WELCOME TO PEACHTREE ROAD

Come experience the warm, faith community that we call home. We have opportunities to be together in prayer, service and fellowship every day.
Visit us in person and enjoy the people and ministries that make us who we are.  Plan your visit here.

Lynn Banks, Faithful Servant
Thanks largely to the passion and vision of Lynn Banks, PRUMC celebrates 20 years of mission trips to the nation of Georgia, providing hope, education, and essentials to children in [...]
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Animal Photos Up!
“We meet wonderful people, but lose them in our busyness. We’re, as the saying goes, all over the place. Steadfastness, it seems, is more about dogs than about us. One [...]
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Fill the Pantry
Each fall, PRUMC helps fill the food pantry at BCM so Atlanta’s working poor can feed their families. Grocery bags with a list of needed items will be handed out [...]
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FIND PEACE AND PURPOSE

IN OUR CARING, FAITH COMMUNITY

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.

Rose Window
We Don’t Do It Solo!
Volunteers needed to trick out their trunks for our annual Trunk or Treat and Halloween Extravaganza! Join this friendly competition and decorate with the theme of your choice. We'll provide [...]
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Hope Class Starts 10.23
In preparation of Dr. Tom Long's "Hope" forum on November 10, Rev. Carolyn Stephens offers a short study of his book What Shall We Say, which addresses innocent suffering and [...]
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A Pure Heart Sees God
You have heard the saying, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Well, according to Jesus, so is God. All we need to do is keep the heart pure. [...]
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WORSHIP REWIND

Blessed…Even When You Can’t Let Go of Your Anger
On Sunday we explored several levels of mercy — sympathy, empathy, and loving kindness. Ultimately, we discovered that to live mercifully is to to work for justice, knowing that there is no peace in your own life until there is peace in the lives of all. "Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy."
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