The MEETING HOUSE
at 169 MAIN
This is our main worship space, a federal style meetinghouse that dates back to 1805.
An actual church on an actual hill, it gives us our name, though we're mainly only there on Sunday morning.
169 Main Street in Lenox.
Besides old fashioned pews, the meetinghouse has a couple cozy spaces too.
And our plan is eventually to make our sanctuary even more flexible, useful for gatherings of all sorts.
The CHAPEL at 55 MAIN
This is where you'll find our church offices and other meeting spaces--a chapel with a labyrinth, a lovely parlor, a fellowship hall and kitchen, and the WAM creative hub.
A brown chapel down the hill, this is where you'll find us during the week.
55 Main Street in Lenox.
The LABYRINTH & CHAPEL SANCTUARY
at 55 MAIN
A seven-circuit version of the Chartres twelve-circuit labyrinth winds its way around the chapel.Installed in August 2020, it's here for all Lenox and beyond to enjoy.
The sanctuary that houses it seats 30 people and can be used for formal and informal gatherings.
The PARLOR at 55 MAIN
This is a lovely room fitting for almost any gathering.
AA meetings fill the room with hope, a conversational French group fills it with joy, a Qi Gong group rings forth mindfulness and laughter, and church meetings gather in faith to serve.
Your meeting would do well here, whether once-and-done or on-going. Consider renting a space from Church on the Hill.
The FELLOWSHIP HALL & KITCHEN
at 55 MAIN
Though our partner in creativity, WAM Theatre, often fills the space for meetings and rehearsals, the kitchen and fellowship hall are also available for all sorts of gatherings. The church enjoys lunches and dinners there, always up for a good time together.
The CEMETERY at 169 MAIN
This oldest town cemetery doesn't belong to the church but those interred herein are our meetinghouse's closest neighbors.
Some have familiar names or stations: Serge Koussevitzky, Teddy Wharton, members of the 54th Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry during the Civil Warm, an article in The Berkshire Eagle of whom can be found here. To find others interred here, click on the button below
Come explore this lovely place.
The PARKING LOT at 169 MAIN
The parking lot is owned and maintained by the town, but the church enjoys permission for use of it for our services, gatherings, and events.
The map here provides a layout for the maximum number of cars we can fit there, using a bit of the lawn.
Once the lot is full, people can park on Greenwood Street immediately to the south.