Here, all are welcome to join in the worship of God, the fellowship of community and the ministry of outreach.
Our hope is that you find inclusion and fulfillment here. We invite you to be a part!
LATASHA MORRISON – LIVE!
Monday, September 27, 6:30 pm, Sanctuary
Latasha Morrison is the author of the New York Times bestseller Be The Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation. She will speak to us on how we, as followers and believers of Jesus Christ, can work towards bridging the gap with our brothers and sisters of different ethnicities and skin color. Learn more about LaTasha Morrison here and her mission here.
BRIDGING THE GAP SERMON SERIES
Beginning with Fall Kick-off Sunday and continuing throughout the month of September, we will focus upon the ministry of hospitality – inviting and welcoming our neighbors to Peachtree Road.
Sep 19 | United We Stand
Sep 26 | Everybody Welcome, Everybody Equal
10 Day Equity Challenge
We invite and challenge our members to read an article, listen to a dialogue or watch a short clip by a person of color or on race relations. This is an opportunity to be followers of Jesus Christ who show and reflect the love of God to our brothers and sisters in Christ.
THE COURAGE TO LOVE
Daily Devotion Email
These reflections, written by some of our ministers and members, will give you the opportunity to hear different perspectives and stretch your understanding of what it means to follow Jesus’ commandment to “love your neighbor.”
FIND PEACE AND PURPOSE
IN OUR CARING, FAITH COMMUNITY
Peachtree Road United Methodist Church seeks to help others find peace and purpose within a Christian community. Here, all are welcome to join in the worship of God, the fellowship of community, and the ministry of outreach. Regardless of your age, orientation, income, politics, color or creed, you are welcome in this place. Peachtree Road is a church for all people and we hope you will be a part.
CURRENT COVID-19 PROTOCOL
The City of Atlanta currently is under a mask mandate. All persons (vaccinated and unvaccinated) attending indoor gatherings must wear masks in the city of Atlanta.
Our clergy, choir, and other worship leaders will be wearing masks as they greet you Sunday as will all persons teaching and caring for our unvaccinated children.
We encourage you to wear your mask to protect the lives of the most vulnerable. If you have not been vaccinated, we encourage you to prayerfully consider having a conversation with your healthcare provider to discern what is best for you and your loved ones.