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We are all struggling in different ways during this time. Yet there are ways we can reach out to our neighbors; join us as we work to make a difference!

Join us for our “Feed the Need” Drive on Saturday, July 17th, from 9:00-11:00am! Click here for a list of requested items – and plan to drop them off at the office entrance to Atonement. Volunteers will be available to take them from your car.

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In September we once again have the opportunity to focus on service to our neighbors as we lift up the ELCA’s “God’s work Our hands” emphasis. The Outreach Team has begun preliminary discussions – but we’d love to include you! If you would be interested in helping to plan our 2021 emphasis in September, please email Ros today!!

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Until then . . . There are many in need of our prayer – those who have been diagnosed with the coronavirus . . . those with health concerns before the virus began . . . those who have lost loved ones . . . those who find themselves isolated as they follow the orders to stay at home. We also hold in prayer those who are speaking to right the inequality and injustice that continue to poison the very fabric of our community together. We are called to stand against injustice and racism, that all people may live in dignity and in peace.

And by all means, pray without ceasing. God’s blessings, Ros Thorpe, Director of Outreach