Contributed by Deb Boopsingh and Cassie Bledsoe
While most of us think of the end of October as being filled with pumpkins, ghosts and ghouls and rousing renditions of Toccata in Fugue (thanks Joel) -the church pauses to reflect on
Father Casey will teach a study of the saints entitled “Folk Like Me”, Sunday mornings, 10:10-11:00 a.m. in Roper Hall, from Nov. 2-Dec. 21. Everyone is invited to attend this class to get to know one another in a more casual setting.
Contributed by Bart Stockton
There are fewer things more glorious to me on a Sunday morning than joining with hundreds of my church family in a thrilling chorus of “O praise him, Alleluia!” as we did on one recent
Thank you to everyone for being ALL IN and sharing in the Ingathering Sunday and Tailgate party last weekend. We have already received nearly the total number of pledges as last year, and our average pledge is up 25%! If
The youth garage sale is almost here! This is the only major fundraiser for the youth program, so mark your calendars and come shop at the Garage Sale on Fri, Oct. 31, 4-8pm and Sat, Nov. 1, 8am-4pm.
The fourth season of Art Music Mondays begins on October 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Performance Hall. This event is presented free of charge as part of the Transfigured Nights series.
The Fig Theatre Company presents The Mousetrap, a murder mystery by Agatha Christie. See it live on our own Fig Theatre Company stage, without traveling to London! Tickets available at the door.
Contributed by Whitney Holley with photographs by Robert Doyna
This weekend, October 25th and 26th, we are voting at Transfiguration for convention delegates and vestry members. Monday Ellen shared with us what it means to be a voting member
Contributed by Whitney Holley
This coming weekend, October 25th and 26th, we will be holding parish wide elections for Vestry Members and Convention Delegates. In order to participate in these elections you need to be a voting member of Transfiguration.