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Peachtree Corners Prayer: May 22

We will worship in song, do a brief devotion, and talk about upcoming City Impact initiatives. But mostly, we will pray for our city's needs and for God to do His mighty work here.

Meeting Instructions:
4901 E Jones Bridge Rd
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092

Time: Sun, May 22 | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM


Help Feed Homeless with PJ Man
This is a great opportunity for small groups to serve together to help feed the homeless with the PJ Man Project. The PJ Man is a compassionate barber in Peachtree Corners (PTC) who delivers meals to the homeless on a weekly basis. The volunteer group would purchase and assemble about 100 food packs that contain: a peanut butter & jelly sandwich, a bag of chips, a piece of soft fruit and a treat such as a rice krispie treat or cookie. It involves just a few hours of service and is typically done on a Sunday afternoon before a Monday morning delivery.
Referral for Members in Need
Do you know of a member in our Perimeter PTC family who is experiencing a financial hardship? If so this an opportunity to find out more about a special Deacon’s Fund that is set aside to specifically help our members in need. Please visit to get an overview of this ministry. A brief form is included on this website just below the overview to request assistance. Once a request is submitted, a deacon will be in contact with the member to determine how to help. You can also click below to have a deacon in Peachtree Corners contact you to answer any questions about this ministry.
Join the Neighborhood Meal Ministry Team

This is a new ministry opportunity to serve those in our community who would be blessed by having a prepared meal delivered to their home. The goal of this ministry is to provide temporary help for those who are sick or physically unable to prepare a meal, or to comfort those who are recently bereaved of a loved one. The scope of the ministry would be to serve members of our Perimeter Family as well our neighbors who we are seeking to minister to in word and deed.

If you know of a need for yourself or a neighbor please contact Cyndie Jackson.

Sign up  below if you would like to be on the team to occasionally prepare a meal to bless a family in need.

Building Your Finances God’s Way – Group Forming
This six-week financial discipleship group will study God’s word regarding money and possessions and how to practically apply it in our lives. This is not only an opportunity to grow spiritually, but also to connect to others within our Peachtree Corners (PTC) family at Perimeter. The class will meet in Gordon & Joy Moore’s home in PTC, on either Monday or Tuesday evenings. 

To get additional details on the course content and requirements Click Here
Become a School Liaison

Do you have a heart for schools, teachers and students and long to see Kingdom impact in our schools in Peachtree Corners? If so, we’d love to tell you about a role we are seeking to fill in each of our area schools including Simpson Elementary, Peachtree Elementary, Stripling Elementary, Pinckneyville Middle School, Cornerstone, Wesleyan, Paul Duke and Norcross HS. The primary emphasis of this role is to be a liaison for prayer support for the educators and our children whom they serve.

Volunteer with Fully Furnished | Furniture Movers
Help pick up or deliver furniture.  This is a great project for your small group.  Serve together on a Saturday morning from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM picking up donations or delivering furniture to a needy family.
Volunteer with Fully Furnished | Share the Gospel
Be on a "Heart Team."  On Saturday mornings, be the follow-up to a furniture delivery.  From relationships, add finishing touches, and share the gospel.  If you love to share the gospel, recruit a friend and serve together.
Volunteer With Fully Furnished | Restore Furniture
Help restore furniture and organize donations.  On Tuesday mornings from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM at the warehouse.  Work with others restoring furniture as well as organizing incoming donations.
Volunteer with Fully Furnished | Welcome Baskets
Make a "Welcome Home" basket.  This is a great project for small groups, connect groups, or neighborhood groups.  Fill a basket with needed items for setting up housekeeping.  A list of preferred items will be supplied.  
Host a Food Drive in Your Subdivision
In March or early April host a food drive in your subdivision or on your street to benefit Neighborhood Cooperative Ministries that serves the needy in our area. Decide on a Saturday morning and a place to collect food from your neighbors. Flyers, signs, and bags will be provided by Community Outreach. Three weeks before the food drive, order flyers, signs, and bags from Community Outreach. Two weeks before the food drive, hand out flyers to your neighbors. One week before, place reminder signs in key locations. On Saturday of your food drive, hang out and greet your neighbors (usually from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM). Take this as an opportunity to invite them to Easter services.