THE ELCA Task Force on Women and Justice have released the “Draft of the Social Statement on Women and Justice”. Responses may be sent to the Task Force through September 30, 2018 To read a copy of respond go online at www.ELCA.org/women and justice
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The First Sunday of Advent is December 3rd, which means Atonement’s Annual Pasta Dinner cannot be far behind. The tantalizing pasta feast, prepared by our own Bill Kemp and hosted by our Atonement youth, will be held Sunday, December 17th immediately following the second service. There will be a free-will offering to benefit youth activities.
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2017 ATONEMENT LUTHERAN CHURCH 116 West Glen Ave., Syracuse, NY 3:00 PM TO 5:00 PM Pre- Concert Sing-in: Karen Community of Atonement Lutheran Atonement Sunday School children Concert proceeds will benefit: Refugee Resettlement thru InterFaith Works CNY Youth Ministries at Atonement Lutheran Suggested free will donation: $10.00 per person
Our History is Our Strength Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the 2017 Upstate New York Women of the ELCA Biennial Convention, September 22 to 24 at the Hotel Utica. Our own, Pastor Marie Jerge will be a worship leader during the convention. The convention will also feature a presentation by Patti Austin, President of
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VOLLEYBALL MARATHON IS COMING! Save the date ~ Friday, March 6, 2015 See Pr. Rodgers for a registration packet!
Every Wednesday during Lent all are invited to: 11:30 am: 30-minute Worship Noon: Lunch (homemade soup and homemade bread) Lunch Lent Devotional Time: we will be using the Book of Faith Lenten Journey Jesus asks questions throughout the Gospels. These are not easy questions with easy answers. They are transformational questions that challenge us, re-position us,
The Annual Meeting was a great day of celebration as we remembered how God was working among us over the past year. It is amazing how many people are impacted in a positive way because of the planting of this church on the South side of Syracuse. The highlights included the ways in which our
The Atonement Women of the ELCA are gathering items for health kits that will be sent to Lutheran World Relief on May 2, 2015, when the Lutheran World Relief truck pulls into the Atonement parking lot! Please consider donating the following items on the Second Sunday of February, March and April: February 8: Bath towels