No, our church does not practice Tongue speaking. Tongues goes back to the tower of Babel (Genesis 11) where God confused the languages of the world. Then in Genesis 12 God called out Abraham to create out of him a (new) great nation. God left the Gentile Nations to our Idolatry. In Acts 1:8 and Acts 2:4-8 is what the Apostles of Israel’s job was to go to all the world after the Holy Spirit gave them the power to speak in the languages of the World. With the fall of Israel, God raised up the Apostle Paul to go the Gentiles (Romans 11:11-15,25) and until the Word of God was complete God gave the church the gift of tongues to spread the gospel to the lost (I Corinthians 13,14). With the completion of God’s Word we continue to spread the gospel of God’s grace without the gift of tongues, but motivated by his love missionaries go to language school to enable themselves to reach those who speak other languages and then to translate the Bible into their languages.
What goes on in the churches today is NOT tongues but gibberish. And they are not practiced the way the Bible says, nor for the reason God gave them when he did.
I know your question could have been asked with a simple yes or no, but I also wanted to explain what the Bible teaches about the subject.