COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund for Berkshire County

by St. Paul's Church

Please consider contributing your dollars and/or your time to the best of your ability to the local non-profits of your choice that are in engaged in meeting the diverse needs of those now suffering as a result of COVID-19. One giving opportunity is the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund for Berkshire County. For more information and […]

Weekly Update – April 30, 2020

by St. Paul's Church

Thoughts from Father Sam  The Lord is my Shepherd The Fourth Sunday of Easter is known as Good Shepherd Sunday, as our gospel reading for this day is always from the 10th chapter of John. In this extended discourse with the Pharisees, Jesus presents what one commentator calls, “a highly realistic picture of Palestinian sheepherding […]

Weekly Update – April 23, 2020

by St. Paul's Church

Thoughts from Father Sam  Worship in these times With the announcement this week that schools will not reopen in this academic year, it is clear that it may be a while before we are able to physically gather for worship. So we must adjust to this new normal.  Sunday morning worship will continue with one […]

Weekly Update – April 16, 2020

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Thoughts from Father Sam  Spiritual Communion  The late 20th century brought a massive change in what Episcopalians do on Sunday mornings. For most of our church’s history, Anglicans celebrated communion at most once a month. But with the adoption of our current Prayer Book in 1979, we transformed into a people who treasure the eucharist […]

Weekly Update – April 2, 2020

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Holy Week at St. Paul’s Church  As we enter into Holy Week, we find special significance in this central event in our faith. And we also know that we cannot observe these days in the way we would prefer. Here at St. Paul’s we have put together several different ways you might find strength and […]

Weekly Update – March 26, 2020

by St. Paul's Church

Thoughts from Father Sam Dry Bones Many of you, like me, have multiple connections to New York City. So you are also touched and scared by the announcement that our nation’s largest city is now the center of the U.S. Coronavirus pandemic. We pray for our brothers and sisters who are coping with this unimaginable […]