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.

Chrismon ornament from Peachtree Road UMC.

Childhood Chrismon Memories

Chrismon is a Latin word meaning Christ’s monogram. It was used by early Christians to share their faith.  The Chrismons were to be made of gold and white materials – gold for God’s glory and white for God being the Light of the World.

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Historic photo of scouts at Peachtree Road UMC in Atlanta, GA.

Scouting in the Early Years of Peachtree Road

As we look at the early years of our church’s history (1925-1955), it would be incomplete if we did not include the story of Scouting at Peachtree Road. Scouting, with its emphasis on youth participation in a faith-based environment, was instrumental in bringing many families into the church for membership in the 40s and 50s.

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Vintage photo of a United Methodist Women's (UMW) circle of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church.

United Methodist Women in the Early Years

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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