We Are a Lively & Active Church
Come as you are — we invite you to join us for worship, attend any of our meetings or join one of our social groups. You are always welcome! We offer many ministries where you are welcome to stop in and offer a helping hand.
Knitting and crafts. Meets Mondays at 7pm.
The Men’s Forum is a weekly discussion group for retired men. Its members come from all walks of life and from several area churches. Meeting over a bag lunch, Tuesdays from noon to 1:30 pm, they study and discuss a wide range of contemporary topics and occasionally share life stories. New members are always welcome.
Ladies Benevolent Society
The Ladies Benevolent Society meets Thursday mornings from 9:30am–noon to make quilts and other sewing projects for the church, missions, and individuals. Each year they make a raffle quilt for the church fair. They welcome anyone who is interested in sewing and quilting.
Chancel Choir & Bell Choir
Music is a very important part of our church life. Under Tom Damrosch, Director of Music, our Chancel Choir rehearses Sunday mornings at 9:00am (September–May). Our musical repertoire spans a wide range of styles and traditions. Learn more about our music ministry.
Our Bell Choir schedules rehearsals on Saturday mornings as needed.
May H. Mattoon Class
The May Mattoon Class is a women’s social and study group that meets monthly, usually on the first Tuesday at noon. Members bring a bag lunch and enjoy a dessert prepared by that month’s hostesses. Each meeting has a theme, often with a guest speaker or entertainment. Occasionally they will have an evening dinner or enjoy an excursion to a nearby venue. Guests and new members are always welcome. View upcoming events.
Meets Sundays after church, monthly.
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We covenant with Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity. Join us Saturdays, quarterly with First Church of Christ. Lunch is provided by the Mission Board
Blankets for shut-ins and children in need, hats and mittens for local school children, collections for Soldier On, books for local families and The Language Project in Laos are just a few of the projects our church regularly supports.