All are welcome! Church of the Atonement is an Episcopal Church. As believers in Jesus Christ - his life and teaching, his death and resurrection - we have a 150-year legacy of faith, hope and love. We strive to tell and exemplify God’s love and healing for every human being. We believe that God loves you – no exceptions.
To watch worship live every Sunday at 10:00 am go to Atonement's FaceBook page or click here.
In-person Sunday morning worship (also streamed and recorded) every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. in the church. You're invited to join us. Register to attend each week. See more information below.
Resuming in-person Sunday morning worship at
8:00 am in Chapel. Register to attend.
October 17, 2021 - St. Luke Healing Sunday Eucharist
You can also view recorded videos on our YouTube channel.
To view videos of earlier services see Archive
Earth Day Message from the Environmental Committee:
Our stewardship of God's Creation
We have returned to in-person Sunday morning services of Holy Eucharist in the church. We will also continue to stream our services. So, if you prefer, you can watch worship in the church every Sunday at 10:00 am live on FaceBook. See the link to our page above (www.facebook.com/thechurchoftheatonement). Services will also be recorded, and you can access them on this website, on FaceBook or YouTube.
Click on this link for more information about our COVID safety precautions, including registering in advance, masks, social distancing, and Communion in one kind (Bread) only. Each week, we ask for you to contact our parish office on the Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, 10 am - 3 pm, prior to each Sunday. See the contact page for Pat D'Anna.
For more information about our worship and education, or questions about Holy Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage or Burial, please send us a message through our Contact Page.
Small groups such as Bible Study, Book Group, and Vestry meetings have gone online via Zoom. Check out our Spiritual Growth and Education Page
Everyone please stay safe and healthy!
Facebook Live Prayer
Through mid-August 2021, Facebook Live Prayers were held three times a week.
Beginning on September 4, we will hold these online healing prayers every Wednesday and Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Each prayer time lasts about twenty minutes. Lynne, our rector, or a lay leader will include the names of all those for whom prayers have been requested. If you follow our Facebook page, you’ll know right away when it's happening live online.
You can also send prayer requests through the Contact page on this website.
To enjoy selections performed by our Atonement Musician go to our Music Archive
"Blessings to Go"
We continue our new ministry of offering spiritual support to
our community - wherever we can set up our "Blessings Booth."
Interfaith blessing cards and individual spoken blessings & prayers
are available to anyone who wants them. No pressure!
Next location: TBD
To see church calendar click here.
Children and Teens begin in church and go with their teachers to their programs after the opening hymns and prayer, then rejoin the congregation for Communion.