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October 23 – Casey Shobe Sermon

Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost: Proper 25


Presentation of the City of Dallas Study of Poverty – October 27

Join the Durable Medical Equipment Exchange of Dallas, one of our 2016 Outreach Grant Recipients, for an evening presentation of the results of the City of Dallas Study of Poverty with community leader Regina Montoya. This event will be


New Adult Formation Classes on October 30

Formation Classes resume next Sunday, October 30 and a new adult module, Who We Could Be: Reclaiming Evangelism, runs through November 13. Classes include a series in the Vestry Room called “What is Evangelism?” covering different weekly topics including:


Annual Parish Elections – October 29 & 30

All confirmed members of the parish in good standing who are 18 years or older are invited to vote in the annual parish election before and after services the weekend of October 29-30. There are nine candidates for Vestry:


Fig Fest and Trunk-or-Treat – October 30

Join us for our annual Fig Fest Fall Celebration on Sunday, October 30 from 4:00 – 9:00 p.m. Come in costume, decorate your trunk, and join in parking lot trick-or-treating, cake walks, pumpkin carving, bingo, a bounce house, the


Voice of Hope Thanksgiving Collection – October 30 & November 6

Once again this year we are collecting turkeys for Voice of Hope to distribute in its community. Please bring frozen turkeys on Sunday October 30 and Sunday November 6. Cash donations will also be accepted.


Solemn Requiem for All Souls’ Day: Fauré Requiem with Orchestra – November 2

Transfigured Nights commemorates the Feast of All Faithful Departed with a Solemn Requiem offered in remembrance of all loved ones who have gone before us in the faith. The service will feature Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem in D minor presented


Women’s Evening Book Group – November 3

The Women’s Evening Book Group will meet on November 3 in the Parlor at 7:00 p.m. to discuss Caleb’s Crossing a novel by Geraldine Brooks. In 1600’s Martha’s Vineyard, Bethia, the minister’s daughter, secretly befriends Caleb, son of a


Habitat For Humanity Projects – November 5 & December 3

Have you been looking for a place to use your construction talents? Transfiguration will be participating in two upcoming Habitat for Humanity projects. Volunteers are needed for a Dallas County project in conjunction with Parish Episcopal School on Saturday,


Evangelism Matters Conference Donations – November 18-19

Transfiguration is honored to host the Evangelism Matters Conference November 18 – 19. Four hundred attendees from around the country will be on our campus for this national conference and our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will be in attendance.

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