Welcome to the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration

Welcome to the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration located in one of the world's most beautiful places - the Vail Valley in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.  The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration is a robust congregation, with numerous local and seasonal members, and a dynamic children's and youth ministries program.  We have worship sites in both Vail and Edwards allowing us an opportunity to better serve the needs of the community. Come join our Transfiguration family at Sunday worship!

We partner with and pastor our entire local community regardless of their church membership or faith perspective, and pioneer a 21st century Christian witness by enjoying a unique and distinctive interfaith reality.  Transfiguration co-inhabits three valley interfaith chapels with sister congregations from the Roman Catholic, Baptist, Lutheran, Presbyterian and Jewish faith traditions. We work very hard to pass on the Christian faith to the next generations by actively serving our infants, children and youth with vital and dynamic ministries.

Our Mission: To Know Jesus Christ, the Son of God, and make Him known.

Join us in our journey.


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