At the Movies Sermon Series

Summer in the City: At the Movies

Sunday, July 25  |  Rev. Bill Britt
8:30 & 11:15 am, Sanctuary
Luke 10:25-37
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Join us for fellowship, beloved hymns and a new sermon series that will reflect upon the themes of some of our favorite films. Not only were each of these a box office success, but they also offered a positive look at some important social issues we confront: our common bond as human beings, racial reconciliation, and striving for justice. Be sure to join us for “Film and Foodie” night to watch before we worship. We look forward to seeing you “At the Movies!”


Film & Foodie Night

This Friday, July 23, Grace Hall

Join us for the final film screening as part of our “At the Movie” worship series in July. You are welcome to bring a meal or picnic dinner to Grace Hall starting at 6:30 pm.

Enjoy free cookies and popcorn on us while we watch A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood starting at 7:00 pm. (Please note dinner will no longer be offered) Register here.

Called Church Conference

Called Church Conference

This Sunday, July 25, 10:00 am, Sanctuary

On behalf of our district superintendent at the request of the church’s Board of Trustees, we have been authorized to hold a Called Church Conference in the sanctuary on Sunday, July 25, at 10:00 am for the purpose of voting on the Trustees’ plan to construct two new parsonages on property the church currently owns on West Shadowlawn Avenue.

Information about this project can be found here. Please plan to be present this Sunday for the brief church conference.

Worship Volunteer Opportunities

The Flower Guild Needs You!
The ministry of the Flower Guild enhances our worship through the beauty of flowers. New members will work alongside more experienced ones, who are eager to share their talent and fellowship! For more information, contact Co-Chairpersons Elizabeth Reinhardt at or Pablo Mejias at

The Sanctuary Guild Needs You!
The ministry of the Sanctuary Guild maintains the pews in the Sanctuary and Chapel. The guild ensures that they are refreshed and restocked each week with necessary items. The commitment is flexible – about one hour per month, your choice of day. Schedule to enjoy quiet reflection, or beautiful music during rehearsal times. For more information contact Chairperson Cathy Ward at



Peachtree Road United Methodist Church seeks to help the people of Atlanta find their peace and their purpose within a Christian community.

Our vision is to be a place of inspiration for all people so they may realize their potential in serving others; and in doing so, become leaders and exemplify the principles of our Christian faith.

Here, all are welcome to join in the worship of God, the fellowship of this community, and the ministry of outreach. Regardless of your age, orientation, income, politics, color or creed, you are welcome in this place.

We believe that every person on every path can lead as well as serve, and in doing so find inclusion and fulfillment. Peachtree Road United Methodist Church is a church for all the people of Atlanta and we hope you will be a part.

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