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Our Story

Four Oaks began as a Bible study in a small Tallahassee apartment 1990. Nearly three later, the vision that birthed the church continues to form and fuel us: the good news of Jesus changes everything.

Our journey together has gathered us in homes, storefronts, warehouses, cafeterias, and rented auditoriums as we’ve sought to learn the ways of Jesus Christ together. We now exist in three unified, interdependent congregations throughout Tallahassee. Convinced that vibrant local congregations are critical to the faith of believers and the flourishing of a city, Four Oaks exists to treasure, grow, and go in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

 
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Worship

We have four worship services on Sundays, two at Killearn at 9:00 am and 11:00 am, and two at Midtown, at 9:00 am and 10:45 am. In our worship you’ll find passionate congregational singing, a relaxed atmosphere, and preaching from God’s word. 4Oaks Kids for infants through fourth grade, a special needs class* (G.E.M.S., or "God's Extraordinary Miracles"), and 4Oaks Students for 5th-8th grades, is staffed by trained, screened workers.

Please note that the special needs class is held during the second service at the Killearn Congregation only as requested. Contact Emily Brannon for information.

 
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Preaching

At Four Oaks Community Church, we are committed to faithfully preaching God's word. We believe that God uses expository preaching to change us, meet us, and encourage us. Our normal method of preaching is what is called expository, which simply means that we preach through entire books of the Bible, verse by verse. Of course, there are times when we do topical sermons as well, but the normal pattern is faithful expository preaching.

 
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Sacraments

The sacraments of the Lord's Supper and Baptism are vital means of grace in the life of every Christian, and as such, we take them very seriously. We regularly join together on Sunday mornings to participate in the Lord's Supper, and we celebrate the baptism of Christians on a regular basis.