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When you give, you give others an opportunity to worship, learn, and serve.


When you give, you give others an opportunity to worship, learn, and serve.

Giving at Atonement

God has given us all that we have and even who we are - beloved children of God. Giving is one way that we respond to God's love - giving of money, time, passion, and energy.  Every time we give is an opportunity to pass God's love and care on to others; we do that together as a church community, as well as individuals.  We invite you to give to help Atonement fulfill our mission of worshiping, learning, and serving, spreading God's love together by what we do and say.  Your gifts extend far beyond ourselves - they benefit Berks County, Northeastern Pennsylvania through our Synod, and the nation and world through our national church body, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.  Thank you for helping us show God's care 

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Want to know where your offering goes?  Watch the video.


Altar Flowers

Beautifully arranged altar flowers have been a weekly expectation at many Christian churches, including Atonement, for generations.  However, over the years, several factors have made it harder to continue this beloved tradition. 

Some churches have solved their flower problem by using silk arrangements on Sunday mornings.  Atonement currently has four sets of silk arrangements – one for each season of the year.  You can see these arrangements in the chancel on weekdays.

But before we make the decision to switch from fresh to silk flowers on Sundays, we want to give both flower sponsorships and flower delivery to hospitalized and homebound members one more try.  Click here to sign up to sponsor flowers in memory or in honor of loved and/or to deliver flowers after worship (or later in the week).  

We’ll continue to have fresh flowers in the chancel each Sunday throughout the rest of 2022, but at the end of the year we will reevaluate how our flower ministry is functioning so that we can make a wise decision for 2023 and  beyond.


A faith founded on good news.

Lutherans are:

Evangelical (meaning gospel-centered)

catholic (meaning a part of the whole Christian church across time and space)

Reforming (always being made new, seeking where God is calling us to reorient)