Catch up on the mid-winter news! The memory of the joy and gift of Christmas is still fresh. There are hopeful signs that even this current wave of the pandemic may be receding. How will we individually and collectively be prepared to open to the new possibilities already here and that might be just around
Month: January 2022
The January 23 worship service focused on the life and work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in particular the “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.” It was written in longhand on April 16, 1963. Confined to his cell for participation in non-violent demonstrations against segregation, Dr. King was responding to a public statement
Right now, it is natural to feel a bit discouraged. Ice storms, pandemic surges, discord in our political landscape, and the desperate need for things to start getting better! It is a perfect time to turn to Good News (which is what the word “Gospel” means) and the perfect Gospel for this moment is Luke.
We have partnered with the Universalist Unitarian Meeting of South Berkshire to help with the Resettlement Task Force project. In December we learned that an Afghan family of five are arriving to live in Pittsfield. There is still an opportunity to provide household goods and various items – thanks to all who have already donated.
We will worship indoors at the church starting at 10:00am. Livestream will be available. Please read updated (1/12/2022) protocols, clicking on button below. All persons remain masked inside the church, regardless of vaccination status. Restrooms will be available. There will not be a formal coffee hour, but people are welcome to gather following worship to