A Place to Belong: Cheryl Davis

Belong Communities are Peachtree’s opportunity for you to become more engaged in the life and ministry of your church. We will introduce you to people who have found A Place to Belong and tell you how being in community enhances spiritual growth and maturity.


Cheryl has been a member of Peachtree for many years, but after she and her husband purchased a home at Lake Hartwell, their attendance became less frequent. Years passed, but after her career as an oncology nurse unexpectedly ended, a friend urged her to come to a women’s Bible study at Peachtree.

Soon, Cheryl was reunited and engaged with a community. New relationships flourished and her connection with God grew strong and vibrant again. In early 2019, Cheryl was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer that had been in her body for a number of years, undetected.


Cheryl’s women’s community immediately enveloped her in prayer and love. She credits this community and their prayers for her strength and hope and she thanks God for His loving faithfulness.


God created each of us to love and support one another in Christian community. At Peachtree, we gather, learn, serve, and care with and for each other.


If you are not a member of a community at Peachtree, we encourage you to find A Place to Belong.

Visit PeachtreeChurch.com/Belong to find a community. 

Mobile Medical Mission India

The world is hurting and Peachtree is working to take care of people in our community and around the world. In a time of global pandemic, Peachtree's mobile medical missions in India continue to provide medicine, physicians, and hope when it is needed most.

Check out this story and see how your church is fulfilling our mission of 'Joining Christ daily in the restoration of all things,' even on the other side of the planet.

Feeding the 5000

Peachtree's COVID-19 response includes an initiative to encourage our community by cooperating with our mission partners to address food security concerns during the crisis. See how Peachtree is delivering on our commitment to be an encouragement to our community.

Darria Gillespie, MD, MBA Interview

Dr. Kannwischer interviews Peachtree member, Dr. Darria Gillespie, MD MBA about the recent events relating to COVID-19. Her request for prayer for the medical community and helpful insights will inspire and inform you.

A Place to Belong: Eddy Family

Erik and Shelley have a great marriage, healthy children, successful careers, and a beautiful home. Yet, they both had a sense that something was missing. Having children raised concerns and questions all young parents face. Shelley visited Peachtree and heard about Alpha, a course that explores the basics of the Christian faith. She and Erik decided to attend and began a path of exploration that is helping them find answers to their questions.

A Recipe for Hunger Prevention

Peachtree is collecting a special offering to benefit our local community by preventing hunger for at-risk families in our area.

N.T. Wright Speaks at Peachtree

N. T. Wright grew up in the north-east of England and studied Classics and Theology at Oxford, where he was ordained in 1975 and took his doctorate (on St Paul) in 1981, having served as a college chaplain, and taught New Testament, in both Oxford and Cambridge. He was the Canon Theologian of Westminster Abbey and served as the Bishop of Durham from 2003–2010.

Tom Wright has authored more than 70 books, including the bestsellers Simply Christian, Surprised by Hope, and Simply Jesus, as well as the popular ‘Everyone’ series of commentaries and the academic series ‘Christian Origins and the Question of God’. He is now serving as the Chair of New Testament and Early Christianity at the School of Divinity at the University of St. Andrews.

Seeds of Hope

Ever wonder what happens to all those seeds we pack in the winter at Peachtree? A film crew traveled with our Senior Pastor, Dr. Richard Kannwischer, and our mission team, to the other side of the planet to see how these seeds are restoring hope in Malawi.


A young boy’s dream is fulfilled when he has access to an education. An education sponsorship provided by Peachtree made high school and college a reality for Bonaventure. Now, he is inspiring others in his village to achieve what he has done.

Peachtree Restoring Hope and Dignity

Hear and see Loretta Zimmermann’s experience from her recent trip to India where she witnessed the restoration of hope and dignity to children rescued from the human trafficking industry. Peachtree is ‘Joining Christ daily in the restoration of all things.’

With Disruptive Compassion

Peachtree’s mission is: Joining Christ daily in the restoration of all things. For the O’Neal family, ‘Joining Christ daily’ is more than a mission statement. It is a way of life and they are seeking to restore hope for some of our state’s most vulnerable.

Rutledge 2019

Every summer for the past 76 years, students at Peachtree attend a week of spiritual retreat at Camp Rutledge. With no smart phones, iPads, or television, the distractions and noise of the world give way to a focus on community and hearing the voice of God.


Bill Tucker, an Elder at Peachtree Presbyterian, recently witnessed life-changing restoration during a trip to India.


Peachtree is committed to encouraging and equipping men to become a positive impact for Jesus at home, at work, and in the community. Join us and find fellowship with men who are becoming more Christ-like each week.