The Rev. Libby Wade is our Interim Priest-in-Charge.

Sunday Services are at 8 and 10 a.m.
with childcare at the later service.

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Vestry Meeting Minutes – March 21, 2015

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Stockbridge, Massachusetts Vestry Members Present: Vaunie Graulty, Senior Warden; Kendra MacLeod, Junior Warden; Michael Cosby; Natalie Boyce; Donna Touponce; John Davies, Treasurer; Linda Day, Clerk Others Present: The Rev. Libby Wade, Interim Priest-in-Charge; Carl Sprague; Nancy King The meeting began with opening prayer. Approval of Minutes: A motion was made by […]

Weekly Update from St. Paul’s – April 22, 2015

On Sunday, April 26 we will once again join with our brothers and sisters of Grace Church for the 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist at Crissey Farm in Great Barrington. (Crissey Farm is the banquet room immediately behind Barrington Brewery.) The 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist will be held as usual at St. Paul’s. The Rev. Libby […]

Vestry Meeting Minutes – February 21, 2015

Vestry Members Present: Vaunie Graulty, Senior Warden; Matt Fillio; Michael Cosby; Natalie Boyce; Linda Day Others Present: The Rev. Libby Wade (Interim Priest-in-Charge); Jennifer Carmichael (Assistant Treasurer) The meeting began with opening prayer. Approval of Minutes: Tracy Johnson will assume the vestry class of 2016 slot vacated by Kendra Macleod who now serves as junior […]

Minutes of the February 8, 2015 Annual Meeting

Minutes of the February 8, 2015 Annual Meeting  Following a church brunch, the meeting was opened by Senior Warden Vaunie Graulty at 10:45 am. Linda Day was appointed clerk. Church members were asked to sign an attendance record. Interim Priest-in-Charge Libby Wade led a general thanksgiving prayer and a prayer for transition. Priest-in-Charge Libby Wade […]

Vestry Meeting – January 24, 2015

Present: Libby Wade, Interim priest-in-Charge; Vaunie Graulty, Senior Warden; Kendra McLeod, Junior Warden; Natalie Boyce; Jennifer Carmichael; Matt Fillio; Carl Sprague; Tracy Johnson and Linda Day  The meeting was brought to order with prayer. Vaunie Graulty discussed obtaining supply priests when Libby is away. Jane Tillman can do February 1st provided she does not have […]

Vestry Meeting – January 17, 2015

Present: Libby Wade, Rector; Vaunie Graulty, Senior Warden; Kendra MacLeod, Junior Warden; Jennifer Carmichael, Treasurer; Tracy Johnson; Natalie Boyce; Matt Fillio; Donna Touponce; Linda Day, Clerk Rector Libby Wade opened the meeting with prayers. Mission and Outreach Vaunie Graulty reported that 30 items were gifted from the Giving Tree. Cash donations for the purchase of […]

Walking the Way

“Walking the Way” is our process we’re using to reflect on God’s generosity to us and our practical response to that generosity in terms of time, talent and treasure. You will see “Walking the Way” under Calendar & News in the menus above, and you can read there the stewardship reflections from our members and from people in the wider church.


April 19, 2015 at St. Paul’s

We are in the midst of the Great Fifty Days of Easter, a time for building momentum as the people of God. We proclaim “Alleluia! Christ is risen!” all year long, but in this season we sometimes add a few extra “Alleluias” along the way.

Easter Day April 5, 2015

Acts 10:34-43; Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24; 1 Corinthians 15:1-11; Mark 16:1-8 Three speechless women in the midst of grief go to find a body.  Their biggest worry is how they will move the stone blocking the tomb.  That’s the way it often is when we’re dealing with the death of a close friend or family member.  […]

Palm Sunday Meditation – March 29, 2015

(This meditation is from Stages on the Way, copyright 2000, 1998 by Wild  Goose Resource Group) Jesus will walk a little in front of us towards Jerusalem.   He will not be scared though we are apprehensive.   If we try to discourage him he will recognize the fear in our voice, and give us […]

Lent – March 22, 2015

Jeremiah 31:31-34, Psalm 119:9-16; John 12:20-33 The prophet Jeremiah spoke God’s words:  “This is the new covenant which I will make with the house of Israel: I will put my law within them, and I will write it upon their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people….They shall all […]

Teach with Authority … and Don’t Get Puffed Up

Today we have three lessons that on the surface appear to have little to do with each other. In Deuteronomy, amid a very long list of regulations, we find rules governing what a prophet should – and should not – say and how people ought to respond to it. Paul writes to the believers in Corinth concerning a dispute over whether it is permissible to eat meat that has been sacrificed in the temple – and in the process delves into the use and misuse of knowledge. And we have Mark’s account of Jesus drawing a demon out of a man and the witnesses commenting on how he teaches with “authority.”