Join us for our 39th Annual, Craft Fair, Bake Sale, and Bazaar where vendors from the area will be showing and selling their beautifully hand-crafted items. We also have Lefse for sale, freshly baked cinnamon rolls and frosted rolls for sale, Kuchen, baked goods, pies, and much more. Don’t forget the beautiful homemade quilts that our quilting team makes in-house and bid on our great silent auction baskets. Freshly baked cinnamon and frosted rolls made on-site: $6.00
Vendor space is going quickly! Hand-crafted items only! For more information check us out on Facebook at: AtonementRC or Contact Atonement Lutheran Church at: Atonement.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 605-343-3155 or Tammy Flores at 605-390-2767 or email@example.com for booth rental Information or to learn how you can help.
Due to deceptive scammers, booth payments are accepted by US Mail: 602 Auburn Dr. Rapid City SD 57701, or in-person payment at the church office, Monday – Friday 9-12noon. OR through PayPal: – PayPal.me/AtonementLutheranRC We hope to have you join us for our annual Craft Fair, Bake Sale, and Bazaar. GOD BLESS!
Please take a moment and fill out the Congregational Vitality Survey for Atonement Lutheran.
There are no wrong or right answers as we want your honest and trueopinions. This is a tool to begin a conversation and new ways of working together to strengthen the whole church and gain insights on the ministry at Atonement, and to move the ministry forward to more effectively participate in the mission of God.
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You are invited to join Pastor Sonja Pilman’s last day with us for a farewell brunch as a parish, Atonement & Piedmont Valley at Piedmont Valley Lutheran Church, Sunday April 16 starting at around 11:30 AM.
After attending the worship service at 9 AM you may help with preparing and setting up food or enjoy coffee and conversations until Atonement arrives after their service for brunch and pictures with Pastor Sonja. Hope to see you there!
Holy Week begins on Sunday, April 2 with Palm / Passion Sunday, where there is only one truly humble person in the story: Jesus the Christ. You are invited to carry this theme of humility through to Easter. Every day, in each story, look for the one you regard as humble. Think about: Why did you think that particular person is humble? And then reflect on yourself, how does your humility compare?
Look for growth in people’s characters. Are there characters who seem to gain or lose humility in the course of the story from the triumphant entry to the resurrection?
We recorded devotional videos for you to watch Monday, then Tuesday, and Wednesday (April 3-5) on our website under News. Then we have services on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Saturday Easter Vigil, Easter Sunday Sunrise service and of course Easter service.
Use this time. A deep and meaningful understanding of humility is a worthy and lasting gift to take away from this season of Lent and the celebration of Easter.
Come on the ride, the ups and downs, all of it, and let it change you. Amen.
Please keep Len’s family in your prayers as they mourn and find hope in blessed assurance.
give courage and faith to all who mourn, that they may have strength to meet the days ahead with steadfastness and patience; not as those who are without hope, but in thankful remembrance of your great goodness, and in the joyful expectation of eternal life in your presence, with those they love; through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord.