Category: PRUMC Feature

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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A Relationship with God
Of course, as has become our tradition on the first Sunday in October, we will offer a “Blessing of the Animals” service at 5:00 p.m. You are invited to bring [...]
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Doxology Chorale
Doxology Chorale presented "I'm Goin'a Sing" this Sunday, September 22 at PRUMC's traditional worship services.  Please enjoy this encore presentation of our incredible youth chorale!
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Prison Ministry Family Day
The time is so precious because for some it has been years since they last saw each other. Dads hold their babies for the first time and grandmothers inspect their [...]
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Bahamas Relief – Update!
New Delivery! PRUMC will be sending 400 water filters to the Bahamas in coordination with UZima Water Filters and the Ludacris Foundation who will transport the filters to Nassau and [...]
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Oliver’s Here!
The Music Ministry is pleased to welcome new Associate Organist and Choirmaster, Oliver Brett to Peachtree Road. Oliver is completing his Doctorate in Organ Performance at the Eastman School of [...]
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Kinnara Video Preview
Comprising some of the finest ensemble and solo singers in the country, Kinnara is one of the nation’s premier professional chamber choirs. Under the direction of J.D. Burnett, who also [...]
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Walk with Christ
I am so glad we give out Bibles at Peachtree Road. In fact, we not only give them out to 3rd graders, this year we began the practice of also [...]
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