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Peachtree Church COVID Campus Protocols
Beginning August 1, 2021

The mayor of the City of Atlanta has issued an executive order requiring individuals over age 9 wear face coverings while indoors in public spaces. All Peachtree staff will now wear face coverings while indoors on campus.

Unvaccinated and vaccinated adults are requested and encouraged to wear face coverings on campus and in worship. Face coverings will be available at the entrance to the sanctuary.

A section of the sanctuary will be reserved where social distancing is accommodated.

Children and Families Ministry and Children and Families Ministry and Student Ministry staff and volunteers, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, will continue to wear face coverings when in direct contact with children and students.

Read a letter from Dr. Richard Kannwischer regarding current Covid-19 protocols.

On August 15, our morning worship schedule will include three in-person services and one online worship service. Rejoice with us as we Behold in Worship with four Sunday morning gatherings.

As we continue to navigate this time of pandemic and begin the process of completely re-opening our campus, Peachtree is committed to providing worship opportunities for all our Peachtree family. We have 2 in-person services in addition to our 10am online service. We offer a traditional in-person worship service at 9:15am and a contemporary in-person service at 10:45am. 

Online worship

Sundays  |  10am

Thousands in the Atlanta community, throughout the United States, and even around the world, tune in each week to share in worship. For some, this will continue to be the best and safest option. We request persons with pre-existing conditions continue joining us for our online service at 10am. 

In-person worship


9:15am: Traditional Worship

10:45am: Contemporary Worship

Your pastors, staff, and lay leadership welcome the return of unrestricted in-person worship. We are now ready to invite you back to in-person worship with no registration requirements and no social distancing or masks protocols for the fully vaccinated. If you are still not comfortable without masks, a section of the sanctuary will be reserved where masks and social distancing will be required.

We want this to be a time of joy and celebration, and the Peachtree staff is working to ensure you experience the gladness of being in the house of the Lord with your church family. Please extend patience and understanding with these procedures and know that we are committed to making this transition back to unrestricted in-person worship as positive and hassle-free as possible.

And whatever you do, whether in word or deed,

do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus,

giving thanks to God the Father through him.

Colossians 3:17