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It starts with a prayer.  Like ripples made by a stone tossed into the water, a prayer radiates from a single whisper.  No matter how faint, its echo resonates into the heart of God.  The Prayer Ministry at Peachtree Road helps bring God’s comfort and peace to those who need it most.  Volunteers find their own lives transformed when they intercede on behalf of others.  Make praying for others a part of your life.

Prayer Volunteers

Share one hour of your week to pray for people experiencing illness, job loss, a broken relationship or other personal crisis.  Our volunteers pray for each request and write notes of hope and support.  To volunteer to pray, contact Susan Marshall at 404.240.8228 or susanm@prumc.org.

 

Prayer Requests

If you would like to submit a prayer request you may fill out the form found on this page.  You may also contact Susan Marshall at 404.240.8228 or susanm@prumc.org.  If you would like your prayer request to be confidential and only seen by a minister, please be sure to indicate.

 

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 support.  If you would like a prayer blanket sent to someone, please contact Susan Marshall at 404.240.8228 or susanm@prumc.org.

 

Prayer Blanket Kits

Are you interested in helping us make prayer blankets from home?  Stop by the church by the church office and see Sonya Curtis-Tshuma.  She will give you a kit, complete with instructions. For more information please contact Susan Marshall at 404.240.8228 or susanm@prumc.org.

Prayer Request

Coming Up

Lenten Prayer Ministry

Lenten Prayer Ministry
Ash Wednesday, March 1 – Easter Sunday, April 16
“And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight, so that you may be able to discern what is best.” Philippians 1:9

  • Our prayers reflect God’s love and mercy toward those in need.
  • Praying helps us to think beyond ourselves.
  • In our quiet hour we discover how God is moving through us.

These are just a few of the compelling reasons to become a prayer volunteer during the six weeks of Lent. Volunteers pray for the concerns of others one hour each week. To learn more or reserve your hour please contact Sonya Curtis-Tshuma at 404.240.8226 or sonyac@prumc.org.

Prayer Requests

If you would like to submit a prayer request you may fill out the form found on this page.  You may also contact Sonya Curtis-Tshuma at 404.240.8226 or sonyac@prumc.org.  If you would like your prayer request to be confidential and only seen by a minister, please be sure to indicate.

Prayer Request