The reconciliation of God and humankind through the redemptive life, death and resurrection of Christ.
The Church of the Atonement is a parish church with a rich history that parallels the growth of the town of Carnegie. Founded when Carnegie was still called Mansfield (and was considered a weekend-getaway spot by the citizens of nearby Pittsburgh), the current building resembles an English country parish church and contains a pipe organ donated by Andrew Carnegie himself, as well as beautiful historic stained glass.
Today, Atonement is a small parish church with an active and welcoming congregation, offering a worship service with organ and hymns every week, along with a host of other activities. Known as the “Parish off the Parkway” we’re accessible and close from all directions. All are cordially welcome ~ why not stop by for a visit? We’d love to meet you.
Regular Worship Service
Holy Communion Rite II – Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
Served by the Rev. Benjamin R. Wright
Our name, “At-One-Ment,” reminds us that we are at-one with the Lord; at-one with each other; and, at-one with community.