Saturday, October 23, 12:00 – 4:00 pm
Come join the men of PRUMC for a fun day of shooting sporting clays at Big Red Oak Sporting Club, just one hour south of Atlanta. Any skill level is welcome. Equipment rental and instruction can be provided. We encourage men to volunteer as a “team captain” and recruit 3 others to comprise their team. Golf carts and lunch are included. Equipment rental and shells are not included.


Sundays, 11:15 am, The Loft (3rd Floor Rollins Building)
3rd, 4th and 5th Graders – Get ready to worship God with energy and excitement each week! We will lead our kids in engaging music, a relevant message, and fellowship with friends. No registration required.


Sunday, October 24, 5:30 – 7:00 pm Meet in The Loft (3rd Floor Rollins Building)
We’ll share a devotional time, eat dinner together, play games on the field (the gym in the event of rain), and have fun as we get to know one another better! $5 per child includes dinner from Marcello’s. For more information, contact Martha Christopher at

The Great Organ Oct 24


Sunday, October 24, 7:00 pm, Sanctuary
Scott Atchison, conductor
Oliver Brett, organ

This concert will feature Poulenc’s evocative and sensual Concerto for organ, timpani and strings and Stephen Paulus’ Organ Concerto No. 1 written for the American Guild of Organists’ National Convention in Atlanta in 1992. Oliver Brett will play the organ and Scott Atchison will conduct an orchestra comprising musicians from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Oliver will also perform Widor’s complete Symphony No. 5 for organ, which concludes with his famous Toccata!

$15 suggested concert donation.


Wednesday, October 27, 5:30 – 7:00 pm, Harp Parking Lot
Join us for a fall evening full of fun, fellowship, costumes and candy! This is a safe, family-friendly event that we are excited to bring back. Decorated trunks are needed – scary, cute, weird, whatever! If you can host a trunk, please email We are also collecting candy in the cauldrons located throughout the church campus. Bring bags of individually wrapped candies now through October 25. Thank you for making this a memorable event for our church family!


To help introduce our new mental health ministry, we have asked our pastors, counselors, and confidants to guide us into a new space of acceptance, and openness.

A Conversation with Rev. Larry Adams on Anxiety
Sunday, October 24, 5:30 pm, Heritage Hall, Zoom, passcode: 693670

A Conversation with Rev. Jamie Jenkins and Lena Jenkins on Depression
Sunday, January 23, 5:30 pm, Hospitality Suite

In this conversational series, Rev. Ron Greer will introduce PRUMC’s new ministry on mental health, the One Lamb Initiative and discuss how it can be used as a resource for hope and support. The series will continue with Rev. Larry Adams, Rev. Jamie Jenkins and Lena Jenkins as they discuss:

  • How to recognize anxiety and depression in ourselves and others
  • How to know when to seek professional help
  • How to take care of ourselves and support loved ones with anxiety or depression
Awaken to Wholeness Women's Retreat

Awaken to Wholeness Women’s Retreat
Saturday, November 6, 9:00 am – 2:30 pm, Livestream

In this special retreat for women, the authors of The Hidden Life Awakened and special guest leaders will take us through sessions to help us choose good health for our mind, body and spirit. We will reflect deeply on how to transform from within, and learn to live as God designed us – wholehearted and well-balanced.  The retreat curriculum was inspired by the true story of Christian mystic Betty Skinner who journeyed from brokenness to wholeness through healing spiritual practice.

Three sessions will explore
brain and body health in the context of awakening
transformation through focused attention
awakening our spirit in its truest form in connection with Christ

Livestream link will be sent to registrants.


William Cope Moyers

An Evening with William Cope Moyers
Sunday, November 14, 5:30 pm, PRUMC Sanctuary

William Cope Moyers is the vice president of public affairs and community relations for the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. He has played a key role in the creation of the newly formed Addiction Alliance of Georgia – a partnership between Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and Emory Healthcare that aims to advance addiction-related clinical care, education and research.

As part of the One Lamb mental health initiative, we are honored to welcome William Moyers as our inaugural guest speaker. His best-selling memoir “Broken” intimately chronicles his personal experience of addiction, recovery and redemption. On this special evening, William Moyers will share his personal story of the devastation that addiction brought to his life, and the peace that came with his decision to remain in recovery.

Please plan on joining us for this important event as part of our emphasis on the importance of mental health.


Covenant House Executive Sleep Out
Thursday, November 18

Bill Britt joins other clergy, rabbis and business executives in sleeping outside to bring awareness to the hundreds of homeless youth living in Atlanta. Won’t you contribute to Bill’s fundraising efforts? To give, visit here,, or make your check out to PRUMC with CH Executive Sleep Out in the memo and mail it to the church business office.


Christmas Kindness 2021
December 3-8
We are happy to announce that this year’s Christmas Kindness is back – live and in person! We provide a shop full of new coats, household items and toys so the working poor of our city may select gifts for their families with dignity at no cost to them. Christmas Kindness is made possible through generous donations and volunteer power! COVID protocols will be followed. For more information contact Beth Spencer at Register here.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – When registering for Christmas Kindness – you will receive a verification link to your e-mail address to finalize the registration. You will need to respond within 5 minutes – please look for the email right away to confirm your registration was received. Thank you for your patience in this matter as we work to streamline our PRUMC registrations. If you have any questions, please contact Diane Scanlan at