We're known as the Encouragement Place — and for good reason: we are convinced that encouragement is a biblical ministry and a goal of healthy congregations.

Our aim is to make our times of worship, study, and fellowship so encouraging that people will say, "I was glad when they said to me, 'Let us go into the house of the Lord.'" (Psalm 122:1)

Connections are so important for spiritual health. Be encouraged by finding a place to connect with us.


    Young married and growing families make up the Life Builders ministry. This group meets together for fellowship meals and service activities periodically throughout the year.

    CONTACT: Tyler Watts


    Designed for empty nesters and anyone else who enjoys fellowship with believers, the Hilltoppers ministry has a number of activities each month. From trips to the theater, visits to Atlanta, movie nights and dinners, this group is always on the go.

    CONTACT: Lew and Terri Foshee

  • Women's Ministry

    Women of all ages and stages are welcome in the Peachtree City Church of Christ's women's ministry. This group of women is focused on encouraging one another in their everyday spiritual walks.

    Regular events include:

    Wednesday Night Bible Study: Weekly in the fall and winter quarter, Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Check out our current classes.

    Annual Retreat: Each year the women of the congregation take a long weekend together to reconnect and recenter.

    Becoming: An inspirational gathering for women to foster spiritual growth and fellowship in an intimate, “girlfriend” type atmosphere within our community in the south Atlanta area.

    Girls' Nights Out: Periodic get-togethers to foster relationship building, from painting at an art studio to meeting in members' home. Check out the latest events to see what's coming up.

    CONTACTLeigh Ann Stone

  • Men's Ministry

    Our Men's Ministry encourages Christian men to fulfill their responsibilities as spiritual leaders in the home and church. 

    Regular events include:

    Men's night: Occasional gathering for a meal and discussion of God's word as it relates to our duties as God's men.

    Breakfasts: held periodically at a local restaurant or the building, this is a great time for sharing and praying together.

    ROMEO (Retired Old Men Eating Out): An occasional fellowship opportunity where the name says it all.

    Check out the latest events to see what's coming up.

    CONTACT: Aaron McCullough


Making closer connections within our church family.