Peachtree’s Student Ministry serves families with students in fifth grade through college. We partner with parents to help disciple and raise the next generation of students as committed followers of Jesus. We connect students to the Living God, His Word, a mentor, and a group of friends to share memories that will last a lifetime.
Sunday Mornings — 11:11
Each Sunday morning, we invite you to join us for 11:11, a virtual Sunday morning program that introduces Biblical ideas and truths. The topics discussed during 11:11 are explored in more depth during our Sunday evening small groups.
Click on an option below to view videos for Fifty6, Middle School, and High School students. New videos are released Sundays at 11:11am.
Fifty6 11:11 Videos
Middle School 11:11 Videos
High School 11:11 Videos
Sunday Nights — A Place for Students to Belong
While worshiping as a congregation and large group is an integral part of the Christian faith, belonging to a small group of peers will shape the way you experience the love of Christ.
Sunday evenings, students gather on campus in small groups to pray, share life, and study God’s Word together. Groups are lead by adult volunteer leaders and are broken up by grade and gender. We want to make sure each student has a place to belong at Peachtree.
We are always in need of small group leaders and volunteers. If God has called you to work with students, email Kristin Combs to get involved.
The Peachtree Summer Fellows program is for college and seminary students who are pursuing God's calling in their lives and discerning if serving the church is where God is directing their futures. The Fellows program is framed around three values: knowing, being, and doing. These stand for what you will learn, how your faith will be formed, and what you will practically experience. All three are vitally important to the holistic maturation of emerging leaders.