Important COVID-19 Update from Atonement (As of April 2, 2020)
Dear Atonement Family,
In accordance with our state’s stay at home order, worship will remain online-only through April 24. Our office and building will also remain closed through April 24. Easter is not canceled but, sadly, all Easter and Holy Week services will be online-only. Look for more information on these services by this Sunday, April 5.
We will continue to post worship here on our website, send emails inviting you to worship on Sunday morning, and post links to worship on our Facebook page.
While we are not meeting in person, we are still church together. In addition to continuing to worship online, we also continue to provide online children and youth content. We also have a Zoom account that can be used for your group to gather online.
Atonement’s staff is still working and here for you. Do not hesitate to let us know if there is any way we can be supportive to you and your family in this strange, unsettling season. Please send prayer and care requests to Deacon Marian Wasierski, our caregiving communications coordinator, at email@example.com
Thank you to all of you who have continued to give! If you normally give during offering on Sunday morning, please consider supporting our ministry by mailing a check or donating online here. We would also be happy to help set you up on a recurring payment with Simply Giving.
While we have never seen anything like this in church and society, this is an opportunity for us to extend the love of Jesus. Think about those who are lonely and have the least. Encourage and support them. Run an errand for them. Call, email and text your care. Pray for leaders who help us navigate this global pandemic throughout the world.
Greg + Kevin
If you have any questions, please contact us.