This year, our Stewardship Season offers THREE opportunities for you to Pray & Pay it Forward! 1) Pledge cards will be available in church on October 21st & 22nd. When you support your church, you support so much more! 2) We will be taking donations of items for the Texas Diaper Bank, who are assisting
Sunday, Oct 22nd at Noon and at 2 PM The faith community of Berkshire County is coming together to stand in solidarity with all who suffer from opioid addiction and their families and loved ones. On Sunday, October 22, churches throughout the county will be holding interfaith prayer services in communities from North Adams to
“Last Thursdays” of the month at 6 PM Drop in to sing simple, joyful songs from many traditions, in this new monthly song circle. Not a choir, not a “group.” Just a drop-in opportunity for singers and music-lovers alike. “Last Thursdays” of the month @ 6:00 p.m. September 28, October 26, and November 30. Bring
St. Stephen’s offers an outreach program on the last Thursday of each month from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at North Street Coin-Op Laundromat. Everyone in our community may do laundry for free. Want to help? Contact the Parish Office. We are also in need of non-scented liquid laundry detergent and fragrance-free dryer sheets.
Saturday, October 28th, at 1 PM We walked with them, we talked with them. Now, it’s time to PARTY with them! Bishop Hazelwood will preach. A reception follows. Yes, this is the same day as our Diocesan Convention. If you are not a delegate to Convention, please join us at Zion.
One Service only on October 29th We will welcome guests from our neighboring downtown churches, to celebrate the 500th Anniversary of this historic event. One celebratory service at 10:00 a.m.
Berkshire Interfaith Organizing (BIO) is hosting its second annual MICAH (Members in Community Action Honoree) Award Celebration on Sunday, October 29, 2017 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. This event provides BIO the opportunity to express its appreciation for contributions given by one person from each member organization who exemplifies consistent leadership and giving of one’s
Theology is a lot more fun to think about and read than you think! For a November short series, come learn about theology and take some time to think about your own theology! It will be the first three Wednesdays in November at 6:00 pm in the Sears Room. November 1: “What is Theology?”
Sunday, November 5th Please bring your photos of loved ones who have passed away to the Parish Office by November 1. This year: Pet Memorial Table for your beloved pets.
Occasionally, we would like to read a book and talk about it together. Not an ongoing “Group,” and not several meetings per book. Just read the book if you wish, and come chat with others about it, if you wish. Our fall book is John Pavlovitz’s “A Bigger Table.” If you like, find it, read