhood. MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) encourages and equips moms of young children to realize their potential as mothers, women and leaders, in relationship with Jesus, and in partnership with the local church. MOMSnext is a similar community designed for meeting the needs of moms with school-aged children.

MOPS has two groups, a virtual group that meets online and an in-person group. The virtual group is full for this school-year. The in-person group has a wait list.

Want to serve?

Pregnancy Help and Information Center

Supporting mothers and fathers emotionally and physically. The PHI Center offers services to women who believe they might be pregnant, those who are pregnant, and those with young children. They assist both mothers and fathers during pregnancy and after the birth of their child in obtaining the emotional and physical necessities for their family. All PHI Center services are free and confidential, regardless of your age, race, or religion.

Want to serve?

The Wesley Foundation

The United Methodist campus ministries supporting Florida State University, Tallahassee Community College and Florida A&M University. The desire of this campus ministry is to make Jesus Christ known to everyone at FSU and TCC. Wesley's Pastor and staff invite students to know that God loves them exactly as they are, by engaging students in family groups, retreats, Wednesday night dinners, and much more.​ The mission of FAMU Wesley Foundation is to inspire, motivate, prepare and conscientiously transform FAMU and the community with the love and teachings of Christ. The FAMU Wesley community is passionate about making an impact through worship, prayer, outreach, service, social justice activism, leadership training, interactive theatre and more.

Want to serve?



The Shadetree Group

Present the whole gospel to the whole person, by affirming and empowering the under-resourced. The Shadetree Group is a missional ministry in Gadsden County, based in Gretna, FL. Their purpose is to affirm the dignity of the under-resourced and empower them to transform their lives and their community, and to share the love of Christ with our brothers and sisters.

Want to serve?

The Madison Youth Ranch

Provide a safe, Christ-centered environment for children to grow and develop healthy relationships. A part of the Florida United Methodist Children's Home, the Madison Youth Ranch houses children and allows them to move forward in developing healthy relationships and overcoming emotional instability.

Want to serve?



Twelve Churches

Equipping and empowering the local Nicaraguan church. We work alongside the local Nicaraguan churches to encourage, train and equip pastors and their congregations. By building a strong foundation of theological teaching and preaching, we believe these congregations and lay leaders will grow in spiritual maturity, empowering them to reach the lost and hurting people in their communities. We believe that lasting change comes from the power of Jesus Christ - not from our own hands. God will work through these churches for the glory of God's Kingdom.

Want to serve?

  • Check out twelvechurches.org for more information on how to get involved, join a team, or provide financial support.

  • Contact Chris Smith for more information, including short-term opportunities with Killearn UMC - csmith@kumconline.org

Iglesia Metodista Barajagua - Our Sister Church

Serve our sister church in Barajagua, Cuba. We send missionary teams to Cuba every year and continue to strengthen a precious friendship with our sister church through worship, fellowship and service.

Want to serve?

  • Opportunities to visit our sister church are organized through the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church.

  • Contact Chris Smith for more information at csmith@kumconline.org

Porch de Salomon

Serve the least of these in Panajachel, Guatemala. Lloyd and Melanie Monroe are missionaries who answered the call of God to Guatemala. Lloyd felt God calling him to ministry, so he sold his business and home, and moved to start this mission geared to minister to out-of-the-box individuals, with an emphasis on short term mission teams, a cafe ministry, humanitarian relief for indigenous families and music.

Want to serve?



Angel Tree

NOVEMBER 15, 2020


Angel Tree, a Prison Fellowship ministry, helps keep children and families connected by providing a way parents in prison can show their love with gifts to their children at Christmas. This year we are asking you to give both a toy and clothes for the child you choose. You can pick up an Angel Tree tag in person one of two ways: in the Courtyard between Sunday worship services, or from a table outside the north side of the Sanctuary from 3 PM - 5 PM. Please maintain social distancing and wear a mask. You may also request a tag online. Bring your wrapped gift to the church on November 29, or drop it by the Church Office during regular office hours. For more information, contact Betty Ann at 850-508-6217.

Alternative Christmas Market



Instead of stressing over the perfect gift for someone, why not honor them with a gift that will be a blessing to others? Your gift through the Alternative Christmas Market will support one of our many ministries that spend all year sharing the true gift of Christmas, the love of Jesus Christ. This year, the market we will be facilitated completely online. You will even be able to print copies of the gift certificates for your loved ones! VISIT THE MARKET HERE: www.givehopekillearnumc.org

The Living Christmas Story

A live production presenting the story of the birth of Christ in Bethlehem. Guests can drive through the scenes in their own vehicles or travel via hayride. This event is a Tallahassee favorite, but unfortunately we will not be hosting it this year, due to Covid-19. We look forward to putting on the Living Christmas Story next Christmas!

Shamrock Scurry 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run

MARCH 6, 2021


Annual 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run benefiting Killearn UMC Missions and local ministry partners. One of Tallahassee's most popular races, an exciting family event! Because of Covid-19, the event may look a little bit different this year. Whether we meet in person and socially distance, or host some sort of online event, the 2021 Shamrock Scurry is happening! Check out shamrockscurry.com for more information.