For the week of May 29th

Memorial Day

The office will be closed on Monday, May 30th for Memorial Day. We will reopen on Tuesday morning!

Special Food Pantry Offering

Each Communion Sunday, we take a special food collection for items that we cannot purchase through ACFB or for items that are not cost effective through ACFB. This month the items that are needed are:

Dried Beans

Peanut Butter


Thank you for your continued support of our Food Pantry!

Special Welcome

Sunday, June 19th

We will be welcoming our new Interim Pastor, Nicole. Instead of Sunday School, we will have a meet and greet in the narthex with some light refreshments. Hope to see all of you there!

-Membership Committee

Camp Meeting

Smyrna Presbyterian Church

June 24th - 30th, 2016

Come join us for worship service nightly @ 7:30 p.m. and Bible study daily at 11:00 a.m.

There is even more fun, with children and youth activities, dinner every evening at 6:00 p.m., and the pool will be open daily. Don't miss it!

Nursery Worker

PCR is looking for a new nursery worker!

The hours for this position would be Sunday mornings, 9:30-12:30.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, and can provide their own transportation.

If you, or someone you know, is interested in this position, please contact Steve Blackstone at (404)-403-8160.

Vacation Bible School

Are you ready for a fun week of games, skits, crafts, Bible stories, and more? This year we will be learning the musical "Donkey Tales".

June 20-24

8:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Registration forms are located in the narthex. Please return completed forms to the church office.

Father's day Flowers

Father's Day is June 19th. The carnations will be $3.00 each and may be taken home after church. Order forms along with your check (made payable to PCR/PW) or cash attached must be turned into the office by Wednesday, June 15th. Please submit all orders on this form. The money MUST accompany your order. Profits from flowers support PW's mission projects.

Prayer Concerns

Please be in prayer this week for:

Eddie Campbell, undergoing chemo

Jane McMillian

Joe, Linda Moon’s husband, recovering from eye surgery

Stella Dempsey, friend of Gloria Samut, end stage cancer

Stuart Nicholson, Jim and Virginia’s son, recovering from surgery

Leashell Weido, daughter-in-law of Charlene and Dan, health issues.

Bill Woodall, friend of PCR, receiving chemo

Chip, friend of Mike Sager, stage 4 cancer

Jill Murphy, friend of Rebecca Leonard, breast cancer treatment

Pete Fisher, Karen Mitchell's cousin, diagnosed with liver cancer

Harrison and Hailey Waldron, continued recovery

Avery White, Elaine’s brother-in-law, health problems

Mary Street Williams, Delia’s friend, colon cancer

Kathy Evans, friend of PCR, receiving chemo

Sybil Hernandez and her three young children, daughter of a friend of Carrell Kalland, family crisis

Diane Terry, friend of the Tate family, breast cancer

J. D. Johnson, cousin of Eloise, receiving treatment for mesothelioma

Bobby, Ron Jones’ friend, cancer

Lillie Curry, Brenda Gales’ aunt, colon cancer

Sandra Hancoch, friend of Margaret Lambert, breast cancer

Karen Smith, friend of Margaret Lambert, fighting cancer

Sonya, niece of Kenneth Jenkins, fighting breast cancer

Doug Switzer’s daughter, friend of Mike Sager, melanoma

Debra Reeves, friend of Mike Sager, breast cancer

Bob Long, Mary Wallace's brother, multiple health concerns

Jay Morgan, nephew of Dan Morgan, Stage 4 cancer

Rev. Penny Hill, cancer treatment

Our neighbors in need who have received food from PCR’S Food Pantry

Shut Ins: Freeman Barber, Gloria Blankenship, Jean Ghee, Louise Hanekamp, Doris Kirby, Emelyn Sexton, Evelyn Spivey, Hope Woodruff

Prayer Request Update

We have been praying for a man named Harrison Waldron. Here is a photo of him and his continued progress!

Two months ago, it was impossible for Harrison to sit on the couch like this. He is getting so strong/controlled and is progressing better than ever before. It's been a great day in his recovery!

About PCR

Sunday School- 9:45 a.m.

Worship- 11:00 a.m.

We are a welcoming, caring congregation, strong in fellowship and faithfully committed to worshiping God. Traditional in organization and open in worship, our mission is to share the love of God by serving our neighbors, whether we meet them around the corner or around the world.