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.
Our Pentecost Tribute to the
Spirit at Atonement:
A brief interview with Walton Clark about hunger in our community and what we can do to respond, partnering with Center for Food Action
To view videos of earlier services see Archive
Enjoy selections performed by some of our Atonement Musicians
To see other music videos see Music Archive
Facebook Live Prayer
Our rector, Lynne Weber will be offering prayers every day at 7 p.m. for the foreseeable future. Each prayer time lasts about fifteen minutes. Lynne 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 the website.
Per the direction of the Bishop of Newark, Atonement has cancelled all worship services for a period of three weeks beginning this Sunday.
Small groups such as Bible Study, Book Group, and Vestry meetings have gone online via Zoom.
If you’d like to know more about our Bible study and other adult ed opportunities, please send an email through our Contact page. We’ll be glad to send you the latest schedule and information about participating. All are welcome!
The Thrift Shop is closed until further notice.
Everyone please stay safe and healthy!
"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.