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1105, 2018

Special Staff Announcement

May 11th, 2018|Blog, From the Rector, News and Notes, Notices and Announcements|

Dear friends, Below you will find an important announcement from our curate, Shea Gilliland. Please read it carefully, as he shares a significant decision he and Summer have made. Dear Transfiguration Family, It is with

812, 2015

Walking the Labyrinth with Saint Andrew

December 8th, 2015|Blog, Latest News|

St. Andrew is my favorite saint. No, not just because he caused the bagpipes I love to skirl forth on his day. It’s because, while we don’t know a great deal about St. Andrew, we know he embodied a watchful, humble presence worth imitating in our own lives.

1009, 2015

Refugee Ministry

September 10th, 2015|Blog, Latest News, Notices and Announcements|

Last Sunday Pope Francis invited every single Roman Catholic parish to welcome a refugee family—every one! With your help, I am confident that Transfiguration can do much more than one. First, I encourage you to donate to organizations that are working in the countries near Syria to serve the refugees.

109, 2015

Turn! Turn! Turn!

September 1st, 2015|Blog, Latest News|

Contributed by Deb Boopsingh Right about now at the end of August most of us in Texas are waiting for some hint of fall weather. For some it is Friday night lights, or a crisp

1905, 2015

Tell me a story!

May 19th, 2015|Blog, Latest News|

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

1205, 2015

Top Ten Things We Love About the Fig

May 12th, 2015|Blog|

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

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