The Church of the Transfiguration

​Braddock Heights, MD

Rooted in Christ

   Bound in Love

      Called to Ministry

​​The Church of the Transfiguration

6909 Maryland Avenue

Braddock Heights, MD 21714

301-371-7505


Sunday Worship

8:00 AM Holy Eucharist

9:00 AM Christian Education

10:15 AM Holy Eucharist with singing & choir music


Weekday Worship

9:00 AM daily Morning Prayer

7:00 PM Wednesday Vespers with Rite of Healing

Education for Ministry
         Education for Ministry (EFM) began at Transfiguration on September 4 and will meet every Tuesday evening from 6 to 9 PM throughout the year. EFM is a four-year series of courses designed to give lay persons a thorough grounding in the scriptural, liturgical, and mission-based life of the Church. For more information, check out their website at efm.sewanee.edu.
        Parishioner Rosemary Dumont and Fr. Gordon will be co-mentors for the course. 

FCC Class taught at COTT:

" A Survey of Medieval History" taught by Lois Jarman.  The class meets every Tuesday in Memorial Hall for six weeks from Sept. 11- Oct. 16 at 9-11 AM in the upper level of Memorial Hall.  There is a cap of twenty students and a fee of $99 to be paid to FCC.  Register at FCC:  https://ilratfcc.com/portfolio/new-a-survey-of-medieval-history/

Welcome 

 Mark Your Calendars

I am so pleased that you are visiting our website -- either as a parishioner seeking information, or for the first time, as someone seeking a spiritual home, looking for a new way to keep your faith young and alive.  I hope you will find what you need, and that what you find will nourish you.  Most of all, I hope that you will discover in The Church of the Transfiguration a people and a spirit that will lead you ever closer to God, by the grace and guidance of our Savior Jesus Christ.  
Sincerely yours,

Father Gordon 

OCTOBER 5-7 -- Climate in the Pulpit

Climate in the Pulpits with Maryland Episcopal Environmental Partners, Oct. 5-7, 2018
                         to commit your congregation to raising up climate during the weekend of October 5-7. You can request a guest speaker from your community or host a coffee hour discussion. Ready-to-use resources for raising up climate justice from the pulpit, including bulletin inserts and sermon helpers, will be available.