Regional & Global Missions Announcements

Chainsaw Instruction and Safety Course
Registration Open to All
Saturday, August 26, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Learn all you need to know about chainsaw use and safety. This is a great opportunity for those interested in our Disaster Relief / Early Responder certification. We will meet in the Hospitality Suite for morning classroom instruction, then head to the New Hope AME cemetery for hands-on practice. No prior experience required but if you own a chainsaw or safety equipment, please bring with you. Course is free and boxed lunch provided. For ages 18 and up. Sign up by July 1 at After July 1, registration opens outside of PRUMC. For more information, contact Dawn Hawkins at 404.240.8205 or

Georgia/Florida Disaster Relief Teams
PRUMC is creating response teams to immediately help those hit by natural disasters. Teams will serve for a 3-5 day period mostly clearing debris and helping salvage family treasures. Specific skills are not required; just a heart to serve and energy for a couple of days of manual labor. If you are interested in this new ministry, or if you know others who may be, please contact Dawn Hawkins at to learn how you can be a hero to those facing devastating loss. Thank you!

Costa Rica Young Adult Mission Trip
September 6 – 10, 2023
Josh Miles, Associate Minister, is putting together a trip for young adults to Costa Rica. This will be a great opportunity to enjoy fellowship with other PRUMC members and grow in your faith as you serve a population facing severe food and resource scarcity.  For complete details and registration, click here.


Country of Georgia Mission Trip
October 11 – 22, 2023
PRUMC plans to send an adult team to the Country of Georgia for the first time since 2019. Team members will do arts and crafts, conduct a science project, lecture/mentor, lead musical activities, and join in field day activities.  For complete details and registration, click here.


Georgia/Florida Disaster Relief
Serve on brief trips (3-5 days) to help those who have faced devastation and loss from natural disasters. Specific skills are not required. Work includes clearing and sorting through debris to salvage family treasures. For more information, contact Dawn Hawkins at


Women’s Mission Trip to Guatemala 2024
This Trip is Now Full!
Join this team as we travel to Guatemala City where you will have the opportunity to serve in the Santa Maria de Jesus community and at Mimi’s House orphanage.  Activities will include light construction, VBS, and a community feeding program.  For complete details and registration, click here.  Update:  This trip is full and registration has closed. If you would like to be placed on the waitlist, please contact Dawn Hawkins at

Future Trips
(Please contact Dawn Hawkins at for more information.)
Henderson Settlement – Construction and food program serving rural Appalachia in Frakes, KY
Family trip to Guatemala – Home Construction, VBS, sports camps and other community activities