Welcome to
Worship
at Peachtree

As we continue to navigate this time of pandemic and begin the process of responsibly 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. Beginning Sunday, April 18, registration is no longer required for in-person worship services. Social distancing and mask protocols will remain in place for all persons while on campus.

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 most, 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

Sundays

9:15am: Traditional Worship

10:45am: Contemporary Worship

Your pastors, staff, and lay leadership have longed for the return of in-person worship. We are now ready to move forward with limited capacity worship that follows public health recommendations and guidelines. Sunday morning at Peachtree will be different from what you were used to, but we ask for your cooperation and patience as we travel the path to normalcy together.

Even if you believe the following procedures are not necessary for your own safety, we ask that you respect the concerns of those attending in-person worship with you and observe these protocols. With love and unity, let us commit to support each other in making the environment as welcoming and engaging as possible while respecting these guidelines. Please review the following information thoroughly before arrival.

Arrival

Parking will be accessible at two locations, and all other entrances will be closed.


All worshippers can park in either the Dogwood parking deck behind the Lodge building or on the main side of the campus by Kellett chapel.


Handicap parking is available and accessible at the driveway beside Kellet Chapel.


Please bring masks for yourself and all family members over 3 years old. Masks are required on campus at all times after leaving your car.

The Sanctuary

For parking on the main side of the campus, including handicapped parking, enter the building at the rear entrance and proceed to the double elevator.


From the Dogwood Parking Deck, enter the sanctuary from the front doors on Roswell Road only. No other entry doors will be accessible.


Please maintain social distancing as you enter and throughout your time on campus.


An usher will seat you when your entire party is present.


Family group seatings will be spaced six feet apart.


Masks are required at all times in the sanctuary. If you do not wish to wear a mask, we invite you to join us at 10am for our online service.

In Worship

We request you avoid the natural tendency to shake hands or hug your friends.


Bibles and hymnals have been temporarily removed, along with prayer cards and other printed materials. You may submit prayer requests at PeachtreeChurch.com/Prayer


A digital Order of Worship will be available on your smartphone or device.


Tithes and offerings can be given online at PeachtreeChurch.com/Give, via Text to Give, or placed in baskets located at the sanctuary exits.


Ushers will dismiss attendees by section and pew location during the postlude.

On Campus Programming

 The Nest is thrilled to welcome back our littlest congregants to Sunday mornings at Peachtree. Sunday morning nursery care is available for children 8 weeks through 3-years-old. You will be given an option to register your child for the Nest when you register your family for in-person worship.


Sunday morning Belong Communities are not meeting on campus.

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 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