Local outreach

missions at home

We believe the mission field at home is just as important as the one abroad.


Our church family exists to share the hope of eternal life with our neighbors and local community. Have questions about any of our benevolence and mission efforts? Ask Bill Macke, our ministry leader of benevolence or Jeff Richardson, our deacon of missions.

  • ASHLEY GLEN

    Our church family has been conducting worship services for the residents of Ashley Glen, an assisted living facility about two miles from our building, for nearly 10 years. Each week at 8:30 a.m., one of our Growth Groups or the youth group hosts a 30-minute service in their activity center. However, you and your family are welcome to attend and encourage the residents any and every week.


    The residents look forward to our visit, and they especially enjoy seeing the many children who attend. Men and boys are encouraged to take part in the service by volunteering to lead songs, read scripture, or bring a message from God's word.


    Contact Warren Sims to volunteer to help lead worship, or show up at 8:30 a.m. on Sundays at 441 Prime Point, Peachtree City, GA 30269 to join the service.

  • raintree village children's home

    Raintree Village is a faith-based, basic residential child care facility located in south Georgia. Raintree Village has been caring for abused and neglected children of Georgia for almost forty years. They care for at risk children between the ages of 5 and 18 years old. Our church family supports Raintree Village through financial gifts and by collecting items for their home and store a few times each year.


    Throughout the year, we'll alert the congregation of needed items for donation, such as dry goods, paper products, cleaning supplies, as well as gently used items for their store. For more donation opportunities, check our Volunteer section.

  • rainbow omega

    The mission of Rainbow Omega is to glorify God by ensuring that adults with developmental disabilities have a permanent and safe home, where their abilities and potentials are respected and nurtured in a Christian environment. Peachtree City Church of Christ has supported Rainbow Omega with financial gifts since YEAR.


    Located in Eastaboga, Ala., Rainbow Omega serves about 88 adults with developmental disabilities who live and work at their home-like facility. Many residents participate in the greenhouse program, part of the in-house vocational program, where they grow ferns and annual flowering plants in the spring, chrysanthemums in the fall and a variety of poinsettias in the winter. Rainbow Omega's name means "hope in the end" and is derived from the Biblical references to the rainbow (which stands for hope) and Omega (the last letter of the Greek alphabet).

  • giveaway day

    Our church family hosted our first annual Giveaway Day in 2016, collecting donated home goods, clothing, furniture and more from the congregation and giving it away free of charge to the local community. We plan to host this event annually as a way to minister to our surrounding communities of Fayetteville, Tyrone, Senoia, Newnan and Peachtree City, and other communities south of metro Atlanta.


    Mark your calendars for this year's give away day on Sept. 30, 2017. If you have items you'd like to donate, please contact ptccoc@ptccoc.com.

  • LOCAL MISSION EFFORTS WE SUPPORT

    Kyle Butt, writer Apologetics Press, a publishing house that has produced scripturally sound and scientifically accurate materials for or over 30 years. Kyle contributes to materials for self study, group study, or evangelistic purposes; topics range from evidences supporting the Christian faith to highly controversial areas that challenge that faith.


    Camp Inagehi, a non-profit organization funded entirely by camp fees and the donation of individuals and churches who are interested in Christian camping. The camp is owned and operated by the Camp Inagehi Board of Directors consisting of members of area churches of Christ. Camp Inagehi is located on 33 beautiful acres in Douglasville, Ga.


    Brian Simon, preacher at rural congregation, Pike County Church of Christ, in Zebulon, Ga.


    The Preacher Scholarship Fund at Freed-Hardeman University, a private liberal arts university associated with the churches of Christ located in Henderson, Tenn.