Welcome to Peachtree Corners Baptist Church!
I am so glad that you have taken the time to get to know us better!
As you tour our site you will notice that we offer something for everyone, from nursery aged children to senior adults. You will read about our mission statement, “To know Christ and to make Him known”. There is a lot of great information here, but you won’t really know us until you come to one of our dynamic worship services where you will encounter powerful teaching and inspirational music. Don’t forget to come to one of our community building LIFE Groups for children, students or adults.
If you are new in your Christian faith, this is a place for you to strengthen your faith. If you have questions about what it means to be a Christian, this is a place for you to discover the answers to your questions. If you have been away from the church for a long time, you are always welcome here. If you are new to the area, we believe we can be a great church home for you as we pray you quickly get grounded into your new community.
My desire is that you find the love of God in a deep and personal way so much so that it changes your life forever.
Consider me a point person for you as you begin (or continue) your spiritual journey in Christ. If you have any questions about our church, ministries or anything else for that matter, please do not hesitate to contact me anytime.
I look forward to seeing you next Sunday!
In March 1980, Dunwoody Baptist Church voted to start the Peachtree Corners Mission. In October that year they voted to call a Minister of Missions. In February 1981, Rev. Marion Hayes was called to be a church starter and immediately began the process by contacting the 12 church members who had expressed interest in joining in this work. The initial meeting of the Peachtree Corners Baptist Chapel was attended by 15 believers in the home of Marion and Jackie Hayes. Marion challenged this group to "pray and dream about our work together. God is going to do something great and He is going to let us help." That call to share in God’s vision was quickly blessed as the group grew quickly to 30 and met for 10 weeks on Sunday nights in the Hayes’ den. During this time, the Missions Committee at Dunwoody was fervently praying in support of this group and voted in April 1981 to purchase a modular (double wide trailer) to be placed on the lot in Peachtree Corners given by Jim Cowart. The trailer church had a gravel parking lot and had 46 chairs set up for its first service. This limited faith was overwhelmed by God’s blessing of 79 people for the first service and rapid growth as people were drawn to this corner where God was at work. A second trailer was added in October to provide Sunday School rooms for the children.
At PCBC, we have a simple mission statement that sums up our aim as a church:
Our mission is…
“To know Christ and to make Him known…all for His glory.”To unpack that a little…