For the past twenty-five years, Transfiguration has put on the Country Fair & Art Show to benefit the community of Sisters. Although the Fair only lasts a couple of days in August, the congregation spends hundreds of hours over several months preparing each year. It is truly a group effort involving almost everyone in the congregation in one way or another, a true labor of love.
Yet Transfiguration has never kept a penny of the money raised for itself. Every dollar has been donated to community service organizations in Sisters, such as the Family Access Network, the Kiwanis’ Food Bank, Circle of Friends, and many other similar organizations serving the needs of Sisters’ residents. Over the years, Transfiguration has donated over $250,000 to the community of Sisters, no strings attached.
Because of the pandemic, we’ve had to cancel the Country Fair & Art Show this year. Yet the needs of Sisters this year are, if anything, greater than ever. For that reason, we are asking you to consider donating the money you would have spent (either in preparations, or at the Country Fair & Art Show itself) so that we may continue supporting the charitable and service organizations that serve our community.
Please send your tax deductible donations to
Transfiguration Episcopal Church
PO Box 130
Sisters, OR 97759
and make sure to designate your gift to the Country Fair & Art Show.
All Church activities have been canceled for the time being due to the coronavirus.
Please watch this space for updates!
The Ecumenical Service is made up of parishioners from multiple denominations. The service is led by the clergy and the laity.
Holy communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.
The second service of the morning is a celebration of the Holy Eucharist, Rite II.
In addition, baptisms, marriages, and memorial services are conducted according to the Book of Common Prayer.
Our church family takes great pride in extending a warm and sincere welcome to the many seasonal visitors who come to worship with us as well as newcomers to the area who are searching for a new church new home. Indeed, this hospitality has become a core element of the Church of the Transfiguration identity.