Our rector, Meg Ingalls is a character. She embraces us with Christian love while she teases and pokes and prods us toward mission and ministry. One of her goals is to fully engage us in the 21st century. She wants to see us engage every member of the Transfiguration community -- as diverse culturally as it is -- from our youngest to our oldest. She believes in Jesus Christ as Lord and that this is a time when the Episcopal church shines as a beacon for that message. She invites each of us into relationship with her, one another, and the one, true, and living God.
Director of Music
Elton King - In a single moment music at Transfiguration was transformed. At the invitation of a parishioner Elton visited Transfiguration and quietly found himself a seat in the choir loft. Midway through the service as the congregation began to sing the most wonderful music came from the loft. The Rector strained to see what was going on as the congregation swung their heads around to try to see what was happening. Their answer was that Elton had begun to play. 30 years later, we are blessed with his sharing of his musical gifts, his wonderful, kind and generous spirit.
Dianne Atkins, Parish Administrator, trainer of Great Pyrenees Aristotle, spinner and knitter of yarn is the wonderful woman who greets us by phone and at the door to welcome us all, direct the mail, and helps to make our goals a reality. Her smile is contagious and extraordinary care of Transfiguration above the call of duty.
February 28, 2015
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