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.
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.
We update regularly, so "refresh" this page and our weekly bulletin for content added since your last visit!
NEWS & NOTES
LECTIONARY STUDY: Rev. Miriam Acevedo holds a weekly lectionary study on Fridays at 9 AM in the undercroft of St. Stephen’s.
BIBLE/BOOK STUDY: Every first Sunday Miriam would like to hold a short bible study or book review. If we choose to do a book study, it would be The Bible and the Land: Uncover the Ancient Culture, Discover Hidden Meanings by Gary M. Burge. Please let her know if you are interested.
OLD HOME DAY: Join us and help out on Saturday, July 14. New or gently used items wanted for Silent Auction and we'll provide our cafe and bake table.
3RD ANNUAL LADIES' NIGHT KAYAKING & PICNIC: This event will be held at River Run in Alton on Wednesday, July 18th, 4 pm. This is always a fun time to get together during the summer and for re-connecting with old friends Connie Mitchell and Martha Booth. It would be hard to surpass the excitement of last year's thunderstorm, but you never know! Prices are $15 for the picnic and $10 to rent a kayak (or you can bring your own). You can also come just for the (delicious!) picnic if you like. If you are new to the parish and want to find out more about this event, feel free to speak to Bernie of Pam Sanderson. And here is River Run's website if you want to read more about them: River Run
Celebrating the Children of the Parish, Pentecost
Click here for the Church cleaning schedule for March through July, 2018