Dear Peachtree Family,
Over the last few weeks, we’ve been exploring what it means to draw close to one another and to God. Journeying through the book of Genesis and with an eye toward relationships, we discovered God created us for friendship and fellowship. Every day, God sends us little invitations or bids to connect with Him. God pursues us and seeks us out. He does this with vulnerability and the willingness to risk.
This week in worship, we will dive into the famous story of Cain and Abel, finding one of the most destructive forces in any relationship. It is also a weekend when we celebrate our Scottish heritage as Presbyterians at the 8:45 and 10:00 services through the “Kirkin’ o’ the Tartan.” Having been in Scotland this last year, I picked up a new tie overseas just for the occasion.
I hope that you have enjoyed the snow, stayed out of the frigid temperatures, and remained safe this winter season. We are mindful of those for whom this weather is not an inconvenience but a threat, and we are grateful for our longstanding ministry partners such as Buckhead Christian Ministries, Covenant House of Georgia, and Atlanta Mission for the faithful work that cares for those in need.
With joy in Christ,