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.

Ushers PRUMC

The Legacy of Ushering at Peachtree Road

Every Sunday, and at every service, Peachtree Road is blessed to have ushers who welcome, direct, and offer bulletins to those entering the Sanctuary or Moore Chapel to worship. Not only do these volunteers greet, but they collect the offerings and assist with communion.

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Peachtree Road United Methodist Church History 1953-1978: Choir

Music at Peachtree Road UMC

Anyone who has been to a Peachtree Road service knows that music is at the heart of the worship experience. We are blessed with three organs, a gifted choir, frequent visits from the Atlanta Brassworks, and the joyful voices of young children filling our sanctuary with the Spirit of the Lord. Do you ever wonder how this came to be?

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Fred and Carolyn Broce on their wedding day and years later at Peachtree Road UMC in Atlanta, GA.

City Girl Meets Small-Town Boy

On a Sunday evening in May of 1968, Fred drove to the Single Young Adults 8:07 LTD at Peachtree Road. Fred had attended before and enjoyed this special fellowship with other young people. This evening was extra special because it was here that he met Carolyn Young, who was attending for the first time.

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