The Greatest Commandment Worship Series

Greatest Commandment Sermon Series

Sunday, January 24, 2021
Love Your Neighbor As Yourself

Sunday, January 31, 2021
Being a Good Neighbor

RSVP here for in-person worship or join us online every Sunday.

PRUMC Blood Drive

PRUMC Blood Drives
January 26, February 18, & March 31 | Harp Center
10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Help maintain the vital blood supply during this time of critical need. For those attending the December 28 drive, donors will receive a Red Cross holiday t-shirt while supplies last! Donations are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, masks are required, and there will be temperature checks and social distancing upon arrival. All donations are tested for COVID-19 antibodies. Visit here to make your appointment, or contact with questions.


Journey Together – The Epic of Eden: Ruth

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

Dr. Sandra Richter makes the characters found in Ruth come alive. Here is real life, lived out by real people with real fears, real struggles, real hope, and real faith. Facilitated by Rev. Julie Wright. Study book is $14 if ordered by Dec 31, limited quantities. Contact Julie Wright with any questions.

Young Adult Study

Young Adult Study

New Young Adult Series! Small Steps, Big Impact
Sundays, 10:00 am, Zoom

Want to transform your personal and professional life, grow closer to God, and make a bigger impact in the world? It’s the perfect time to start something new! Led by Rev. Watkins and occasional special speakers, this covenant group will support each other as we learn about small habits and spiritual disciplines that when regularly practiced, add up to big results over time. You can be the change you wish to see in the world! It starts with you! Contact Leslie Watkins for more information.

Howard Thurman

Deep Waters

Deep Waters: The Wisdom, The Spirituality, The Prophetic Word of Howard Thurman for Our Times, For Our Lives
Wednesdays, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Zoom

Join us for a 10-week study where we’ll dive deep into the words of spiritual and civil rights leader Howard Thurman. His writings and actions will teach us about the spiritual journey, the work of reconciliation, the quest for justice, and the real work of Christ’s incarnation in our midst. Register here. Contact Elizabeth Byrd for more information.

More than sparrows

Seeing the Holy in the Ordinary

Seeing the Holy in the Ordinary
Wednesdays, through March 24 7:00 – 8:00 pm, Zoom

Led by Leslie Watkins, this small group will read and discuss three books as we focus our attention on God in the here and now. Books: A Tree Full of Angels/ Wiederkehr, Scouting the Divine/ Feinberg and An Altar in the World/ Brown-Taylor. Space is limited. Contact Leslie Watkins for more information and to sign up.

Career Connect with Bill Curry

Career Connect

Masterclass Series:  Tuesdays in the Boardroom
Tuesdays, starting January 26, 4:00 – 5:00 pm, Zoom

Each quarter, we will offer a networking masterclass that offers valuable coaching and spiritual support to those navigating career transition.  The curriculum is created and presented by the Sandbox Consulting Group followed by group discussion with Ken Christensen.  Move from feeling lost, to connecting with others on the same journey.  “The content is great, but the conversation is transformational.”  For more information, visit or contact Leslie Watkins at

Masterclass Mentors

Is your gift creating connections, or navigating transition?  If so, we invite you to join us in our virtual boardroom to share your skills and insight.  Please contact Leslie Watkins at

Westside Table Park Cleanup with Riverwalk ATL

Westside Table Park Cleanup with Riverwalk ATL
Sunday, January 31, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
2388 Paul Ave NW, Atlanta

Join Westside Table and Riverwalk ATL to turn a neglected floodplain into a future City of Atlanta Park. Due to Covid-19, participants are required to wear a mask at all times and space is limited to 25 participants. For more information, contact Daniel Ogle at

Anthony Ray Hinton

Anthony Ray Hinton Story & Discussion

Anthony Ray Hinton Story & Discussion
Sunday, February 21 & 28, 10:00 am, Zoom

Last year, many of you heard the incredible story of Anthony Ray Hinton. Mr. Hinton spent 30 years in prison for a crime he did not commit but came away from his experience with inspiring faith, compassion, and hope. This February, we will have the opportunity to hear and discuss his story in a group zoom setting. It will be an enlightening and meaningful experience, and we hope you will join us.