To share and to restore

We believe that compassion is the greatest healer. When we receive even the slightest touch of compassion, we experience a hope that makes life seem a little easier, a little more possible. Our Support Programs bring people together in compassion to share, heal and grow together.

Ongoing Ministries

Homebound Visitation Ministry

Through the PRUMC Homebound Visitation Ministry, individuals, families, small groups and Sunday School classes provide support for members who cannot come to church – many of whom you may already know. If you would like to learn more about visitation opportunities or if you or someone you know would enjoy having a visitor, please contact Rev. Julie Wright at 404.240.8203 or

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry equips lay persons to provide one-on-one Christian care to anyone experiencing life crises such as hospitalization, grief, loss, disability, divorce, spiritual crisis, or other life transitions. Stephen Ministers can help bring individuals in these times of need to a closer understanding of God’s presence and peace. If you or someone you know needs a Stephen Minister, please contact Rev. Carolyn Stephens at 404.240.8207 or for a confidential discussion of the need.

Respite Care Atlanta + Caregiver Support

Respite Care Atlanta offers support services to any and all caregivers as well as stimulating and engaging day care for adults with cognitive difficulties.  It is a safe weekday place that provides vital interaction for clients and self-care time to caregivers. To learn more about this program, please visit our website here, or contact Rev. Julie Wright at 404.240.8203 or

Support Group Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
Mondays, 7:00 am, C210

Discover strength and hope through the fellowship of those recovering from alcoholism. If you are looking for help and encouragement to stop drinking, please join us. For more information, contact Rev. Carolyn Stephens at 404.240.8207 or


Movers and Shakers Parkinson’s Support Group
Second Wednesday of the Month, 12:00 pm, B158*

The Effects of Sleep on Parkinson’s Patients
Wednesday, October 13
If you or someone you love has Parkinson’s Disease, we invite you to participate in this group who meet for lunch and sharing. This month we are excited to welcome Dr. Susan Mucha, a Piedmont pulmonologist who specializes in sleep studies. Please bring your questions, and help spread the word about this relevant and supportive group. *Please note room number change.

For Children and Families

Care and Concern

For parents and children experiencing a crisis within the family. We respond in tangible ways (meals, etc.) as well as with prayers. For more information, please contact Martha Christopher at 404.240.8243 or

Families with Special Needs

Parents who are blessed with children of any age who have special needs meet for education, inspiration, and fellowship throughout the year. All special needs families are invited to join us. For more information, please contact Martha Christopher at 404.240.8243 or