Welcome to Peachtree Road United Methodist Church. All are invited to join in the worship of God and the fellowship of this faith community. We are grateful for your presence and hope you will join us in person to experience our sacred spaces and welcoming congregation. Our hope is to offer a warm, caring community that you can call home.
You Sing, I Sing…It’s Almost Time for Choir!
We’re so excited for your children and youth to join us in making new friends, learning great music, and having fun new experiences. Our 2023 children’s musical, Are We There Yet?, will be a contemporary look at Moses and the exodus, including the plagues (which feel very contemporary at the moment…)! Our Doxology Youth Choir will kick off with a pool party, have an overnight Georgia retreat in October, and have a week-long Florida tour in Sarasota and Orlando (Disneyworld!) in June. Online registration for all choirs begins on August 15 on PRUMC Connect. Don’t miss this chance for your kids to find a special home at PRUMC! For more information, contact Kathy Fletcher at email@example.com.
Sunday, August 21
Join us for an amazing day of worship as we gather for Heaven Sunday! Bill Britt will preach on Wesley’s Words to Live By as he proclaims “I Want to Know the Way to Heaven.” And, for the first time, we are proud to present The Two Tenors – Timothy Miller and Will Green – together for one day only! They will present “Ride Up in the Chariot” accompanied by cello, saxophone, percussion and piano. A complimentary, congregational BBQ luncheon will be offered in Grace hall after worship. Please be sure to invite a friend to share this special day.
Complimentary Back-to-Church BBQ Luncheon!
Sunday, August 21, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Grace Hall
As we all return from our final summer trips, we’ll gather around the table to catch up and share stories. Enjoy a complimentary lunch of pulled pork BBQ, baked beans, coleslaw, rolls, and strawberry shortcake.
U.S. Navy Admiral Rev. Dr. Barry Black
Sunday, August 28
We are honored to welcome the Chaplain of the United States Senate to our worship services on August 28. Rev. Barry Black has been serving as Chaplain since 2003, opening each session with prayer and offering spiritual guidance to members and staff. He will deliver the sermon at our 8:45, 10:00 am and 11:15 am services.
Disaster Relief for Kentucky Floods
Torrential rains submerged hundreds of houses and businesses in Eastern Kentucky this year. The flooding has been described as the worst in a lifetime in that region, with some homes destroyed and others completely washed away. If you would like to help, we will be sending money to the United Methodist Council on Relief. They are on the ground providing life-giving assistance.