Christmas Worship Services

December 22, 23, and 24


In-Person Christmas Eve Candlelight Services

December 22   |  7:00pm

December 23   |   5:00pm  |  7:00pm

December 24   |  3:00pm  |  5:00pm  |  7:00pm

The majesty of the Advent season is captured in music, message, and the beauty of sharing the light of Christ with candles as we sing our favorite Christmas hymns.


Nursery is available for all services.


Registration is required for in-person services and will be available on this page Monday, December 13 at 9am.

Young Families Service

December 24   |  10:00am

Join us for this interactive service for families of toddlers and young preschoolers. This delightful telling of Christmas will capture hearts of children and parents alike. Sing your favorite carols and experience God’s story in a fresh way.


Registration is required for in-person services and will be available on this page Monday, December 13 at 9am.

Online Christmas Eve Service

December 24   |   5:00pm

The online service will be available on this page.

Christmas Eve FAQs (click to expand)

Are masks required?

No, they are requested and encouraged, but not required.

Will there be social distancing?

We do have a section of the sanctuary with social distancing and that is the South Transept floor.

Does my registration provide me with a specific seat in the sanctuary?

You will have a reserved spot in the sanctuary, but the location of your seat is on a first come, first serve basis.

How do I cancel or change my registration?

If registration is still open, please click on the registration link and  then click on the "cancel" registration button. Then register for another worship service. If registration is closed, please email your request to:

Which Christmas Worship services have candlelight? 

December 22   |  7:00pm

December 23   |   5:00pm  |  7:00pm

December 24   |  3:00pm  |  5:00pm  |  7:00pm

Who can I contact for additional questions

Please email questions to:

An Advent Invitation: Waiting in Expectation

Thursday, December 2   |   7:00pm   |   Wilson Chapel

Please join us as we welcome and prepare our hearts for the Advent Season with spiritual formation practices designed to draw us toward God as we wait in expectation.


Christmas is filled with busyness and rushing, and so often we miss what it means to welcome Christ in to our lives. We invite you to slow down, pause, reflect, and wait with us as we look expectantly for Jesus to come again.

Women’s Christmas Tea

Saturday, December 4  |  11:00am–1:00pm

Join us for our beloved, annual tradition, the Women's Christmas Tea. Kelly Minter, author and musician, will be with us to celebrate through story and song the hope we have in the gospel.

Due to limited seating and early sell out this year, we will be offering virtual access to the Christmas Tea celebration for $10. Host your friends for an in-home Christmas Tea and watch Kelly Minter live at the Tea on your personal device or TV in your home. This purchase includes a gift bag with five professionally-made Christmas Tea cookies and a variety of Scripture tea for you and your guests to enjoy.

Fair Trade Market

Sunday, December 12  |  8:30am–1:00pm

 Join us for a special holiday shopping event offering unique and beautiful items created by artisans in the worldwide Fair Trade network. Fair Trade certified goods are made in accordance with high standards, promoting safe working conditions, strong environmental protections, and sustainable livelihoods and communities.

2021 Christmas Pops

Sunday, December 12  |  5:00–6:30pm

The Peachtree Music Ministry celebrates the Christmas season with choirs, organ, bells, piano and orchestra.



The Peachtree Chancel Choir

The Peachtree Chancel Bells

The Peachtree Youth Choir

The Peachtree Youth Bells


After the concert, be our guests for a “Homemade Sweets and Treats” reception hosted by our own Peachtree Presbyterian Women (PW) in the Williams Center. 


The concert is free and open to the public; nursery is available for children 4 and under.

Journey to the Manger

Sunday, December 19  |  4:00–7:00pm

This year, join us for a family event that brings the heart of the Christmas story to life in the form of a guided campus walk, visiting a biblical portrayal of each major event that lead to the birth of our Savior. This live, interactive experience includes music and biblical characters leading you and your family on a Journey to the Manger. Enjoy hot chocolate, cider, and cookies!


This is an outdoor event, so be prepared to dress warm and stay dry. The tour is wheelchair and stroller friendly.


Registration opens Wednesday, December 1.

Christmas Offering

And she brought forth her firstborn son,

and wrapped him in swaddling clothes,

and laid him in a manger;

because there was no room for them in the inn.

— Luke 2:7


Imagine preparing for the birth of your child and having nowhere to go, and the relief that comes when you have a place that you can call your own. Through our Christmas offering, we will have the opportunity to provide the gift of first-time homeownership to a family through our partnership with Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. Join us by giving today to support the construction of our 158th Habitat for Humanity. Let us prepare room for our neighbors.

Christmas Poinsettias

If you would like to take part in decorating the Sanctuary with beautiful Christmas poinsettias by honoring or remembering your loved ones, you may purchase poinsettias online.


If you prefer to pay by check, please contact Suzanne Zoller,