Peachtree City United Methodist Church

Over the years, Peachtree City United Methodist Church has been through many phases of growth. The church was established in the mid 1970’s in a small but growing community. It […]

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Peachtree City United Methodist Church

Over the years, Peachtree City United Methodist Church has been through many phases of growth. The church was established in the mid 1970’s in a small but growing community. It originally purchased a three-acre tract of land and built a sanctuary that seated 500 people. However, rapid community growth and an increase in membership prompted church leaders to purchase an additional 63 acres at a nearby location for future expansion.

CDH Partners designed a five-phase master plan that included the construction of a new multi-purpose fellowship hall/250-seat chapel, a sanctuary with a seating capacity of 1,800, a music suite, prayer chapel, educational space, and administrative offices. Additional on-site parking also was added.

This traditional Methodist church was designed with contemporary elements to emphasis the church’s music and drama ministries along with the regular Sunday worship services. Therefore, special consideration was given to the sanctuary’s lighting and sound. Future phases include the construction of an outdoor amphitheater, a recreation center, ball fields, and walking trails. A small water-retention lake will be created by utilizing a creek that bisects the property.

Owner:

Peachtree United Methodist Church
Peachtree City, Georgia

Site Development:

63 acres

Square Footage

44,100 – Phase 1
28,200 – Phase 2
12,800 – Phase 3
70,000 – Phase 4
20,000 – Phase 5

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