"This is love: not that we loved God,
but that he loved us and sent his Son
as an ATONING sacrifice for our sins."
I John 4:10
Atonement Lutheran Church
Gathering around God’s Word to grow in our faith and service in Christ’s kingdom and reaching our community with the good news about Jesus’ atonement.
Worship in Person Once Again!
Note for July 5 online worship:
NO live stream of worship on Sunday, July 5
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience, but due to untimely hardware failure, we will NOT be streaming or recording this week's worship service. Today's sermon from Seminarian Ethan Schultz can be found below. Please feel free to worship online with another WELS/ELS church of your choice, or go back and view an old service or sermon on our YouTube channel.
Our Canon camcorder has been a great blessing and served us well through the years, including handling all the recording during the recent pandemic shutdown. But now this 9-year-old model needs replacing. Our live stream and recorded services and sermons are viewed regularly by a wide variety of viewers. We want to get back up and running as soon as possible!
If you are able to contribute toward the cost of a replacement camera, we would be most grateful! Earmarked donations can be sent to the church office. Lord willing, we will be back to live streaming and recording July 12. In the meantime, God bless you, and stay well!
On July 1, the city of Milwaukee moved into Phase 4, allowing 50% of our church sanctuary capacity gathered together at one time. While we are joyful to be able to gather together in person for worship again, the pandemic is not over. Out of love and concern for one another, extra measures of precaution will continue to be taken to prevent exposure to and spread of COVID-19. These include wearing masks, social distancing, and less participation in the singing and speaking. Worship will look and sound different. But it will still be worship.