Approach the altar as the Celebrant begins to set the altar for communion. One LEM will go to the credence table and pick up the bread box. The other LEM will pick up the Flagon (the large vessel) by the … Read More
I came to St. Stephen’s with my wife, Nichole, roughly five years ago after the births of our two sons, Kipper and Max. I was baptized at St. Stephen’s and I wanted the same for our boys. My family
Hello! I’m Craig Reynolds (the one on the left), in my second year as your Co-Warden. My wife Christine and I landed at St. Stephen’s over 20 years ago after moving to the Berkshires with our two then-young sons. I
Personal: The first 18 years of my life were in Cortland New York which was a quiet city wrapped by farms and woodlands. After heading off to college I then spent a few years in Buffalo before moving to Pittsfield
Hi, I am John Culver and I’ve been a lifelong member of St. Stephens Parish. My wife and I live in West Stockbridge, and we have two grown children. One is an artist who lives in Truckee, California and the
I was raised on the Chesapeake Bay in a small town north of Baltimore named Havre De Grace where most of my siblings still live. I left the area to attend college and start my career, but continue to visit
We came to St. Stephen’s after the birth of our child so that she would be baptized in the Episcopal church. After that, we were hooked! Scott and I have been married for 28 years and are raising two wonderful
Hello, I’m Leah Luczynski. I have served on the Vestry as your Treasurer since January 2018. My husband, Scott and I have been married for 15 years and live in Pittsfield with our 2 children, Charlotte (7) and Calvin (5).
Hello, my name is Suzanne White. As a member of the vestry, I am serving as a finance team liaison and the Treasurer.
Born and raised in Pittsfield, I am a lifelong Episcopalian. As a child, my parents brought me
Personal: I grew up in the Chicago suburbs and still consider myself to be a Midwesterner at heart. I came to the Berkshires for the first time to attend Williams College, after which I worked in Washington, D.C., for