Serving God's People for over 130 years! 


Welcome to Atonement

Welcome to the Church of the Atonement, an Episcopal church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition. For more than 130 years, Atonement has been a witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our Edgewater neighborhood and in the wider community. Today, we continue in that witness as an active, visionary, and inclusive congregation that serves God through daily prayer and worship, the practice of lifelong Christian learning, and ministries of outreach and justice. 


Whoever you are, and wherever you are in your walk of faith, you are most welcome here. Your presence, your faith, your prayers, and your questions are wanted here. Your gifts and your energy are needed here. You are invited to come and see what God has in mind for you here.

Understanding the prophecies:
A two-part series


Please join us in the Elizabethan Room on Sun., Dec. 4 at 10 a.m. for the second part of our forum led by Kenneth Seeskin on Jewish concepts of prophecy. Advent is a time when Christians are reminded of prophecies about the coming of the Messiah. Our understanding of prophecy is deeply grounded in the traditions of ancient Israel and Judaism. Seeskin, a professor emeritus of Philosophy, Jewish Studies, and Religious Studies at Northwestern University, will help us gain deeper understanding of those traditions. 

Advent Lessons & Carols

Kick off the Advent season on Sun., Dec. 4 at 5 p.m. when we host our Service of Advent Lessons and Carols. This annual tradition will feature music by MacMillan, Vaughan Williams, Weir, Dunphy, Howells, Wood, and Manz.


Watch on YouTube 


8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer 

on Google Meet​​


8 a.m. Spoken Mass

9 a.m. Sung Mass

11 a.m. Solemn High Mass

Watch on YouTube​​


7:30 a.m. Spoken Mass


7:30 a.m. Spoken Mass

5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer

on Zoom 


7:30 a.m. Spoken Mass

6:30 p.m. Spoken Mass


12 noon Spoken Mass

12:30 p.m. Contemplative Prayer


7:30 a.m. Spoken Mass


9:30 a.m. The Holy Rosary

10 a.m. Healing Mass