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The Great Cookie Giveaway

Help us share the love and spirit of Christmas to our neighborhood businesses. On Christmas Eve we will deliver homemade cookies with a special invitation to worship with us and celebrate the good news of Jesus Christ! Volunteers are needed to:

  • Make/deliver homemade cookies to PRUMC Dec 21-23
  • Festively package cookies Dec 23
  • Deliver cookies & invitation Dec 24

Contact Brittany Charron at brittanyc@prumc.org or 404.240.8305 for more information.

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Cookie Love

PRUMC Great Chili Cookoff
Sunday, February 10, 2019

10:00 am | Chili & Presentation for Judges
12:15 pm | Chili Tasting

What’s better than a warm bowl of chili in the cold winter months? Sharing it with friends and neighbors for a good cause! Compete for first place, join us for games and cowboy karaoke, or just enjoy some homemade chili! $5 donation to dine benefits the Nation of GA/Sponsor A Child.

To enter your recipe, contact lesliew@prumc.org by February 2.

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Education

Canticles of Christmas
Mondays, beginning December 3, 6:30 pm, C104

Christmas is a time of celebration, carols by candlelight and great joy! The Christmas story comes to life in the Gospel of Luke through what is known as the Canticles of Christmas. The song of Mary (The Magnificat), Zechariah (Benedictus), the angels (Gloria), and Simeon (Nunc Dimittis) present a powerful dimension of the Christmas story. Join Rev. Elizabeth Byrd for three weeks to read, listen and discuss the Canticles of Christmas. For more information contact Elizabeth Byrd at elizabethb@prumc.org.

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Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations
Wednesdays, beginning January 9, 2019, 10:30 am, C104

Join Rev. Julie Wright for a study on Bishop Robert Schnase’s book that coincides with our January sermon series. Let’s look at a different posture toward our community, a deliberate outward focus, and a willingness to carry Christ’s love to where people already live, work, and play, rather than hoping people will come to us.

For more information contact Rev. Julie Wright at juliew@prumc.org.

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Moral and Ethical Dilemmas
Wednesdays, beginning January 9, 2019, 6:30 pm, C208

Is it ever permissible to lie? Join Sonny Deriso in this 12-week course as we learn what many great thinkers have to say about everyday moral and ethical challenges, how we individually might consider these challenges, and how the Bible speaks to these issues.

For more information contact Rev. Elizabeth Byrd at elizabethb@prumc.org.

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Three Gifts, One Christ
Fridays, beginning January 11, 2019, 12:00 pm, C104

Join Rev. Elizabeth Byrd for a 4-week Epiphany study about the three gifts the magi offered. More than gold, frankincense, and myrrh, these gifts represented the intermingling of light and darkness, truth and falsehood, life and death. Look further, and discover what Jesus offered us.

For more information contact Rev. Elizabeth Byrd at elizabethb@prumc.org.

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Almost Everything: Notes on Hope
Mondays, beginning January 28, 2019, 6:30 pm, C104

Join Rev. Darren Hensley for this 5-week study on Anne Lamott’s latest book: Almost Everything: Notes on Hope. Despite the despair and uncertainty that surrounds us in the news, in our families, and in ourselves, Lamott helps us find the nuggets of hope buried deep within us to plant seeds of rejuvenation.

For more information contact Rev. Elizabeth Byrd at elizabethb@prumc.org.

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Simon Peter
Thursdays, beginning March 7, 2019, 7:00 pm, C104

This Lent spend time with one of the most faithful but humanly flawed disciples: Simon Peter. Deidra Harrell will lead this six-week study on Adam Hamilton’s newest book: Simon Peter. Learn how an ordinary guy heard and followed God’s extraordinary call, and how we can do the same.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Byrd at elizabethb@prumc.org.

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2019 Hoffmann Memorial Lecture
Sunday, March 24, 2019, Grace Hall

Our 3rd Annual Lecture will feature guest speaker Rev. Dr. Robert M. Franklin, Laney Professor of Moral Theology at Emory University. Join us for dinner and a discussion on Moral Leadership.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Byrd at elizabethb@prumc.org.

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Women’s Weekly Coffee Break
Thursdays, 7:00 am, Dancing Goats Buckhead, Led by Leslie Watkins

This casual group focuses on prayer and scripture as we ponder God’s presence in our lives.

NO RSVP NECESSARY

Men’s Wednesday Morning Coffee
Wednesdays (ongoing), 7:00 am, C105, Led by Geoff Beakley

A casual mid-week gathering of men to encourage one another in the faith.  Each weekly fellowship discussion is topical and no preparation is necessary.  Come as you are.

NO RSVP NECESSARY

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Global Missions

PRUMC Kenya Adult Mission Trip
March 7-17, 2019, Nakuru, Kenya

Start With One Kenya (SWOK) is an outstanding organization founded by Bill and Chat Coble, members of PRUMC residing in Kenya. Since 2009 PRUMC has been sending teams to Kenya. Our focus is providing clean water and improving education. PRUMC teams will partner with SWOK to achieve sustainable projects.

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PRUMC Georgia Mission Trip
May 24 – June 2, 2019, Tbilsi, Georgia

This is indeed a special year; 2019 will be our 20th year of mission trips to Georgia! We will be visiting two schools: Kitski and Chiatura (special needs school). Our goal is to break the cycle of generational poverty through education and the following projects: arts & crafts, mentoring sessions, sports, music, learning & leadership activities, parent input meetings, and fruit and medical kit delivery. Join our team in representing God’s love and providing hope for these children.

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PRUMC Belize Young Adult Mission Trip
June 1 – 9, 2019

This PRUMC mission project centers around education and empowering students and teachers at the Libertad Methodist School. PRUMC teams focus on building relationships that will change lives, both those who serve and those who are served.

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PRUMC Kenya Family Mission Trip
June 20-30, 2019, Nakuru, Kenya

Start With One Kenya (SWOK) is an outstanding organization founded by Bill and Chat Coble, members of PRUMC residing in Kenya. Since 2009 PRUMC has been sending teams to Kenya. Our focus is providing clean water and improving education. PRUMC teams will partner with SWOK to achieve sustainable projects.

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PRUMC Georgia Mission Trip
October 18 -27, 2019, Tbilsi, Georgia

This is indeed a special year; 2019 will be our 20th year of mission trips to Georgia! We will be visiting two schools: Ketseri (a K – 12 school) and Rioni (school for the deaf). Our goal is to break the cycle of generational poverty through education and the following projects: arts & crafts, mentoring sessions, sports, music, learning & leadership activities, parent input meetings, and fruit and medical kit delivery. Join our team in representing God’s love and providing hope for these children.

REGISTER HERE

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Young Adults

Christmas Brunch
Sunday, December 16, 10:00 am, Hospitality Suite
Join us for a festive brunch and a Christmas message from Ben Fletcher!

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Atlanta Hawks vs Milwaukee Bucks
Sunday, January 13, 3:30 pm, Phillips Arena, $25 tickets
Meet at PRUMC to MARTA downtown for a fun day at Phillips Arena. Bring extra money for food/ MARTA. Space is limited so RSVP today!

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Youth & Families

A Conversation with Bill Curry
Sunday, January 13, 5:00-7:30 pm, Harp Center
Legendary football coach and inspirational speaker Bill Curry will speak to youth and their families about “The Greatness of Spirit.” He will continue our ongoing lessons and conversations by showing us how to locate, develop and give purpose to the great spirit within each of us.

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