• Our Mission
  • Our Mission
  • We believe and uphold eternal truths revealed by God through His Son and His Word. These truths define values that shape our identity and guide the expressions of our faith - our words, our actions and our worship. Our Values
  • The vision of the Anglican Church of the Transfiguration is to build small dedicated communities of reproducing Disciples of Christ throughout the Philadelphia area. Our Vision

Please note: During the month of August, the 10:45 am service will not be held. The 9:00 am service will continue.

Childcare now provided up to ten years of age.

Welcome

We pray that you will worship with us soon and experience the presence and love of Christ among us.

Our service offerings range from quiet and contemplative to contemporary, and each retains traditional liturgical elements.

Our worship is marked by:

  • Truth: Our sermons and teachings are all Bible-based and life application-oriented. We uphold God's Word as contained in the Old and New Testaments to contain all things necessary for salvation. We call on the Holy Spirit to lead us and keep us in His truth.
  • Release: Throughout each service, we have numerous opportunities to respond to God's love through pray, hear and respond to the Word, singing God's praises, and offering ourselves to Him. We are not merely observers, but rather participants anticipating a supernatural transaction in His holy presence.
  • Order: Our liturgy brings a sense of flow and structure as our worship unfolds; and yet, we are often compelled by the Spirit to step out of a liturgical form and respond as He moves us.
  • Legacy: As we worship, we see that we are a part of God's holy, universal church that was birthed on the day of Pentecost nearly 2,000 years ago. Our liturgy and worship recall actual events in Judeo-Christian history; remind us of God's ongoing, abiding presence through His Holy Spirit; and redirect us forward as we anticipate Jesus Christ's return and the triumph of His Church. There is a sense, when one enters fully into worship, that we are a part of something that has lasted—and will last—throughout the ages.
Come and join us this Sunday...we'll save a seat for you.

Quick Facts

Sunday Services - New Schedule starting April 27

Elizabethan Language Service (9:00 am) King James Bible & 1928 Prayer Book

Modern Language Service (10:45 am) English Standard Version & 2008 Prayer Book Service

You are welcome to join us for fellowship and light food each week in between the two services.

Men's Prayer and Coffee
Saturday 8:00AM. Join us for Morning Prayer (2011 BCP) and Starbucks Coffee
 
Women's Group
Evening Prayer & Discussion
2:45PM Thursdays
 
Confessions available by Appointment





Our Mission

Our mission at St. Michael's at Transfiguration is to "Make, Equip and Send Disciples of Christ”.

In a society where the greatest challenge most men face is getting to the next level of Call of Duty and most women are frustrated searching for a meaningful relationship in a "hook up" society, we offer an opportunity with real world rewards. Carrying the message of the Gospel and living as one of Christ's Disciples is the most purposeful work in the world; It's also the hardest. We're looking for men and women who are willing to step up and engage the darkness of the world, persevere through intense difficulty and find success at the worlds most challenging work. Equipping Christians for their work in the world is a priority to us. At St. Michael's at Transfiguration we emphasize knowledge, action and companionship in the equipping of Disciples ready to go into the world. 

So what's with the name? 

Good question, let us explain. The Anglican Church of the Transfiguration has been in Phoeniville since 1997. It has always been a somewhat similar service to what you would have experienced in King James' chapel in 1611 when the famous Bible translation by that name was first released, if you lived in 1611 that is... It's a unique in a good way, which we encourage you to try. But the King James style of language in Prayers and Scripture isn't everyone's cup of tea so to speak, and so we started a new plant within Transfiguration we are calling St. Michaels. Kind of a new beginning. 

What you'll find when you come.

St. Michael's at Transfiguration still uses a liturgical style of worship, one which has been used since the earliest years of the church, but in a more casual way. What do we mean by that? It is a mix of worship style and attitude. While the format is still pretty structured, as every church is (the structure just looks different), we combine that with a feel of personal connection to community. Unlike a lot churches where most of the focus of the Christian life is centered on Sunday morning, we have a undercurrent of Discipleship through connection with Christ and connection with others which brings the focus of our members to living Monday through Saturday. We say you can come as you are, but you you can't stay as you are...though you can change at a pace you're comfortable with. In reality it is hard to describe in words, it just needs to be experienced. It's good. We're not looking for perfect people, just real people with a desire for a full life.


Contact Us

The Anglican Church of the Transfiguration
51 Columbia Avenue
Phoenixville, PA 19460
610. 618.2241
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