The church office will be closed today, Thursday, March 5 due to inclement weather. In the same way as at night or on weekends, you may leave a message for the member of the clergy on call by dialing 972-233-1898,
Our Wednesday, March 4 Wednesdays in Lent series exploring the spiritual practice of rest will continue tonight as planned. Due to predicted bad weather conditions, we encourage everyone to use their best judgement as to whether or not to travel
On March 14, we will welcome the NOH8 Campaign and hundreds of visitors to the church. A lot has changed since photographer Adam Bouska visited the Fig in October of 2011, as part of a weekend of NOH8 that began
The NOH8 Campaign and photographer Adam Bouska returns to Transfiguration on Saturday, March 14 for an open photo shoot from 2:00-5:00 p.m. No reservations needed!
Transfiguration’s Outreach Committee is now accepting applications for 2015 grant distributions. Submissions must be mailed to Transfiguration and post marked by March 13, 2015.
Everyone is invited to join us for Evening Prayer in the church on Sunday, March 1 at 7:00 p.m. This beautiful Anglican tradition combines music, scripture, and prayer into a reverent and holy service celebrated by Christians around the world.
Registration is now open for Transfiguration’s 2015 Vacation Bible School. “G-Force!” will be held this summer on June 15-19 from 9:00am-12:00pm. We would love to have your children (PK-4th grade) participate!
The Women’s Forum Lenten Meditation will be on Thursday, March 12. Come for coffee and conversation in the library at 11:30 a.m. Eucharist is at noon followed by a program presented by Minnie Harper – “A Woman from Labrador” –
The Art Music Monday series continues next Monday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Performance Hall, with a concert of music for strings and piano. The program will include compositions by Debussy and Prokofiev and will feature Dvorak’s Quintet
Our next meeting will be on Thursday, March 5 at 7:00 p.m. for our Lenten Book Study. We will be discussing Christ of the Celts by J. Philip Newell. The author combines a new concept of who Christ is today