For the week of March 22
Relay for Life!
April 17th, 6p.m.-midnight.
Please consider joining our team to walk in the Relay for Life! The evening is full of fun activities with lots of food, prizes, and events throughout the night.
PCR is raffling off a basket of “Princess” themed items and asks for any donations that pertain to this theme. The pink basket is located on the Relay table in the hallway.
Thank you, Hunger Walk Supporters!!!
The 2015 Hunger Walk was, once again, a success. Thanks to the faithful leadership of our Team Captain, Shawn Gales, PCR had 12 walkers and thanks to your generous donations our team surpassed our original fundraising goal. We are very close to reaching $8,000 and there's still an opportunity to make that happen until March 31st. Please make donations payable to PCR and mark it “Hunger Walk Donation”. As usual, your contributions and support truly make a difference to our Food Pantry.
Tween and Youth Progressive Dinner
Friday, March 27th, 5-9pm
3676 Georgia 20
Meet us at the church at 5 p.m. for an awesome evening.
We will start with dessert, travel to another house for dinner, and then finish the night at a different house for appetizers! It's sure to be a fun evening for all!
During our traveling times, we will have a fun scavenger hunt and other activities.
Please bring a small "White Elephant" gift to exchange as part of the activities.
A signed permission slip is required! There will be slips available at the church at drop off, or you may email the church office (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will email a copy to you.
Please RSVP by Monday, March 23rd.
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Linda Moon, recovering from knee replacement surgery
Evelyn Spivey, recovering from a heart procedure at home
Joan McMullan, back surgery scheduled for April 13
Marilyn Gladue, recovering from a fall
Brenda Slade, recovering from surgery
Freeman Barber, recovering from hip surgery, at Yellow Brick
Marcus Walker, recovering from surgery on both wrists
Roxy McNeil, Daphne Nash’s friend, in challenging times celebrating the birth of one twin, Scarlett, and mourning the loss of another, Riley
Bob Long, Mary Wallace's brother, congestive heart failure & unable to eat which are complications of renal cancer, having more tests
John Luke Ramsey, Sandra and Jim’s grandson, fractured leg
Melanie, Mike and Mary Schaeffer’s daughter, testing new medications for treatment
Harry Burnett, Jerry Fishers brother, hospitalized for congestive heart failure
Tim Wallace, Tommy Wallace's brother, recovering from prostate surgery on March 17th
Jerry, Fay Kitchens’ brother, health issues and kidney failure
Evelynne, daughter of a colleague of Mary Mansell’s, at Atlanta Children’s Health Care with recurring high fevers
Buser Family, friends of Daphne Nash, grandson DJ diagnosed with MD
Mya, student of Courtni Mitchell, diagnosed with osteosarcoma
Mollye, relative of Mary Scheaffer, multiple health concerns as she stops medical intervention
Tony Armstrong, nephew of Mary Wallace, multiple health problems
Jean Rush, friend of Charlene Morgan, Stage 4 lung cancer
Penny Hill, Executive Presbyter, receiving chemo for lung cancer
Our neighbors in need who have received food from PCR’S Food Pantry
Shut Ins: Freeman Barber, Jean Ghee, Louise Hanekamp, Doris Kirby, Ray Morgan, Emelyn Sexton, Evelyn Spivey, Hope Woodruff
Worship - 11:00
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.