Outreach to others is one of the most vital components of our faith. We are passionate about making our communities a better place for all. By serving others, we feel the transformative power of our beliefs and see the positive change that it brings to the world. As we continue our work of empowering people and building sustainable programs, we see a light and a renewed resolution in those we touch. The greatest things happen when we listen to God’s call, open our hearts wide, and serve.
Habitat for Humanity
February 18 – April 22
7:30 am – 3:30 pm
PRUMC and Habitat believe that every person should have access to a decent, safe and affordable place to live. Because of that belief, we team up each year to build homes for hard-working families.
Our strong partnership with Habitat is founded on its mission of sustainability. Each recipient of a Habitat Home works by our side to build the home. They also attend required homeownership education classes on maintenance, budgeting, and more. Because of this type of “hand up” outreach, we are building better communities that last.
This is a fun and rewarding volunteer opportunity that builds homes, communities, and hope.
The Season of Service
40 days of helping others in our community
Weekdays and weekends
February 26 – April 15
Our annual Season of Service is 40 days of helping others in our community. This Lent, let God know you are listening and ready to serve according to the Lord’s will. Invest your time in someone else’s life and see God in the faces of those you help. You will enrich your Lenten journey and understand your faith in a new way.
Harp’s Christmas Kindness
Harp’s Christmas Kindness brings the joy of the season to the working poor and homeless families of Atlanta. At our unique Christmas shop, families who qualify can select gifts at no cost to them. The church provides a selection of toys and coats for parents to take home to their children, and a little something for themselves, such as cookware or a small appliance. This ministry gives peace, hope and love to those who may have lost it. Harp’s Christmas Kindness is only possible through your generous donations.
Action Ministries leads people out of the punishing cycle of poverty by providing necessities, education and support mechanisms. Learn More
Agape helps children attain lives beyond abject poverty with a comprehensive approach to education and enrichment. Learn More
Atlanta Mission serves over 1000 homeless people every day and offers day care, showers, shelter, laundry, lunch, life-skill classes. Learn More
BCM brings self-sufficiency to the working poor of our city. Their services pave the way back to long-term financial stability. Learn More
BeLoved helps women moved beyond former lives of desperation and marginalization. They provide safety, life-skills and a “new normal.” Learn More
City of Refuge provides a nurturing community with extensive opportunities for children, families and individuals who have experienced lives of crisis. Learn More
Covenant House provides a safe and loving environment to homeless and trafficked youth so they can realize their full potential. Learn More
Habitat for Humanity builds up neighborhoods through affordable housing. Recipients of a Habitat Home earn it and keep it through hard work and learned skills. Learn More
Hollis STEM Academy ensures that children of Atlanta’s Westside area have every educational advantage. A new generation will be given knowledge and skills for a future of better opportunity. Learn More
Hopeworks helps low-income seniors with home repair, weatherization and general maintenence at no cost so they do not have to live without heat or hot water. Learn More
Jerusalem House is a safe community of care for those living with HIV/AIDS. Support, counseling, education and understanding give clients the tools and confidence to actualize their lives. Learn More
Mountain Top Boys Home cares for neglected boys in the foothills of Georgia. They are dedicated to changing the trajectory of the boys’ lives from hopeless to one of faith, love and success. Learn More
The officers of the Police Athletic League know the streets and offer children a way off of them and a chance to reach their full potential. PAL reinforces friendship and trust with programs that promote self-esteem, community involvement and fellowship. Learn More
Restoration Prison Ministry empowers wardens, ministers to families, supports re-entry, advocates for reform, and works to break the cycle of incarceration. Visit our Social Initiatives page to learn more.
The Peachtree Road Local Outreach ministry proudly partners with MARTA to provide transportation to our homeless and working poor striving to become contributing members of our community.