Church of the Atonement is an Episcopal Church. As believers in the teachings of Jesus Christ, we have a legacy of inclusion, aspiring to tell and exemplify God’s love for every human being. We believe that God loves you – no exceptions.
150 Years of Faith, Love, and Service
Thanks to all who made our Annual Country Fair a great success
If you visited us to take advantage of our great bargains, joined us for lunch at the chuck wagon or helped out at the dinner and booths, Atonement thanks you. Please make sure you patronize all the terrific establishments who took an advertisement in our Fair pamphlet. Their support is critical to our success.
Coffee and Conversation - Miller's Bakery
Thursday, November 21st at 11:00 am
A biblical reflection, with no need for preparation or background knowledge.
We will read and discuss while enjoying a snack.
SAVE THE DATES - THANKSGIVING SERVICES
Tuesday, November 26th at 7:30 pm - This year Atonement is hosting the Interfaith Community Thanksgiving Service. If you want to join the choir for this service, rehearsal is at 6:30 pm.
Come, share, and give thanks with our neighbors across religious traditions and denomination. Bring an item of food for the Center for Food Action and an object.memento of your family heritage.
November 28th at 10:00 am - Atonement will offer a service of the Eucharist on Thanksgiving.
"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
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.
To see church calendar click here.