Online Worship Hub
Welcome to our online hub for all things worship-related! Here you will find our most recent live-streamed worship service, as well as links to many worship resources. We pray these resources will help you learn more about your Savior's love and grow in your faith!
Worship Livestream ~ Sundays at 9 a.m.
Easter changed everything. Jesus appeared to his disciples then, resurrected, fully alive! Jesus comes to his disciples today through Word and Sacrament to give us a connection that cannot be broken.
Jesus’ resurrection connects you: To true peace that drives out doubt. To the heart of God and his plans for you. To our Good Shepherd, safe in his flock and listening to his voice. To our great friend Jesus and to each other. To Jesus the vine, producing fruits of faith.
Now is a great time to reconnect. In the afterglow of the Easter season, let's encourage each other to stay connected to Jesus through regular use of the Word and Sacraments. We’ll see all kinds of blessings as we experience the connecting power of our Risen Savior!
Find encouragement through Atonement Lutheran School's weekly chapel worship videos for the 2020-2021 school year, based on our school year theme verse Philippians 4:4.
This past year has been very challenging for our community and our school family. Yet in all these earthly challenges, Jesus gives us comfort, encouragement, and continuing reasons to "Rejoice in the Lord always!"
Pastor Ertl and Mr. Glisper shared messages with our school scholars and their families each Friday that school was in session. Everyone is welcome to enjoy these brief, encouraging messages!
Holy Week is the highest, most important week of the Christian year. It is no overstatement to say that the events commemorated this week have more impact on the entire world and all of humankind than any other events in history.
Holy Week stretches eight days, from Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to Jesus victory over death on Easter Sunday. In between we celebrate Jesus' Last Supper, given to his people on Maundy Thursday, the last evening before his death, and also his great sacrifice for all sins of all people on Good Friday.