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Outreach to others is one of the most vital components of our church. Our congregation is passionate about serving the least and the lost and making our community a better place. We can be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ, and in doing so, be a blessing to others.  To learn how you can be more involved in Local Outreach, contact Beth Spencer at 404.240.8234 or beths@prumc.org.

Current Opportunities:  Fall 2018


Diaper & Formula Drive | September
Donate any size diapers and formula for families assisted by BCM and Feed My Lambs. Drop off at the bin in the Children’s Building Lobby or order and deliver via Amazon here.

Sock and Underwear Drive | September
Donate new, white underwear and socks for boys and girls ages 6-8 for the 1st and 2nd grade students of Hollis Innovation Academy. Drop off at bins in the Rollins Lobby and Grace Hall or order and deliver via Amazon here.

Fill the Pantry for BCM | October
Each fall, PRUMC helps fill the food pantry at BCM so Atlanta’s working poor can feed their families.  Grocery bags with a list of needed items will be handed out each Sunday after worship.  Drop off filled bags at bins in the Rollins Lobby or Grace Hall.  To become more involved with Buckhead Christian Ministry, contact Beth Spencer at beths@prumc.org.  Download a BCM Grocery PDF here.




Trinity / Big Bethel Dinner
Sunday, November 11, December 9
Provide dinner and fellowship to the men of Trinity Community Ministries. You’ll hear stories of triumph, struggle, and undeniable inspiration as you break bread with the residents. Contact Beth Spencer at beths@prumc.org to volunteer.

BeLoved Landscaping
Do you enjoy working outdoors in the fall weather? Volunteers are needed to cut grass, rake leaves and landscape for the BeLoved homes located on the Westside. BeLoved is a community of women who have survived trafficking, prostitution and addiction. Contact Beth Spencer at beths@prumc.org to volunteer.

Agape Tutoring
New and returning volunteers interested in serving as Homework Buddies or Cupp Reading Tutors are encouraged to attend. You will hear program highlights and accomplishments, meet the staff and complete the necessary volunteer paperwork. To tutor, you must attend orientation and the “Darkness to Light” training. RSVP to dtate@agapeatlanta.org.

Agape Dinner / Fresh Produce Provider
PRUMC sponsors fifty-five students and their families at E. Rivers Elementary School. Through volunteer donations and Royal Produce, we make sure they have nourishing food each week throughout the year. To provide dinner for the students, or produce for a family, contact dtate@agapeatlanta.org.

Christmas Kindness Volunteer Registration Opens
Wednesday, October 3
Christmas Kindness is an annual PRUMC Local Outreach ministry that offers a dignified way for Atlantans in need to share the joy of Christmas with their families. Volunteer spots fill up quickly for this favorite opportunity! Sign up at prumc.org/events.

Murphy-Harpst Workday
Saturday, October 20, Cedartown
Join us on a beautiful fall Saturday to work and fellowship with the children living at Murphy-Harpst. This Christian facility supports at-risk children and brings hope and healing to their lives.  VOLUNTEER HERE

A Just Cause Golf Tournament
Monday, October 22, 10:00 am, Druid Hills Golf Club
Join us on the green to make a difference in the lives of those in need.
This year’s tournament beneficiary will be Covenant House, which provides shelter and services for homeless young adults ages 18-24.  Visit prumcgolf.org to learn more, become a sponsor and play!




United Methodist Children’s Home | September
The United Methodist Children’s Home provides refuge, counseling and support to children who have been neglected or abused.

Annual Turkey Drive | October
Cap off a great month of pantry-stocking by providing Thanksgiving dinner to the families served by Buckhead Christian Ministry and Hollis Innovation Academy. $10 buys a turkey, $25 buys a turkey and all the fixin’s!

Christmas Kindness | December
Each December we open our Christmas Kindness Shop to the homeless and working poor of Atlanta. With dignity and joy, families are able to select gifts, small appliances and warm coats. Guides and helpers take each family through the shop, wrapping and loading stations. We give away over 10,000 gifts to those in need.