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Write down for the coming generation what the Lord has done, so that people not yet born will praise him. – Psalms 102:18

Let Us Tell You a Story

Ron Greer

Ron Greer, PRUMC member and Storybook contributorIt is my honor to help launch the exciting celebration of our church’s Centennial.  100 years is a long time, and we invite you to read these monthly stories as members of our church share glimpses into the past chapters of the life of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church.  Read More…

Our Story

Eve Respess

Sitting in the choir loft one Sunday I was mesmerized by the sunlight shining through the stained-glass windows. An artist’s pallet of colors — blues, greens, reds, and yellows illuminating various congregation members. I watched as they glowed with the reflected light.  Read More…

United Methodist Women in the Early Years

our feature story of september

As Peachtree Road United Methodist Church celebrates one hundred years of active ministry, it must recognize the service and invaluable support women have contributed to its success from the very beginning. In those early days in 1925, nineteen citizens of the Buckhead neighborhood in Atlanta committed to become charter members of the proposed Peachtree Methodist Church South. Thirteen of the charter members were women!

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