The Sound of Silence
Our theme for this year is “Be still and know that I am God.” Those words from Psalm 46 remind us that it is in the still, quiet moments of our lives that we truly sense the presence of God. Let’s face it, our lives are anything but still and quiet! During this season, we will lean into the spiritual disciplines, learn how to recognize the signs of the presence of God, and pray together for the Spirit to fill us and empower us for the journey ahead. We hope that you will join us each week in worship as we travel together through the season of Lent.
I Need Thee Every Hour
Rev. Bill Britt
When I Survey The Wondrous Cross
Rev. Bill Britt
Palm Sunday Worship
8:45 am . Festival Worship, Sanctuary
10:00 am . Chapel Communion
11:15 am . Festival Worship, Sanctuary
We begin the most sacred week of the Christian year by commemorating Jesus’ triumphant entrance into the Holy City of Jerusalem! Join us for festival worship with palms, procession, and special music.
Greet & Graze with Jerusalem the Donkey
10:00 – 10:30 am, Near Soccer Field
On Palm Sunday you are invited to meet Jerusalem the donkey before he joins the procession for worship. Jerusalem will be in the grassy area outside the soccer field next to the Rollins building.
Complimentary Palm Sunday Luncheon
11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Grace Hall
Join us for a delicious meal and warm fellowship with your fellow Peachtree Road members. We are celebrating Palm Sunday with a wonderful spring luncheon. Enjoy Coca-cola glazed ham, mac & cheese, green bean salad, rolls and strawberry cake. This meal is complimentary – we look forward to seeing you there!
HOLY WEEK SERVICES
Holy Week is a special time in the church year when we retell the stories of Jesus’ final days. Though marked by sacrifice and sorrow, we ultimately hear the message of God’s great gifts of love and hope. We remember that through grace there is new life! Please join us at our Holy Week services to bear witness to and reaffirm these events of our faith. “Do this in remembrance of me.” Luke 22:19
Holy Week Midday Services
12:00 pm Worship, Moore Chapel
Apr 3 . Rev. Mace Hall
Apr 4 . Rev. Leslie Watkins
Apr 5 . Rev. Julie Wright
Apr 6 . Rev. Darren Hensley
Each day of Holy Week we offer midday moments of reflection and devotion led by our clergy and music staff. Lunch will follow in Grace Hall.
Holy Thursday Choral Eucharist
Thursday, April 6, 7:00 pm, Sanctuary
We commemorate the Last Supper of Jesus Christ when the sacrament of Holy Communion was established. The PRUMC Chancel Choir with chamber orchestra will present music by Purcell, Lotti and Duruflé. Rev. Josh Miles, preaching.
Good Friday Community Service
Friday, April 7, 12:00 pm, Sanctuary
On this solemn day, our community will recall the suffering and death of our Lord Jesus Christ on the cross at Cavalry. Worship will begin with a silent procession of community ministers carrying a cross in remembrance of Christ’s path to his crucifixion. Rev. David F. Richards, III of New Hope A.M.E. Church, preaching.
Easter: A Window Into Eternity
Rev. Bill Britt
Easter Day Sunrise Service
6:30 am, Columbarium
+ Kindling of the New Fire
+ Lighting of the Paschal Candle
+ First Service of the Resurrection
You are invited to begin Easter with the historic tradition of the Great Vigil. Just as the first believers did, we will gather outside as dawn begins to break. As light fills the world, we will recognize Jesus’ victory over death! We will then process to the chapel for the first service of Easter.
Easter Day Festival Worship
8:15, 9:45, & 11:15 am, Sanctuary
Join us for a joyful celebration of Jesus’ resurrection, and the hope of everlasting life! Festival worship will feature glorious music and an inspiring message. Rev. Bill Britt preaching. Music by The PRUMC Chancel Choir, Atlanta Brassworks, and the Peachtree Carillon. The events of Easter are the core of our faith and we invite you to rejoice with your church family!
Children’s Ministry Easter Schedule
Childcare provided for children ages PreK and younger at the 8:15, 9:45, and 11:15 services. Our regular elementary classes will not meet. Children in kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to celebrate the resurrection with their families in worship.
The Lenten Offering
Our annual Lenten Offering for Local Outreach allows us to advocate for our most vulnerable population – the homeless and working poor. Each of our outreach partners works to create sustainable change for these people in crisis. They consistently bring positive transformation to our city and together we make a huge impact on Atlanta. Help us continue to aid those in need and build strong, hopeful communities.