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COVID-19 Protocol Update
February 25, 2022

Updated CDC guidelines and the City of Atlanta’s lifting of mandatory indoor masking requirements now allow Peachtree Church to remove all COVID-19 masking recommendations on our campus. Masks will no longer be required or requested for staff or worship attendees. As a Christian community, we will continue to respect the individual choices of members and guests while on the Peachtree campus.

Peachtree is committed to providing worship opportunities for all our Peachtree family. We have 3 in-person services in addition to our 11am online service. We offer 2 traditional in-person worship services at 8:45 and 10am and a contemporary in-person service at 11:15am.

Online worship

Sundays  |  11am

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. 

In-person worship

Sundays

8:45 and 10am: Traditional Worship

11:15am: Contemporary Worship

Your pastors, staff, and lay leadership celebrate the return to our full, pre-COVID schedule of in-person worship and encourage you to join us. We are inviting you back to in-person worship with no registration requirements, no social distancing or mask requirements. However, we invite you to use your best judgment for you and your family and know that all are welcome, with or without a mask.

 

We appreciate your patience and support while, together, we seek to provide a welcoming environment for all attending Peachtree worship and activities.

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 during this challenging period and know that we are committed to making in-person worship as positive and uplifting 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