More than sparrows

New 2021 Bible Studies Starting This Month!
If you are making spiritual growth a priority this year, join one of our great new studies!  You’ll connect with others and gain a deeper understanding through various perspectives.  Details and registration information here.

Journey Together: The Epic of Eden, Ruth  |  Wednesdays, 10:30 am, Zoom

More Than Sparrows Women’s Bible Study  |  Wednesdays, 9:30 am, Zoom

Seeing the Holy in the Ordinary  |  Wednesdays, 7:00 pm, Zoom

Deep Waters: The Wisdom, The Spirituality, The Prophetic Word of Howard Thurman for Our Lives and Times
Wednesdays, 6:30 pm, Zoom

Prayer for Peace

Prayer for Peace – Guided Meditation

“The first and best thing we can do in these days to bring peace to our world is to pray.” – Rev. Edward Payson

Continue to pray for our country – its leaders and all its citizens. If you would like to use the guided meditation made available on January 8, you may access it here.

Career Connect Masterclass Tuesdays in the Boardroom

Masterclass Series: Tuesdays in the Boardroom
Tuesdays, Beginning January 26, 4:00 pm, Zoom

“The content is great, but the conversation is transformational.”

Each quarter, we will offer a networking masterclass that offers valuable coaching and spiritual support to those navigating career transition. Move from feeling lost to connecting with others on the same journey.
For more information, visit or contact Leslie Watkins at

The Greatest Commandment Worship Series

This month we will consider Jesus’ answer to the question put to him by a lawyer: “Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?” If we can come to understand Jesus’ answer and then live it out in our lives, we will be well on our way to being the persons he calls us to be.  Rev. Bill Britt preaching.

Sunday, January 24, 2021
Love Your Neighbor As Yourself  |  Mark 12:28-31
RSVP for in-person here

Sunday, January 31, 2021
Being a Good Neighbor  |  Luke 10:25-37
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The Greatest Commandment Worship Series
It Will Be All of Us
    Today we come to the close of an extraordinary week. On Monday, we commemorated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a national holiday and day of service. At historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter’s House church in Dallas, Texas offered the keynote address for the King Day festivities. He rhetorically asked, “Who will step forward to take the place of Dr. King and slay the giants of systemic racism, economic opportunity for all, homelessness, mental health struggles and anxiety, and a host of others that threaten our communities?” Then, answering his own question, he observed, “There will never be another Martin….It will not be one of us, but all of us!” And he’s right. 
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    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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