Atonement Lutheran Church 
 "We are called by God to serve and witness to all in response to God's grace."


Frequently Asked Questions

Church Affiliation

Atonement Lutheran is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and is a member of the South-Central Synod of Wisconsin.

Celebration of Holy Communion

Holy Communion is celebrated at each worship service. All baptized people of God are welcome to receive God's grace at communion.

Can Non-members Participate?

Certainly! Everyone is welcome.

What is the ELCA

Atonement Lutheran is a part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (referred to as ELCA). In 1988, the American Lutheran Church, the Lutheran Church in America and the Association of Evangelical Churches merged to become the ELCA. There are 6 million ELCA members and 11,000 congregations in the USA. Almost a half million ELCA members live in Wisconsin. Atonement is one of the 765 ELCA congregations in Wisconsin. The ELCA views the church as a people created by God in Christ, empowered by the Holy Spirit, called and sent to bear witness to God's redeeming activity in the world. We support the ELCA as a coordinating agency for the sake of our world-wide mission.

Church Mission

Atonement Lutheran has a tradition of opening its doors to others and reaching out to the community. The congregation also participates in volunteer capacities with Meals on Wheels, Hands of Faith and other local outreach programs.

How Do I Join?

If you are Lutheran, we can simply transfer your membership. If you are from another denomination and are already baptized, we simply ask that you visit with the Pastor to become acquainted with Atonement. If you are not baptized, then membership comes when you are baptized. We recognize all Christian baptisms.