Our Services
Rite I 8 am Sunday Rite II 10 am Sunday Youth Education 9:45 Sunday Adult Formation 9:15 Sunday Choir Practice 11:45 Sunday Holy Eucharist 9:30 Wednesday Bible Study 10:00 Wednesday Vestry Second Tuesday 7:00 pm More detail
Clergy and Lay Leadership
The Reverend Bob SaikRector 480-980-1981 [email protected] Ms. Eileen Chandler Director of Children's Ministry Mr. Gary Quamme Music Director [email protected] Ms. Joan CrossmenTreasurer Ms. Linda Ostmeyer Office Manager 480-986-1145 [email protected] Miriam Waddingham,... More detail
Our Mission
Come join us on Sunday at 8 or 10 and see first hand how our caring, loving community is living into our name. More detail
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Latest Sermons

Sermon March 17, 2019

Everyone of us has had experience with promises. We have had times when promises made to us have…

Sermon March 10, 2019

I love my snacks. I like just about anything that has salt in it. I like crackers and…

News and Information

Bulletin 3.17.19
  Today at 9:15 a.m. is Adult Education. Each... Read More
Lenten Study
Our Lenten Study and Pot Luck will be Thursday... Read More
Walking on Wednesday
We are definitely on the home stretch. After... Read More
Food and Social Justice
An approach to Social Justice through Food... Read More
Election of Vestry
    Lynn Whayne Graff—I grew up in the... Read More
Directory Planned
We are partnering with LifeTouch to create a... Read More
Prayer Shawls Available
A group of Transfiguration women make prayer... Read More
Soup's On
The Lord's Soup Kitchen, a new ECW ministry, has... Read More
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A Blog by Rev. Susan Smith-Allen

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