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The Church of Christ, Mt. Washington is nestled on a beautiful mountain in the Berkshires between New York and Massachusetts. The church holds worship services for 10 weeks every summer at 10AM., followed by an all-ages town softball game at 2PM. All are welcome to attend.

We are a U.C.C.-affiliated church with roots in the mainline Protestant tradition. Our style of worship is grounded in the Congregational church, and we actively explore other ways of worship. Our members come from a variety of Christian denominations, including Congregationalist, Presbyterian, Quaker, and Roman Catholic, as well as from other religions and philosophies. In addition there is a large and active group of Friends of the Church. Each summer, the church hosts an Interfaith Worship Service and a Community Memorial Service.

Now in its 154th year serving Mount Washington, the Church of Christ will hold worship services each Sunday this summer at 10:00 am from July 2 to September 3. Weather permitting, there’s an all-ages softball game each Sunday at 2:00 pm at Garrett Green across from the cemetery. All are welcome!


Our new minister, Jordan Humphrey, has just earned his Master's in Divinity from Yale Divinity School. He brings a wide range of experiences to this position, including having served as a minister in Yale's Marquand Chapel, as a hospital chaplain, as a creative writing teacher, and as a wilderness guide in the Utah desert.

The annual Church Fair on the first Saturday of August is a highlight of the summer, drawing over 60 volunteers from throughout the town. The Fair always needs more volunteers and this is a wonderful way to meet town residents. All proceeds from the fair go to charity; half are reserved for the church’s own maintenance and the other half is donated to local and national charities. The Fair is renowned for its outstanding handicrafts and delicious homemade food, all made and donated by local residents. The additional booths are also donated by residents and include: White Elephants (gently used household goods), Second-hand Rose (used clothing), books, antiques, jewelry, plants, T-shirts, door prizes, gravel and wood and a silent auction. In alternate years, the townspeople collaborate in designing and sewing a unique handmade quilt that depicts scenes from Mt. Washington. The quilt raffle at 1:30 pm on Fair day is a highly-anticipated event. To learn more or to volunteer, please email:

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