Prayer Ministry at Peachtree Road

Prayer Hands


Prayer is Vital: Our Prayer Ministry at Peachtree Road
Prayer is vital to the life of the believer and to the life and ministries of the church. It is also necessary for the welfare of our communities, cities, and country. Throughout Scripture, the divine invitation given to God’s people to pray is clear: “If my people who are called by my name, will humble themselves, pray, seek my face, … then I will hear from heaven” (2 Chronicles 7:14), and “Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28).

Our Prayer Ministry at Peachtree Road is a response to this divine invitation as we bring the cares and concerns of the congregation and our communities to the Lord. Through this ministry, we help to bring comfort and peace to those in need, and our volunteers find their lives enriched as they intercede in behalf of others.

Join Our Prayer Ministry

We invite you to join us by sharing one hour of your week, praying for persons experiencing illness, job loss, broken relationship, or other personal crisis. We pray for each request that is submitted, and we write prayer notes of hope and support. There are multiple options for where you choose to pray, be it at the church, in the sanctuary or the chapel, in one of our prayer rooms, or even in your home.

This year, our church is dedicated to praying, and we invite you to come and join our ministry for one of the prayer opportunities below as we commit ourselves to the work of prayer.

  • Winter Prayer Volunteer Session: January 7 – February 10
  • Lenten Prayer Volunteer Session: February 14 – March 31
  • Ash Wednesday Prayer Vigil: February 14
  • Holy Thursday Prayer Vigil: March 29
  • Spring Prayer Volunteer Session: April 8 – May 26

To volunteer, please contact Larisa Hutton at 404.240.8305 or



Prayer Blanket Ministry at Peachtree Road

Prayer Blanket Ministry


Wrapped in Prayer: Prayer Blanket Ministry
Prayer blankets are sent to members of our congregation and community, providing a tangible sign of God’s love and presence. If you would like a prayer blanket sent to someone, please contact Carolyn Stephens at


Prayer Blanket Kits
Are you interested in helping us make prayer blankets from home? Stop by the church office and see Sonya Curtis-Tshuma. She will give you a kit, complete with instructions.




Prayer Request

If you would like to submit a prayer request you may fill out the form found on this page. You may also contact Carolyn Stephens at 404.240.8207 or If you would like your prayer request to be confidential and only seen by a minister, please be sure to indicate.