The Rt. Rev. A. Robert Hirschfeld, Bishop
The Rev. Miriam Acevedo, Priest-in-Charge

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St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Main Street, Pittsfield NH

Welcome to St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, "the little church
with the big heart."
We are located on Pittsfield's historic Main Street, adjacent to Dustin Park. For driving directions, click here.

Our Sunday worship time is 9:30 a.m.. All are welcome, without exception.

Our Mission

We believe that all we are and all we have are gifts from God,
and we are thankful. It is our mission to share the love of God
with each other and with the rest of the world.

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ANNUAL MEETING 2019 DATE CHANGE: Our annual meeting has been re-scheduled from the 20th to Sunday, January 27th after the service. We will have reports of the various ministries, vote on the budget and set our course for 2019. We will offer light refreshments and beverages. Please note: This is earlier in the month than usual to accommodate having the Bishop’s visit in early February.

LECTIONARY STUDY: Rev. Miriam Acevedo holds a weekly lectionary study on Fridays at 9 AM in the undercroft of St. Stephen’s.

SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHEDULE:The Godly Play program is offered on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month.

SOX BOX: We’re looking for donations of socks, mittens, gloves, and hats. Please help us fill the box at the back of the church to overflowing again this year. Donations benefit local elementary and middle school children.

BISHOP'S VISIT FEB 17, 2019: The Bishop’s visit presents us with an opportunity not only to hear from him but also to enrich our lives by being Confirmed, Received or to Renew our commitment to Jesus Christ. To be Received means that you are officially joining St. Stephen’s after being a member of another denomination either Protestant or Catholic. To Renew your commitment to Christ means just that, a formal rededication. If you were confirmed in another church, even a Catholic Church, you do not need to be confirmed again, only Received. Please let Miriam know if you have any questions or speak with her if you would like to be confirmed, received or renew your commitment to Christ.

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