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Love, be loved!  Church of the Atonement is an Episcopal Church where everyone is welcome. 

As believers in Jesus Christ - his inspiring life and teaching, his saving death and resurrection - we have a 150-year legacy of faith, hope and love. 


As an inclusive and affirming spiritual community, we strive to tell and exemplify

God’s love and healing for every human being.

To watch our 10:00 a.m. worship service (prelude at 9:55 a.m.) streamed live every Sunday  -- 
visit Atonement's Facebook page
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Coming Up at Atonement

Remembering & Honoring Jack Croneberger 

As previously publicized via email and in bulletins:

Funeral - Saturday, March 18, 12 noon - Christ Episcopal Church, Reading, Pennsylvania.    And - streamed to:

Memorial at Atonement - Sunday, March 26, 3:00 p.m.  

"Water Sunday" (Mid-Lent) - March 19, 9:55 a.m.

Renewal of Baptismal & Water Conservation Vows, 

Special presentation, Holy Eucharist 

"Family Sunday" - March 26, 9:55 a.m.

Our young people read, make music, and engage our congregation

in interactive learning on the sacraments!  

Palm/Passion Sunday - April 2, 9:45 a.m. - Auditorium

Palms, Procession, Pergolesi's "Stabat Mater", Eucharist

Earth Day Message from the Environmental Committee:

Our stewardship of God's Creation

All are welcome to our in-person Sunday morning services of Holy Eucharist.  We will also continue to stream our services.  Recorded services may be accessed on our Facebook page.

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, Sacred Ground, and Discovery Nights (especially for newcomers) are now held in person as well as online via Zoom (hybrid). Check out our Spiritual Growth and Education page.
Everyone please stay safe and healthy!  We are currently mask-optional.

To enjoy selections performed by our Atonement musicians go to our Music Archive

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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.

Children and Teens

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If you have any problems with the site please email webmaster at Contact Page.

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