Wondrous Machine Nov 22 Concert


Love Your Neighbor – Stewardship 2021
2021 will be a new year to bring the mission of our church to life, and bring light to the world. Let us continue to be a place of inspiration and an example of our Christian faith. In the next few weeks we’ll ask you to commit your gifts to the mission of Peachtree Road in 2021. Please prayerfully consider how you can support the church in this upcoming year. We know this has been a year of “the unexpected.” If you would like to talk to a staff member, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our clergy or business office. Learn more and give here.


Seasoned Saints
Every Other Wednesday, 1:00 pm, Heritage Hall or Zoom, RSVP Requested
Due to new COVID-19 protocols, we ask that if you will be attending any of these in-person, you please contact Brittany Charron at brittanyc@prumc.org or Julie Wright at juliew@prumc.org, so we can appropriately set up the room.

December 2 | Holiday Trivia – we supply the prizes!


Tuesdays in the Boardroom
Tuesdays, 12:30 – 1:30 pm, Zoom
Join our community and professional career coach weekly to learn how to navigate and succeed in the changing job landscape. PRUMC clergy will lead a prayer and devotion, and member Ken Christensen will guide post-session discussion. RSVP to Leslie Watkins.

Rennie Curran


Men’s Virtual Breakfast Webinar with Rennie Curran
Wednesday, December 9th, 7:30am to 8:30am, Zoom Webinar
Join the men of PRUMC for a virtual “breakfast” and hear our keynote speaker, Rennie Curran. Rennie played college football at the University of Georgia and was the 97th pick in the 2010 NFL draft. He’s an author, entrepreneur, and the CEO of Game Changer Coaching. In 2013, he published a motivational self-help book entitled ‘Free Agent’ The Intangibles for Overcoming Adversity and Times of Transition. Join us online as Rennie helps us better understand how we can do our part to unite our country in the midst of division. We hope you will join us for this time of networking and inspiration. For more information, contact Rev. Geoff Beakley.