peachtree road storybook

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

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In June of this year, we will begin a year-long celebration of our 100th anniversary! We are excited to acknowledge “100 brilliant years of ministry” in a variety of meaningful ways.  This website has been created to curate and share the stories of Peachtree Road.  Each story is a glimpse into the chapters of our church life and history.

Sanctuary PRUMC

The Sanctuary Guild

The Sanctuary Guild is a group of dedicated church attendees who are responsible for ensuring our Sanctuary and Chapel are in pristine condition for worship services on Sunday mornings. As the church has grown, the duties have grown. From three people in 1986 to 36 volunteers in 2023, this faithful group of volunteers work throughout the week in the quiet beauty of sacred spaces to prepare for Sunday Worship.

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The Betty Lee Kennedy Acolyte Guild

When the acolyte program started in the first sanctuary (now Moore Chapel), it was a small team of youth volunteers. This program was under the leadership of Dottie Smith and Betty Lee Kennedy. The acolytes assisted with communion, offerings, baptisms, and extinguishing the candles at the conclusion of the service.

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Zell Miller Funeral

The Funeral Guild

Being a volunteer host or hostess at a funeral service is a gift not only to a grieving family, but also to friends and non-church members who are first-time visitors. As visitors, Funeral Guild members can offer guidance and direction for the service.

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