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Our Leadership

Meet the people who give freely, care deeply, and serve faithfully.




Our Leadership

Meet the people who give freely, care deeply, and serve faithfully.









Stephen Longenecker

Stephen Longenecker
God Time Coordinator, slongenecker@atonementwyo.org

Stephen joined the Atonement staff as God Time Coordinator in the fall of 2015.  In addition to providing music and organization support for God Time, Stephen also serves as one of the musicians for Common Ground and sings in the Atonement Choir.   Stephen has been a member of Atonement Lutheran Church for over twenty years and feels very blessed to have the opportunity to use his passions for music, education, and technology to serve his home congregation.   

Stephen holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Richmond, where he majored in vocal performance and also studied theatre, organ performance, and choral conducting.  Since graduating,  Stephen has maintained a career as an active performer, music educator, director, and church musician.   Until 2014, Stephen served as the Oaklawn-Tuttle Director of Vocal Music at the Hill School, in Pottstown, where he directed four vocal ensembles, taught classes in the Arts Department, and was the musical director and conductor for the Ellis Theatre Guild.    Most recently, Stephen served as the Director of Music and Organist for Reformation Lutheran Church on Perkiomen Ave in Exeter.

A desire for a life centered around family and faith brought Stephen back home to Wyomissing full-time, where he currently resides with his wife and two daughters, Eva and Ellie.   Stephen is actively engaged in the local community; he maintains a private music studio, directs the drama club at Wyomissing Jr/Sr High School, performs in the Vox Philia Chamber Choir, and is the office manager at the Bone & Joint Care Center.  In his free time, Stephen enjoys cooking, traveling, and gardening.   



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