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Worship Services

Holy Eucharist is celebrated every Sunday

  • at 10:00 am in our air-conditioned chapel during summer months

  • at 10:00 am in the church from Sept. 11 through June.  Healing prayer and anointing at most services, during Communion. 


Church School children (pre-K – 6th) and Confirmation teens (7th-9th) begin in the church at 9:55 a.m., and leave with their teachers for their classes after the opening hymn and prayer.  They rejoin the congregation for Holy Communion.   

However -- Children are ALWAYS welcome in church.  A "Soft Spot" is available in the church for young families.  


Refreshments follow the service in the Reception Room

FACEBOOK LIVE PRAYERS FOR HEALING, INSPIRATION, GRATITUDE, AND REMEMBRANCE are held every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.  You don't need a personal Facebook page to participate (just use the icon link below), and prayer requests are always welcome in the chat or beforehand to the Rector, or through the Contact Page here on our website.  



Ash Wednesday, February 14, 7 - 8 am  "Ashes to Go" at the Tenafly Bus Stop  5 pm Family service: Burning of palms into Ashes.  7:30 pm Ash Wednesday Liturgy, Communion.


Sunday, February 18, 9:55 am  The First Sunday in Lent.  The Great Litany in Candlelight Procession, Holy Eucharist, Rite One.  Church School and Confirmation Class.

Lenten Eucharists begin - Thursday, February 22, 8:30 a.m.  Four Lenten Eucharists - Feb. 22, 29, March 14, 21.  30-minute service in the Chapel, followed by coffee and muffins

Instructed Eucharist, Sunday, February 25, 9:55 am  The Second Sunday in Lent.  The first of two instructed Eucharists (Part One:  The Word).

Instructed Eucharist, Sunday, March 3, 9:55 am  The Third Sunday in Lent.  The second of two instructed Eucharists

(Part Two:  The Holy Communion).

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The Lynne Bleich Weber Ecumenical Chapel
is a lovely and quiet space that is open 24/7 for prayer and meditation.  The chapel was re-named in 2018 celebrating the 25th anniversary of our rector's ordination.  Lynne Weber has served as Diocesan Ecumenical and Interreligious Officer for 20 years, and also assists at the national level.


Taize Prayers

7:00 pm on seven "First Sundays" in the Chapel

Looking for a more meditative form of worship?  Look no further! Our Taizé service is a candlelight service of simple songs, scripture, prayer, and ten minutes of silence.  It is designed to encourage people of different Christian backgrounds, or none at all, to worship together.  The songs, using just a few words, are sung many times in a meditative way, to allow our hearts and minds to find peace in God's presence.  The service is accompanied by piano, flute, drum, and voice.


Our Taizé service is described by one of our members as  “the most peaceful 45 minutes in my busy life.” 

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Special Services

Baptism, Marriage, Confirmation, Reconciliation/Confession, as well as pastoral counseling are offered to all – by appointment; you don’t have to be a member of Atonement.  Call or contact us by email, and we’ll get back to you.  


Even better drop by the church office during regular hours.

OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday through Friday, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm 

Tel: 201.568.1763


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