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Weekly Book Studies & Bible Studies

Sundays, June 2, 9, 23, July 14 21, 28, August 4, 7:30 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
"The Universal Christ" by Richard Rohr
Click HERE for a class description - join us anytime

Tuesdays, May 7-July 23, 10:00 a.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
Tuesday Spirituality: "Barking to the Choir" by Father Gregory Boyle
Click HERE for a class description - join us anytime

Tuesdays, June 11, meets weekly, 3:30 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
Senior Spirituality: "The Women of the Gospels: Missionaries of Love"
Click HERE for a class description - join us anytime.

Thursdays, June 6, 20, July 18, August 1, 15, 7:00 p.m., FLC
Thursday Evenings Men's Bible Study:  "The Gospel of John"
Click HERE for a class description - join us anytime

Fridays, May 17, meets weekly, 7:00 a.m., FLC
Friday Morning Men's Bible Study: " Acts of the Apostles [1-14]: Church of the Holy Spirit
Click HERE for a class description - join us anytime

Fridays, June 21, 28, July 12, 19, 9:45 a.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
Women in Faith Summer Session: "Catholic Mosaic: Ministry of Supporting and Inspiring Communion"
Click HERE for a class description - join us anytime

 

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Pentecost Evening of Reflection/Centering Prayer

Wednesday, June 5, 7:30 p.m., FLC
The Holy Spirit and Peter: A Pentecost Reflection
with Father Brian McNavish

Click HERE to sign up for the Evening of Reflection and/or if you will need CHILDCARE

Sundays, begins June 12, 7:00 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
Centering Prayer Group
with Susan Sexton and Rena Cresman

Click HERE to learn more and/or if you will need CHILDCARE

 

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Facebook LIVE! Guest Speakers

Thursday, May 25, 7:30 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room or Transfiguration's Facebook Page
Holy Humor with Ruth Elsbree

Thursday, July 25, 7:30 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room or Transfiguration's Facebook Page
Father Brian Talks Pornography with Father Brian McNavish

Click HERE for more class descriptions and how to watch our classes LIVE!

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Methodology

Friday, June 7, 1:00 p.m., (has been moved to the FLC)
Technology & Treats a.k.a T-N-T
with Theresa Brader and Karla Colman
Click HERE for a class description and to sign up

Thursday, June 20, 7:00 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
A Disciples Backpack
with Jean Sherwood
Click HERE for a class description and to sign up

Thursday, July 11, 11:00 a.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
A Taste of Success
with Kristy White, Bev Sauer and Sheila Murray
Click HERE for a class description and to sign up

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Defending Your Faith: 8 Simple Building Blocks

An Interactive Digital Opportunity via Transfiguration's Facebook or Web Page

June 3:  An Overview

June 10:  What the Church Believes: The Creed

June 17:  Continue Christ's Mission: Ministry of Catechesis

June 24:  Morality, or How to Avoid Hell

July 1:  God Promised/God Revealed: Scripture & Divine Revelation

July 15:  Points of Grace: Sacraments & Liturgy

July 22:  Ages & Stages: Faith and Moral Development

July 29:  A Pathway to God: Prayer & Spirituality

Click HERE for class descriptions

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Guest Speakers & Events

Saturday, June 15, 10:00 a.m., Bishop Hall
A Deacon's Story
with Deacon Dave Fragale
Click HERE for a class description and to sign up

Mondays, July 8, August 5, 10:00 a.m., FLC
Conversations with Father Brian
with Father Brian McNavish
Click HERE for a class description

Thursday, July 18, 7:00 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
A Study of the Mystics
with Jean Sherwood
Click HERE for a class description and to sign up

Saturday, August 3, 10:00 a.m., Bishop Hall
When God Recalculates our Journey
with Maureen Hunt
Click HERE for a class description and to sign up

Thursday, August 22, 7:30 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
Major Schisms of the Church
with Tom Welch
Click HERE for a class description and to sign up

Summer 2019 - Sojourners (Adult Faith Formation)

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Summer Schedule
Weekly Book Studies & Bible Studies

Weekly classes meet throughout the summer. Please check the class description for meeting times and dates.  Attendance is not mandatory every week, but suggested. Some classes may require that you purchase a book.


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The Universal Christ by Richard Rohr


Sundays, 7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.,  Adult Ed/OCI Room
June 2, 9, 23, July 14, 21, 28, August 4

From one of the world’s most influential spiritual thinkers, a long-awaited book exploring what it means that Jesus was called “Christ,” and how this forgotten truth can restore hope and meaning to our lives.

“Anyone who strives to put their faith into action will find encouragement and inspiration in the pages of this book.” 
-Melinda Gates

In his decades as a globally recognized teacher, Richard Rohr has helped millions realize what is at stake in matters of faith and spirituality. Yet Rohr has never written on the most perennially talked about topic in Christianity: Jesus. Most know who Jesus was, but who was Christ? Is the word simply Jesus’s last name? Too often, Rohr writes, our understandings have been limited by culture, religious debate, and the human tendency to put ourselves at the center.

Drawing on scripture, history, and spiritual practice, Rohr articulates a transformative view of Jesus Christ as a portrait of God’s constant, unfolding work in the world. “God loves things by becoming them,” he writes, and Jesus’s life was meant to declare that humanity has never been separate from God—except by its own negative choice. When we recover this fundamental truth, faith becomes less about proving Jesus was God, and more about learning to recognize the Creator’s presence all around us, and in everyone we meet.

Thought-provoking, practical, and full of deep hope and vision, The Universal Christ is a landmark book from one of our most beloved spiritual writers, and an invitation to contemplate how God liberates and loves all that is.

Let us know you're coming. SIGN UP HERE.

[Catechist credit earned: 1.5 hours per class for Spirituality-intermediate/advanced certification]

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Spirituality on Tuesdays: Barking to the Choir by Gregory Boyle

Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
begins May 7 - join us anytime.

In a moving example of unconditional love in difficult times, the Jesuit priest and bestselling author of Tattoos on the Heart, Gregory Boyle, shares what three decades of working with gang members in Los Angeles has taught him about faith, compassion, and the enduring power of kinship.

[Catechist credit earned: 1.5 hours per class for Spirituality-intermediate/advanced certification]

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Seniors on Tuesdays: “The Women of the Gospels: 
Missionaries of God’s Love“

with Marjie Schutz and Margaret Shugart
Tuesdays, 3:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room
begins June 11 - join us at anytime.

Are you 50 or older? Join our "motley" group of seniors for fellowship and study of our Catholic faith. We open our meetings with a discussion on Fr. Fernando's Sunday reflection. Then we delve into the "meat and potatoes" of our study. We never know what side topics on our Catholic faith and teachings will surface. We guarantee you that our discussion is lively, varied and interesting.  The study material is provided.

The gospels portray women as significant and influential members of Jesus followers. This Bible study presents six examples of women in the gospelsdisciples who encountered Jesus and spread his message of love. Sessions focus on Elizabeth, Marys cousin and the mother of John the Baptist; Anna the prophetess who saw the baby Jesus in the Temple; the women who followed Jesus from Galilee; the mother of the sons of Zebedee; the Samaritan woman at the well; and Mary of Bethany. This study will help you discover how you can better follow Jesus and proclaim his love to the world. Each session provides the full Scripture text and a short commentary; questions for reflection, discussion, and personal application; In the Spotlight sections featuring wisdom from the saints and the church, root meanings of Greek words, and fascinating historical background.


 

Interested and/or have questions? Contact Marjie Schutz, or drop in anytime.

[Catechist credit earned: 1.5 hours per class for Scripture-intermediate/advanced certification]

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Thursday Evening Men’s Bible Study

Scripture Study: The Gospel of John

Thursdays, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., FLC
SUMMER DATES!  June 6, 20, July 18, August 1, 15, 7:00 p.m., FLC - join us anytime!

Join us for a walk through the Gospel of John.

Interested? Contact Joe Floccarior drop in at your convenience.

[Catechist credit earned: 1.5 hours per class for Scripture-intermediate/advanced certification]

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Friday Morning Men’s Bible Study

Threshold Bible Study:  Acts of the Apostles [1-14] - Church of the Holy Spirit, Part 1

Fridays, 7:00 a.m., FLC
join us anytime!

Author: Stephen J Binz

The most thrilling and adventurous book of the Bible, Acts shows us Christianity being lived for the first time. It takes us to some of the great cities of the ancient world. It introduces us to all kinds of people: apostles, prophets, martyrs, philosophers, governors, kings, merchants, jailers, and sailors. It narrates for us a variety of events: dramatic spiritual experiences, missionary journeys, trials and imprisonments, powerful speeches that provoke dramatic responses, sea voyages and a shipwreck, and the clash of ancient cultures. And it invites us to see the adventure continuing on and on in our lives.

 

Interested? Contact Rick Kime, or drop in anytime.

[Catechist credit earned: 1.5 hours per class for Scripture-intermediate/advanced certification]

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Friday Women in Faith

Fridays, 9:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Bishop Hall
join us anytime

Summer Session:
“Catholic Mosaic:  Ministry of Supporting and Inspiring Communion”

  • June 21-“The Saints: Finding Companions for Your Life’s Journey” with Elizabeth Ficocelli
  • June 28-“With Jesus: Praying and Following the Ceaseless Act of Love” with Sr. Faustina Maria
  • July 12-“With Mary: Your Beautiful, Loving, Generous, and Caring Mother” with Sarah Reinhard
  • July 19-“With God: Growing Closer to God with the Scriptures” with Sonja Corbitt

For questions or more information please contact:

Carolyn carolynaconnelly(at)gmail.com
Becky beckyjaracz(at)yahoo.com
Therese theresedelashmutt(at)gmail.com

 

If you will need Childcare please sign up HERE 3 days in advance

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Pentecost Evening of Reflection

 


 

The Holy Spirit and Peter: A Pentecost Reflection

Wednesday, June 5, 7:30 p.m., Family Life Center

  • What happened at Pentecost?
  • What does Peter witness to us today?
  • In this season of our lives, what is the Holy Spirit asking of us?

Join us for an evening of listening, reflecting, and pondering as we prepare to celebrate Pentecost.

 Let Father Brian know you're coming.  Sign up HERE. 

 If you will need Childcare, please sign up 3 days in advance by clicking HERE.

[Catechist credit earned: 1.5 hours per class for Spirituality-intermediate/advanced certification]


 

Centering Prayer


 

Centering Prayer Group
with Susan Sexton and Rena Cresman
begins Wednesday, June 12, meets weekly, 7:00 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room

Centering Prayer is a simple method of prayer, rooted in ancient Christian tradition. “… not so much the absence of thoughts as the detachment from them. It is the opening of mind and heart, body and emotions – the whole body - to God …beyond words, thoughts, and emotions.”
by Thomas Keating in Open Mind, Open Heart.  

We will view videos by Fr. Keating from his Spiritual Journey series. For more information, contact Rena Cresman at renacresman(at)mindspring.com

 If you will need Childcare, please sign up 3 days in advance by clicking HERE.

[Catechist credit earned: 1.5 hours per class for Prayer & Spirituality-intermediate/advanced certification]

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Facebook 
Live! Series


 

Mondays & Thursdays, 7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., online with Facebook LIVE! or in the Adult Ed/OCI Room

 "Like" our Transfiguration Catholic Church Facebook page and join us online as we unpack subjects concerning our different journeys in faith. These presentations will be broadcast on their given dates via Transfiguration's Facebook page and are interactive.  You are welcome to join us with your physical presence in the Adult Ed classroom. Turn your notifications to ON and tune in from wherever you are.  Don't forget to bring your questions


"Holy Humor"

with Ruth Elsbree
Thursday, March 23, 7:30 p.m.

Have you ever found yourself saying, “God really has a sense of humor!” If so, why is the Bible so serious? Come explore a joyful aspect of our faith that is often overlooked. In this workshop, Ruth invites participants to look at how ‘holy’ and ‘humor’ really do go together.

  • What is humor anyway? (It’s complicated! Find out why.)
  • Is there humor in the Bible? (Yes! There are reasons we miss it.)
  • Is it okay to be humorous on our faith journey? (Yes! Discover some guidelines.)
  • But I’m not really a funny person. (Pick up a few simple methods to get people to smile.)

To sign up for a Facebook LIVE! class, click HERE.

 


 

Father Brian Talks Pornography

with Father Brian McNavish
Thursday, July 25, 7:30 p.m.

  • For those who are affected or struggle, freedom is possible.
  • How do we prevent and care for children in our technological world?
  • Can we create “safe havens” in our homes and communities?
  • What are the resources available?
  • How do we respond as Christians / disciples of Christ?

 

To sign up for a Facebook LIVE! class, click HERE.

 


 [Catechist credit  earned: 1.5 hours per class for Morality-Intermediate/Advanced certification] 


 

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Defending Your Faith: 8 Simple Building Blocks

 


 

To know your faith is to defend your faith.  How well do you know your faith?  Take the opportunity this summer to participate in Transfiguration's first online interactive class.  See what's in store and sign up for notifications each time we post a new "building block" online.   Each class will take 10 minutes of your time and give you an idea of what we have waiting for you in the fall.  Join us for one or all classes offered.


  • June 3:    An Overview
  • June 10:  What the Church Believes: The Creed
  • June 17: Continue Christ’s Mission
  • June 24: Morality, Or How to Avoid Hell:
  • July 1:     God Promised/God Revealed
  • July 8:     History of the Church and Development
  • July 15:  Points of Grace: Sacraments & Liturgy
  • July 22:  Ages & Stages: Faith and Moral Development
  • July 29:  A Pathway to God: Prayer and Spirituality

 


 
 

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Methodology

 


 

Technology & Treats a.k.a T-N-T
with Theresa Brader and Karla Colman
Friday, June 7, 1:00 p.m., (has been moved to the FLC)

Bring your personal device (technology) and a baked good to share (treat) and join us for a personal one-on-one instruction session with your favorite teen.

 

Let us know you're coming.  Sign up HERE. 

 If you will need Childcare, please sign up 3 days in advance by clicking HERE.


 


A Disciples Backpack
with Jean Sherwood
Thursday, June 20, 7:00 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room

As we walk through life as one of Jesus’ followers, remember to take along your backpack   Prepare for your continued spiritual journey with Jesus and the Holy Spirit as your veteran guides.

 

Let Jean know you're coming.  Sign up HERE. 

If you will need Childcare, please sign up 3 days in advance by clicking HERE.


 


A Taste of Success
with Kristy White, Bev Sauer and Sheila Murray
Thursday, July 11, 11:00 a.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room

Join us for lunch as we share our thoughts on effective classroom management that incorporate the use of centers

  • Classroom Management
  • Lunch
  • Using centers in the classroom

 

Let us know you're coming.  Sign up HERE. 

 If you will need Childcare, please sign up 3 days in advance by clicking HERE.

 

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 Guest Speakers & Events


 

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A Deacon's Story
with Deacon Dave Fragale
Saturday, June 15, 10:00 a.m., Bishop Hall

Deacon Dave will take us on his journey from lay minister to permanent Deacon.  He will speak on his personal and spiritual  journey and how it affected his family as well a the process and time commitment it takes to become a deacon of the Catholic Church.

Holy Name Ministry has invited Dave to come and speak at their breakfast.  Tickets are $5/each and will be sold two weeks before the breakfast after each mass or in the office during the week.  Please join us for Saturday 9:00 a.m. mass before breakfast.

CHILDCARE is offered FREE of charge for Dave's class.  Click HERE to sign up for CHILDCARE.


 


Conversations with Father Brian
with Father Brian McNavish
Mondays, July 8, August 5, 10:00 a.m., FLC

Enjoy a REAL conversation about faith and faith matters.  Father Brian will unpack topics in the Catholic Church that may surprise you.  Come enjoy a cup of coffee and make sure to bring your questions.

No class registration required.

CHILDCARE is offered FREE of charge for Fr. Brian's class.  Click HERE to sign up for CHILDCARE.



A Study of the Mystics
with Jean Sherwood
Thursday, July 18, 7:00 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room

"Mysticism admits the existence of a personal God who is constantly and freely active (in a miraculous way) in the world of human beings whom He has made." ( Fr. John Hardon, S.J.)   Not all saints are mystics and not all mystics are saints.  Broadly speaking, all Christians are mystics.  We believe that by faith we are initiated into the mysteries of Christ's death and resurrection.  What sets a true mystic apart from the crowd is that they penetrate these Christian mysteries in depth.  Join us to learn more about the spiritual lives of the mystics and how their lives can provide a road map for our journey with God

Click HERE to sign up for Jean's class

CHILDCARE is offered FREE of charge for Jean's class.  Click HERE to sign up for CHILDCARE.


 


When God Recalculates our Journey
with Maureen Hunt
Saturday, August 3, 10:00 a.m., Bishop Hall

Maureen uses her late husband Richard Stolz's book, Glimpses of God, to take us on a journey back to our lifelong mission and purpose; a mission to sainthood and holiness.  Do you fall off course?  Recalculate your journey and get right back on.

Holy Name Ministry has invited Maureen to come and speak at their breakfast.  Tickets are $5/each and will be sold two weeks before the breakfast after each mass or in the office during the week.  Please join us for Saturday 9:00 a.m. mass before breakfast.

CHILDCARE is offered FREE of charge for this class.  Click HERE to sign up for CHILDCARE.


Major Schisms of the Church
with Tom Welch
Thursday, August 22, 7:30 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room

 How did they divide us and how did they play a part in our Church today?

 

Click HERE to sign up for Tom's class

CHILDCARE is offered FREE of charge for this class.  Click HERE to sign up for CHILDCARE.

 

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Adult Confirmation Classes

Transfiguration offers Confirmation classes each year to adults that have been Baptized and have First Holy Eucharist in the Catholic Church. The classes run for 6 sessions.

2019 Adult Confirmation Class Schedule:

Sundays, 12:00 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.
April 7, 14, 28, May 5, 19, June 2
June 6, 7:30 p.m. - Pentecost Evening of Reflection with Father Brian McNavish
June 9 - Confirmation will be celebrated at the Noon mass

Contact Bev, bsauer(at)transfiguration.com or 770-977-1442 x 128 for more information.


Becoming Catholic a.k.a. Order of Christian Initiation for Adults (OCIA)

This is the rite of the Church by which non-Catholics become Catholic. The rite begins with an inquiry period and lasts until an individual is prepared to receive the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation).

Adult Programs

BECOMING CATHOLIC
This is an ongoing journey of preparation. We invite all interested to contact the Parish Office or drop by the Inquiry Class on Thursdays, 7:30 p.m., Room 104. For information on the program, contact Bill Garrity .... 770-552-8079

Children's Programs

For information on programs for children (Grades 3 through 12), call Sheila Murray ..... 770-977-1442, Ext. 149 or the Journey Office .....770-977-1442, Ext. 125. Children must complete one full year of religious education before entering the OCIC program.

 

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Mourning & Hope

7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. - 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month, Room 108
Facilitated by Maureen Nejedly and Michelle Steratt

Grief and loss are a part of life.  Sadly, many suffer alone.  Sharing your experiences with others can help. A trained listener will be on site.

Contact Maureen Nejedly, mnejedly(at)gmail.com or Michelle Steratt, amiari5(at)aol.com.

 

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Faith Sharing Groups

Transfiguration Catholic Church offers off-site Faith Sharing Groups.  These groups meet on various days and times of day.  If you are interested in joining a Faith Sharing Group near you or would like to host a group in your own home please contact us.

Contact Chris and Mariela Reilly, reillycmgd@aol.com for more information.

Faith Sharing Potluck
 Stay tuned for the Fall date!

Keynote speaker presentations:
To listen to Father Brian's presentation on "Prayer: How Do You Pray?" please click HERE!


 

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"Make a friend. Be a friend.
Walk with that friend to Christ."

Contact Chris and Mariela Reilly at reillycmgd(at)aol.com
for more information.

 

Cursillo Ultreya Meetings: second Friday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Join us in the Adult Lounge for more information on upcoming retreat weekends

The Cursillo is an encounter with Christ.  Its mission is to bring Christ to others by learning how to embrace our vocation as laypersons.  It promotes a spiritual revitalization of our world.  By living a fully Christian life, we bring Christ to others, including members of our family, workplace, school, etc.  The Cursillo Movement provides a method and a technique to provide each of us with the tools, the mentality, the strength, and the support to make this natural type of evangelization possible. 

The Cursillo weekend is more a workshop than a retreat. It is an opportunity to learn, grow and share in Eucharist prayer, adoration, and personal reflection within the context of a Christian community.  The weekend is designed to inspire and encourage the deepening of faith and to develop a consciousness that we are called to be leaders in our environments. 

For more information on men's and women's Cursillo weekends go to
www.atlcatholiccursillo.org

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Breaking Open the Word
A Weekly Sunday Readings and Reflections Email - a GREAT way to start off your day!

Looking for a way to apply the Sunday readings to your life and experience the Mass more deeply? Try Breaking Open the Word! Sign up below to receive a weekly email breaking open the following Sunday's scriptures, and offering context to the readings and reflection questions to bring their message home in your day-to-day. 


 

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Transfiguration has a digital subscription to Catholic Update. If you’d like to receive a digital copy of this monthly publication, email Karla, kcolman(at)transfiguration.com.

 

 

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Sojourners (Adult Education) Video Library

Did you miss a presentation or would you like to view one of our Adult Faith Formation Videos again?

Click HERE to view our entire video library.

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Adult Faith Formation Hospitality Team

Interested in joining our hospitality team for Adult Education classes and events? We set up drinks and treats, serve as a welcoming presence, and put everything away afterwards. Come a little early and stay a little late at events you already plan to attend, and become a part of our team.

To find out more or join us, please contact Bev.

 


 

Registration & Childcare

All adult education classes meet in the Adult Ed/OCI Room unless otherwise noted. Please visit our webpage for links to sign up for classes (current classes for the week are listed on the right sidebar of our page);  if you need assistance signing up, please contact Bev Sauer, 770-977-1442 x128, or bsauer(at)transfiguration.com,  or Karla Colman, kcolman(at)transfiguration.com. Registration is encouraged, but not required unless otherwise noted. Classes can be cancelled for various reasons (weather, sickness, etc.). Only registered participants can be notified.

Babysitting/childcare is available for almost ALL Adult Faith Formation classes with reservations at least 3 days in advance. To sign up for childcare, click HERE. For questions about childcare, please call Karla Colman, 770-977-1442, ext. 138, or email kcolman(at)transfiguration.com.

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Holy Name Society

Holy Name hosts a full Breakfast Buffet and brings in Guest Speakers to talk on various topics of interest in and around the Catholic Church. Tickets go on sale two weekends before the event after all mass times and are available through the front office as well. Check the schedule below and mark your calendars.
Ticket cost: $5/person

Speaker & Breakfast Schedule

Saturdays (see below for specific dates), 9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
join us for mass in the Chapel at 9:00 a.m.

June 15, 2019: A Deacon's Story
with Dave Fragale

August 3, 2019: When God Recalculates our Journey
with Maureen Hunt

October 12, 2019: Internet Predators/The Sex Trade
with Breon Haskett

December 14, 2019: Holy Humor Relative to the Season
with Ruth Elsbree

 

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6700 Riverside Drive Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (404) 255-0503

What is Ignatius House? Learn more HERE.

Questions about Ignatius House events? contact Mike & Veronika Monteleone at: mikemontel(at)comcast.net