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Education Announcements

Disciple Bible Study

Disciple Bible Studies 2016

Disciple Bible Study Registration Now Online
Small group study can be a great tool in our faith journey as we glean wisdom from discussion and fellowship.  We’ll offer many topics, course lengths, facilitators and class levels to help deepen our faith and understanding of scripture.

Complete   details,   including   course   descriptions, start dates, facilitators  and  rooms  can  be  found online at

10:00 am, Disciple Sunday School
4:00 pm, Harvest of Hope
6:00 pm, Disciple I
6:00 pm, Romans
6:00 pm, Christian Believer

6:30 pm, Disciple I
6:30 pm, Meditations on Mayhem

6:45 am, Men of Impact
9:30 am, More Than Sparrows
10:00 am, Morning Light
10:30 am, Journey Together
6:30 pm, Disciple I
6:30 pm, Deep Waters

10:00 am, Disciple II
7:00 pm, Revival: Faith as Wesley Lived It

Register Here

Summer Book Club

Learning to Walk in the Dark

Summer Book Club with Julie Schendel
2nd & 4th Wednesdays, July 13 through August 24, 10:00-11:30 am, B118

Join our new minister, Julie Schendel, for a summer reading group!  We will meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of July and August at 10:00 for a time of discussion and fellowship.

July 13 and 27:
David Brooks, The Road to Character

August 10 and 24:
Barbara Brown Taylor, Learning to Walk in the Dark

RSVP to Julie at to sign up.

Fall Holy Land Trip Classes

Fall Holy Land Trip Classes
Tuesday, August 16, 23, 30, 6:00 pm, C208
Please join us as we prepare for the fall Holy Land trip and learn about the sites we will visit plus an overview of the land and the people. Contact Julie Wright at 404.240.8203 or

2017 Trip  |  Journeys of Paul

Journeys of Paul  Trip to Italy, Greece, Turkey
Informational Meetings October 9 & 11, 2016
Join us a cruise – June 29 – July 10, 2017  – to explore the highlights of Paul’s missionary journeys.  Follow the apostle’s ministry through Rome, Ephesus, Athens, Corinth, Rhodes and Naples with additional excursions to Messina, Pompeii, Mykonos and Santorini.  Brochures with details are located at the Rollins front desk and kiosks. For more information, contact Jamie Jenkins at 404.771.7031 or, or visit

Harvest of Hope:  A Call to Action

Harvest of Hope:  A Call to Action
Sundays, October 9 – November 13, 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Although we live in the world’s wealthiest nation, it is reported that 14.5% of US households struggle to put food on the table.  Among those, immigrant communities such as the one PRUMC serves through Agape, can suffer the most.  Join us as we discern God’s intention and vision for the world and all people, to learn more about things like “urban deserts” and “hidden hunger,” and to develop a plan of action through PRUMC and Agape to provide fresh, healthy produce to our neighbors in need.  Contact Leslie Watkins at or 404.240.8248 for more information.