For Our Visitors
As a recent or prospective visitor to the Episcopal Church of Atonement, we hope you find the following information useful. If you have other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out via telephone (202-582-4200) or email us at . We will assist in any way we can. In the meantime, we hope that you will find information here that further acquaints you with our church.
Where is Atonement located?
The Episcopal Church of Atonement is located at the corner of East Capitol and 52nd Street S.E. The parish mailing address is 5073 E Capitol Street SE, Washington, DC 20019. Parking is available on all of the neighboring streets.
Do I have to be an Episcopalian to attend?
The Episcopal Church of Atonement welcomes all regardless of your religious affiliation or experiences.
Who may receive Holy Communion at Atonement?
All are welcome at the Lord’s Table. In accordance with ancient custom, the sacrament of Holy Communion is normally received by those who have been baptized in a Christian denomination.
When do Sunday School classes for youth and adult groups meet?
There are opportunities for all to further their Christian education. Children and teens are encouraged to participate in our youth programs (currently held virtually) on Sundays at 9 a.m. Corresponding programs for adults are scheduled at the same time. More information is available under “Education” on this website.
How can I become involved at Atonement?
There are many opportunities to support the activities in the church. Information about the various organizations can be found on the website under Parish Life. Our ministry and various church organizations participate in a variety of outreach activities that support the local community. We welcome your participation.
How do I become a member of the Episcopal Church of the Atonement?
If you questions about confirmation or becoming a member, please contact the church office via email or telephone or speak with a member of the ministry at a Sunday service.