Our Mission

  • We believe in regular worship, the sacraments, and teaching the Word of God through scripture, preaching, education, and relationship.
  • We encourage giving ourselves and our treasures as witness to God’s love.
  • We welcome all people into our Christian family.

Staff, Vestry and Altar Guild

The Rev. Elizabeth Wade
Interim Priest

The Rev. Jane Tillman
Priest Associate

Senior Warden- Jorja Marsden
Junior Warden- Martha Bodine
Treasurer-John Davies
Secretary-Sebastian Bonner

Rector Search

Our community is looking for a priest who will be both engaged and engaging.  We are looking for a leader who will suggest new ways to engage in outreach ministries and recognize our desire and commitment to love God and our neighbors.  We hope for relatable and inspiring sermons, delivered by a warm personable, open, and empathetic spiritual leader.

If you are interested in being a rector candidate, please contact the Rev. Dr. Richard Simpson, Canon to the Ordinary, Diocese of Western Massachusetts, rsimpson@diocesewma.org

2022 St. Paul’s Annual Report

Annual Parish Meeting
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Stockbridge, MA

The Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany
February 5, 2023

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 2023 Annual Report


The Town of Stockbridge began as a mission to the Mahican Indians. The Reverend John Sergeant was sent as the first missioner to the Berkshires by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in 1734. As the town grew and attracted English and Dutch settlers, the Indian Mission developed into what is now the Stockbridge Congregational Church. Among Sergeant’s noteworthy successors at Stockbridge were the great Puritan preacher Jonathan Edwards and the beloved David Dudley Field. In 1834, following the disestablishment of the Congregational Church in Massachusetts, a small group of townspeople organized the first Anglican worship in Stockbridge, incorporating St. Paul’s Church.

Art & Architecture

As you enter the church, in the west wall (to your immediate left) are three windows of Fra Angelico angels with musical instruments. These windows were brought from the original wooden church. The intersecting circular arches of the west facade were designed to mirror the gothic shape of the three windows.

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