We invite you to join us in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts. Located just a few blocks south of Pittsfield’s Park Square, the former England family mansion is a warm and inviting home for our congregation.
(413) 443-7903 175 Wendell Avenue Pittsfield, MA 01201 View Google Map
Sunday Services start at 10AM. After the service, stay with us for Social Hour.
Come earlier for conversation and Ben’s coffee at 9:30
Child care is provided during autumn, winter and spring services
|Sunday April 14||Marney Schorr|
“Messages of Hope” – Teen suicide prevention film
|Sunday April 21||Rev. Arti Roots Ross|
…and Easter Egg Hunt
|Sunday April 28||Linda Merry|
Slide presentation on the Cliff Swallows Restoration project
If you miss being with us, you can hear many sermons on our Listen page the next day.
Other happenings with our church friends:
First Friday Arts Walk:
On Friday, April 5th, the Unitarian Universalist Church will hold the debut art show of young, emerging artist, Rachael Bentz, during First Fridays Artswalk in Pittsfield. The opening reception for ‘Myth and Nature’ runs from 5-8 pm on April 5th, and features 15 figurative works on paper in alcohol-based marker, colored pencil and watercolor, as well as original digital art.
Each piece embodies a narrative myth about the feminine power of the natural world. ‘Myth and Nature’ is inspired by the connection between emotions and nature expressed in the female form. Rachael Bentz is a 16-year-old self-taught artist and performing musician from Pittsfield. Her art and song were recently featured at the “Love Yourself” event at the Colonial Theatre. While this is her first exhibition, drawing and painting have always been her passion, as she plans to attend art school and pursue art as a career.