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 - 9:00am
Bible Study - 10:15am
Lent Devotional Services
Wednesdays | Mar 1 - Mar 29
Worship - 4:00 & 6:30pm
Supper - 5:45pm
Holy Thursday | April 6
Supper - 5:45pm
Worship - 6:30pm
Good Friday | April 7
Service of the Seven Words - 12:00pm
Service of Darkness (Tenebrae) - 6:30pm
Wednesday Livestream || 4:00 p.m.
Sunday Livestream || 9:00 a.m.
Sin -- the evil in the world around us, and within each of us -- is horrible, and is costly! The church season of Lent is a 40-day time of deep reflection, even mourning, concerning sin’s horror and sin’s price. The black robes and the purple altar cloths remind us of that focus.
This year’s Lenten theme is “The Lamb.” Each week we’ll look at a sacrifice God gave to his people who lived before Jesus came to earth for us, and how each of these Old Testament sacrifices served as a picture of Jesus, the ultimate sacrifice for the sins of the whole world.
For what reason is Christmas so important, so worth celebrating? It’s very simple, really, and yet oh-so-astounding – we celebrate because Jesus was born to save!
“I bring good news of great joy which will be for all the people!” The shepherds heard those words first; we are filled with joy that we hear them each time we celebrate Jesus’ birth. God has brought joy to our sin-filled world! God has brought – and can and will continue to bring – joy to your hearts, too.
Merry Christmas, from your scholars at Atonement Lutheran School!
Our scholars have prepared joyful songs and recitations to retell one of the greatest events of all time -- the birth of our Savior Jesus! If you were not able to attend in person, you can find these services and programs on our school YouTube channel.
View Christmas services and programs presented by our scholars.