Though currently we don’t have a choir, the congregation enjoys singing, appreciates the role of music in worship, and dreams of a future expanded music program.  Our two organists and summer guitarist provide a wide-range of instrumental music and hymns from several sources. Our worship is enhanced occasionally by cello, flute, or clarinet, as well as guest vocalists.

Playing the OrganOur Organ
The organ, which sits in an organ loft, was built by Hilborne L. Roosevelt in 1884 and retains the original tracker action and slider wind chests.  Mid-20th century modifications increased the number of pipes from 258 to 1600.  Though the organ is regularly tuned and remains playable, it is quirky and needs major work or replacement in the near future.

Our Piano
A gift from Grace Church, our Grotian Steinweg 7’4” piano is a fine 19th century-style Instrument made in Braunsweig, Germany.  Its construction, tone, and touch are characteristic of the best pianos of that era and region.  The piano, which normally sits on the south side of the nave, can be moved to the center of the aisle at the foot of the chancel steps. It is tuned regularly and work was done on the damper system in 2023, though more work could be done to reveal its full potential.  The piano is often used to support worship and is available for concert use.

Concerts and Performances
St. Paul’s is pleased to host concerts and other special performances in the church.  The sanctuary seats 200 people and is especially well-suited to small or medium-sized instrumental or vocal ensembles.  If you are interested, please reach out to

Upcoming Performances

Main Street Stockbridge Festivities

Stockbridge Main Street Christmas,
Concerts by Monument Mountain Regional High School Chorus, Jazz Band, and Orchestra will be hosted at St. Paul’s from 12:30 – 2:00 PM on Sunday, December 2, as part of Stockbridge Main Street Christmas.  On the first weekend of December each year, the town of Stockbridge, made famous by Norman Rockwell’s painting of the village during the holidays, becomes a magical New England setting decorated with holiday wreaths and festive lights, as the town celebrates with a full range of activities for the entire family to enjoy.

Featured Past Performance

Holiday Concert – CRESCENDO MUSIC: Resonet In Laudibus – Resounding Joyful Praises

December 10, 2022 at 6 pm
With Outdoor Light Show by Berkshires Artist Joe Wheaton

These performances are underwritten by Stephen Ketterer and Ignacio Ramirez of Sharon, CT.


Jordan Rose Lee, Soprano
Donna Castaner, Mezzo Soprano
Gabriel Garcia, Baritone
Jim Barrett, Bass

The Berkshire Brass Ensemble
Brian Kanner and Peter Bellino, Trumpets
David Wampler and William Carr, Trombones

Previous Performances & Events


May 25, 2023 Long & Away Anne Legene, Director- “Songs of Time – 700 Years of Delights for the Muses”

May 7, 2023 Aurica Mundi Martin Silvan, Director – Mozart’s “Requiem”

March 25, 2023 CITV (Concerts in the Village) – David Smith, Artistic Director “Singing with Strings”

December 17, 2022 Oakes and Smith Robert Oakes, Director
“The Holy Moment – Holiday Candlelight Concert”

December 10, 2022 Crescendo Holiday Concert & Light Show Christine Gevert, Director
“Resonet in Laudibus – Resoundin gJoyful Praises” (see above)

December 2, 2022 Monument Mountain Regional High Girls’ Acapella Group, Orchestra Ensemble, and Jazz Band
Part of Stockbridge “Main Street at Christmas”

November 19, 2022 Trio Amphion Mariken Palmboom, Director
“Masterworks of Baroque Chamber Music”

October 2, 2022 “Blessing of the Animals”

August 20-21, 2022 “St. Paul’s Creates” Art Show, Music, & Weaving Demo
During Stockbridge Arts & Crafts Festival

July 17, 2022 Crescendo Christine Gevert, Director
“Conversation Galante – Jewels of the French Baroque”