This is part of our Virtual Vicar series. In these posts we will answer common questions people have about our parish and about the Episcopal Church as a whole. We would love to hear any questions you may have ranging
Editor’s note: As we welcome our new Rector Rev Casey Shobe and his family, we will be continuing to welcome visitors to our parish. Many first time visitors walk through the doors after driving by, google searching, or chatting with
It is with great excitement that our Vestry announces the 4th rector of the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration, the Rev. R. Casey Shobe! Click to read the letter from our Senior Warden, Chris Ayres, for all the details!
Students, teachers, school administrators, start the new school year off right, with a blessing! Bring your backpacks, book bags or totes to the 9:00 or 11:15 services on Sunday, August 24 and join others, who will be headed back to
On August 24th a new childcare opportunity will open for preschool children ages 3-5. This transitional room will provide a simple children’s chapel during the 9:00 and 11:15 services, and a Spark preschool class during the Christian formation hour. This
The Transfiguration String Ensemble is looking for high school and adult instrumentalists who would be interested in rehearsing and playing for special Sunday services during the Church Year. If you’d like to join us in a reading session and can
Who did it? There is no butler to blame in this Agatha Christie Classic! Auditions are Monday, August 18 at 7:00 p.m. in Roper Hall.
We would like to acknowledge the life and death of actor Robin Williams here on the blog. We pray for his family and friends during this dark time. We also lift up prayers for all of those that
Contributed by Deb Boopsingh
Current estimates are that 71% of adults are on Facebook. It is where we are and where the church is too. (I apologize to the 29% of you that may be reading this). If your Facebook