United Methodist Church of Lenox
Friday, August 23, 2019
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Our History

  
Where we have traveled… 
Three streams of worship and history converged in 1989 to create
the river of faith that is today the United Methodist Church of Lenox,
in Lenox MA.
 
      The First Methodist Episcopal Church of Lee (1840-1984)
       Grace Methodist Episcopal Church of Lenox Dale (1872-1986)
       Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church of Pittsfield (1900-1989)
 Each of these churches came to life because of the strong faith and hard work
of people who were dedicated to the Word of God. Each church had a long and
vibrant history of people of faith who would gather together to pray and sing,
to study the Bible; to baptize, marry and bury family members and friends. 
We offer our prayers of thanksgiving for our rich heritage, for these
living streams of history which have lifted us up and carried us closer
to the Kingdom of God.
 
Today, as one strong congregation determined to be disciples of Jesus,
we are blessed with a modern facility situated on acres of woodland and ponds.
Wildlife is abundant and often can be seen from the Sanctuary during worship.
Spirited worship has an average attendance of 70 and we focus our ministries
on being caring, especially to the isolated and lonely, as well as being
welcoming and open.
 
For more information about the beginning of the Methodist faith in Lenox and the
surrounding area click on the link.
 
 
United Methodist Church of Lenox: 1989
 
                                             
          
 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 The First Methodist Episcopal Church of Lee (1840-1984)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Grace Methodist Episcopal Church of Lenox Dale (1872-1986)
  
 
 
 Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church of Pittsfield (1900-1989)