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I'm New

Welcome to Atonement Lutheran, we're excited you're here!



I'm New

Welcome to Atonement Lutheran, we're excited you're here!







What can I expect?


If you come on a Sunday morning, you can expect a place full of both tradition and innovation.

We worship God in traditional and contemporary ways.

8:30 & 11 a.m. –– Our worship services on Sunday morning are traditional liturgical Lutheran worship, meaning when you come in the door you’ll receive a bulletin with all the particulars of what we say and do in worship that day. Week-to-week services look pretty similar because of our liturgy – the worship traditions we follow that hold great meaning for us include: Confession and Forgiveness, music, scripture readings and a message prepared by one of the pastors, offering, (every other week, communion) and sending. Note that we have children’s messages at 11 a.m. worship service on non-communion weeks and children’s activity bags to bring into worship, which can be found in the lobby. 

9:30 a.m. –– God Time! worship occurs in the fellowship hall and is more informal, family-friendly, and hands-on. We use a projector and screen rather than a written bulletin and seek to engage all ages more fully in the different parts of worship.  Please see the God Time page for more information. God Time! leads right into Faith Formation (Sunday School) for all ages. 

 For more information on our education options, see the Children’s Faith Enrichment, Confirmation, and Adult Education pages.

 

If you come during the week, you'll find we have a bustling preschool and many activities going on, both Atonement activities and other groups who use our facility.  You'll find lots of information throughout our website, so we invite you to continue to explore!   

 

We've just scheduled New Member Orientation Sessions, so if you'd like to find out more, please join us!  





What can I expect?


If you come on a Sunday morning, you can expect a place full of both tradition and innovation.

We worship God in traditional and contemporary ways.

8:30 & 11 a.m. –– Our worship services on Sunday morning are traditional liturgical Lutheran worship, meaning when you come in the door you’ll receive a bulletin with all the particulars of what we say and do in worship that day. Week-to-week services look pretty similar because of our liturgy – the worship traditions we follow that hold great meaning for us include: Confession and Forgiveness, music, scripture readings and a message prepared by one of the pastors, offering, (every other week, communion) and sending. Note that we have children’s messages at 11 a.m. worship service on non-communion weeks and children’s activity bags to bring into worship, which can be found in the lobby. 

9:30 a.m. –– God Time! worship occurs in the fellowship hall and is more informal, family-friendly, and hands-on. We use a projector and screen rather than a written bulletin and seek to engage all ages more fully in the different parts of worship.  Please see the God Time page for more information. God Time! leads right into Faith Formation (Sunday School) for all ages. 

 For more information on our education options, see the Children’s Faith Enrichment, Confirmation, and Adult Education pages.

 

If you come during the week, you'll find we have a bustling preschool and many activities going on, both Atonement activities and other groups who use our facility.  You'll find lots of information throughout our website, so we invite you to continue to explore!   

 

We've just scheduled New Member Orientation Sessions, so if you'd like to find out more, please join us!  




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You are Welcome Here!!

Join us for worship, community, connection any time.



You are Welcome Here!!

Join us for worship, community, connection any time.







More about who we are...

Committed and passionate about the Gospel, we gather around Word and Sacrament.

Our worship is lively and vibrant; our ministries are traditional and relevant. We honor the past, live in the present, and lean into the future. All are welcome here. We fully engage people of all ages, races, economic backgrounds, and orientations. Standing with and for those who are not part of us, we are an active community and we are active in the community. We share all that we have with the broader community, and we are thankful for the blessings and challenges that others bring to us.

Our community is forgiving and accepting. Our programs support and strengthen our faith in God and mission in the Church, community and the world. Because we have the courage to explore God's plan for us and the willingness to change, we are committed to ongoing planning for change. Most important, people here recognize their gifts and use them to strengthen one another in faith and share the good news of Jesus Christ, crucified and risen.

 

 

A faith founded on good news.

THE ESSENCE OF LUTHERANISM:

We are saved by the grace of God alone, not by anything we do.


Our salvation is through faith alone – we only need to trust God made known in Christ who promises us forgiveness, life and salvation.


The Bible is the norm for faith and life, the true standard by which teachings and doctrines are to be judged.