The Book of Acts

We’ve heard much of the book of Acts in the lectionary this Eastertide; are you interested in looking at it in context and exploring its historical background? In this formation class we will engage in a good old-fashioned Bible Study,


Order of the Daughters of the King

Join current members of the Order – Sally Manning, Sarah Cox, Martha Cordell, Kathie Richard, Wilma Hanger, and Pat Miller – for an informational meeting in the Parlor on Sunday, May 31 at 10:15 a.m. for all interested women who


EMF Fish Fry and Silent Auction

Sunday, May 31 – 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Join us for an evening of food, friendship and fun and help EMF raise funds to support parish ministries and outreach programs. Only $5 per person or $15 per family



Join us this weekend to celebrate the Day of Pentecost. The readings from Acts will be read in nine languages during the 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. services.

Baptisms and Graduating Seniors
We will joyfully celebrate the baptism of two


Tell me a story!

Contributed by Suzanne Finan

Many of you have been asking questions about the new Sunday School curriculum offering coming to Transfiguration this fall calledStorytellers. Hopefully, this post will give families a better understanding of the origin, motivation and goals for


Rite of Confirmation this Sunday

This Sunday, Bishop Paul Lambert will confirm, receive, and reaffirm over 20 people during the 11:15 a.m. service. After the Eucharist, he will officially bless our new bells, followed by a reception in Roper Hall.


Friday Evening Benefit Concert

This Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. in the church, soprano Laura Anne Ayres will be joined by pianist and composer Jackson Henry in a recital of classical, contemporary, and Broadway music. Though the program is free of admission, voluntary donations


Food Distribution Project Needs Your Bags

The long awaited food distribution project will begin on Monday, June 15. We are in need of paper grocery bags with handles for easy carrying. Initially, we expect about 20 families to participate, so please bring them to church this


Top Ten Things We Love About the Fig

1. It’s a small church feel in a big church home.

2. Holy Week

3. Our rich music program and all that it adds to our worship service.

4. Figlets. Our children are as much a part of the


May 10 – Terry Roper Sermon

Fifth Sunday of Easter

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