The Third Annual Transfiguration Book Club meets every Sunday at 11:30 am through November 1. We will read excerpts from the writings of Christian figures throughout history on the themes of justice and joy. Call the parish office if you are interested in attending. Note: The Book Club will not meet on Sunday, September 6.
Bible Study is taking place on Tuesdays at 7 pm in the downstairs chapel. Please enter through the parish office. We are studying the story of Noah in the book Genesis. Newcomers are always welcome!
Please remember to continue to bring non-perishable food items each Sunday for our local food pantries. Call the Parish Office if you have an interest in a particular pantry and would be willing to deliver the food to them.
The Parish Office will be closed on Monday, September 7 in observance of Labor Day. Regular office hours of Monday through Thursday from 9 am – 3 pm will resume on Tuesday, September 8. The office is closed on Friday.
The Children and Youth Ministry Committee is accepting registrations for the upcoming church school year. Registration forms can be picked up in the parish office or by contacting Debbie Trapp, Children and Youth Ministry Committee Director.
The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration, a member of the Diocese of Chicago, invites you to spend some time learning about our faith community, our missions and our history. Like all Anglican churches, the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration is distinguished by its standing in both Protestant and Catholic traditions, the use of a Book of Common Prayer, and the reliance on scripture, tradition, and reason in interpreting God’s Word.
As members of the Church of the Transfiguration we value being an inclusive parish, with vitality in all that we do. Our members are connected in our love for Christ and in Christian Fellowship.
Holy Eucharist with choir and hymns
(Handicap parking is available in the east parking lot off of 122nd Place)