All are welcome to join in the worship of God and the fellowship of this church family.  We are fortunate to be able to offer several Sunday experiences – each worshipful and engaging in their own way. Come see where you may find God in this place. Though we worship communally, our services can also help us find the sacred place of peace and gratitude within ourselves.  Visit us in person and enjoy the people and ministries that make us who we are.  You can find descriptions of each service that we offer further down on this page.

January 19 Bulletin  |  Livestream of 11:15 Service

8:45 & 11:15 am – Traditional Worship
9:00 am – Chapel Communion
11:15 am – The Road Contemporary
5:00 pm – Sundays @ 5


Special January Sermon Series – Beyond Us vs. Them

Sundays, 8:45 & 11:15 am  |  Traditional Worship in Sanctuary
Sundays, 11:15 am  |  The Road Contemporary Worship in Heritage Hall

We live in a divided world. How can we move beyond the issues that divide us and find the unity Christ prayed for us to have? In this series we will learn new ways of thinking that can move us to being the presence of Christ in the world.
Jan 19  –  Christians and Immigration  |  January 19 Bulletin  |  Livestream of 11:15 Service
Jan 26  –  Christians and Euthanasia

Special February Sermon Series – Developing Mental Health

Sundays, 8:45 & 11:15 am, Rev. Bill Britt
Traditional Worship in Sanctuary

Sundays, 11:15 am, Rev. Carolyn Stephens
The Road Contemporary Worship in Heritage Hall

Feb 9  –  Enemies of the Mind: Depression
Feb 16  –  Enemies of the Mind: Anxiety
Feb 23  –  Maximizing Mental Health

Special Forum – Generation Z Unfiltered
Sunday, February 2, 10:00 am, Sanctuary
All ages are encouraged to join a critical conversation about our adolescent generation – Gen Z. We welcome author, speaker and expert Dr. Tim Elmore to help us better understand, communicate and resonate with this generation who faces challenges that did not exist 10, or even 5 years ago. No RSVP necessary.

What to Expect

Our traditional and contemporary services (8:45 am & 11:15 am) are 60 minutes and begin with a friendly time of greeting clergy, staff and fellow-worshipers. If you would prefer to be in silent prayer or thought at this time, that will be respected.

Music will signal the beginning of the worship service. Our traditional services feature organ and choir, and our contemporary service features a full band. You can follow the order of worship for each service in a bulletin provided by ushers, or by viewing digital screens in The Road worship space.

Please wear whatever you like to church. We tend to wear “Sunday best” in our sanctuary services but keep it casual for alternative. There is no requirement for either, but we want you to know what to expect so you feel comfortable in your surroundings.

There are common areas outside of each worship space and bathrooms are located down the halls. If you need a private space for nursing or to make a phone call, our volunteers can guide you to a separate area.

Traditional Worship Services

Sundays, 8:45 & 11:15 am, Sanctuary

Our Sunday morning worship in the Sanctuary is rich, warm and meaningful. Built upon traditional Christian liturgy, our more formal services combine the sacred elements of scripture, prayer, and hymns led by clergy and choir. Bill Britt delivers a purposeful sermon each Sunday to be considered throughout the week, and Holy Communion is held once a month to remind us of our unity as Christians. Here we gather each week to give our best to glorify God, and we warmly invite you to join us.

Traditional Worship takes place each Sunday.

Chapel Communion Service

Sundays, 9:00 am, Moore Chapel

Chapel communion is a service celebrating the gift of the Eucharist. Each week, in this intimate service, worshipers have the chance to hear the different voices of the PRUMC clergy. Music is led by staff and other guest musicians accompanied by the organ.

The Road Worship Service

Sundays, 11:15 am, Heritage Hall

The Road is an inviting worship experience that blends familiar church elements with an engaging atmosphere. Here you will find approachable fellow-worshipers who enjoy a fresh message, current music and a shared experience. At The Road you can come as you are, when you are able. No matter where you are in your life or your faith, our doors are open to you.

Sundays @ 5

Sundays, 5:00 pm, Moore Chapel

Life can get too busy, but don’t let that define you. Reconnect with your faith, your church and yourself at a comfortable, informal service on Sunday afternoons with inspiring message, music and communion. This is a great time to re-center before heading into a new week.

Mid-Week Prayer Service

Wednesdays, 12:00 – 12:30 pm, Moore Chapel

By mid-week, most of us need a spiritual recharge. Join us for a few moments of reflection and devotion on your Wednesday lunch break to center yourself and realign your faith. To help make time for your spiritual nourishment, we offer to-go meals in Grace Hall after the service.



Peachtree Road United Methodist Church seeks to help the people of Atlanta find their peace and their purpose within a Christian community.

Our vision is to be a place of inspiration for all people so they may realize their potential in serving others; and in doing so, become leaders and exemplify the principles of our Christian faith.

Here, all are welcome to join in the worship of God, the fellowship of this community, and the ministry of outreach. Regardless of your age, orientation, income, politics, color or creed, you are welcome in this place.

We believe that every person on every path can lead as well as serve, and in doing so find inclusion and fulfillment. Peachtree Road United Methodist Church is a church for all the people of Atlanta and we hope you will be a part.

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