Sunday: 8:00 & 10:00 am, 12:00 & 5:00 pm*
Weekends: Saturday Morning 9:00 am only
Holy Days of Obligation: Vigil 7:30 pm, 7:15 & 9:00 am & 12:10 pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
Other times by appointment
Priory Office Hours:
Friday: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
Sun: 9:00 am to 1:30 pm
Closed on all holidays
Locally: Go west on route 119 until it ends at route 9. Take a right to go north on route 9 at the CVS plaza. The church is just a couple blocks up on the right hand side. Take a right turn right after the church onto Prospect Ave. You will see the entrance to the parking lot on your right.
From 287: Use exit 9 for route 9 for both eastbound and westbound 287. We are just north of route 119 on the right. Then follow the directions above.
Making All Things New (MATN)
“Making All Things New” the pastoral planning initiative of the Archdiocese of New York, will move forward as the members of Parish Core Teams – the Pastor plus four parishioners – from different regions gather for training sessions on the evenings of Tuesday & Wednesday, September 24 & 25. The Transfiguration Parish Core Team Members (CTM) are: Jean Dunagan, Alice Casey, Patrick Muecke, Christopher Vanzo & Fr. John. The Transfiguration Parish is greatful to our CTM’s for their willingness to be part of MATN. For more information about the MATN Initiative you may watch a 2 hour video introducing MATN.
Religious Lending Library
The Religious Lending Library has received over 50 books which are about the Carmelites. Some of the new books are: St. John of the Cross, St. Therese of Lisieux, Edith Stein, St. Titus Brandsma and St. Teresa of Avila. Look for them in the display case in the sitting area of the library. Sign them out in the usual manner in the green loose leaf notebook on the hexagon table. Return the books back to this library when you are finished reading, and remember, there are no due dates or fines.
In response to many inquiries, we are pleased to announce that in addition to our traditional envelope giving, there will be an alternative method of contributing to Transfiguration Church via online. If you are more comfortable using the envelope system, then please continue to do so. We are pleased that this system works so well for us. However, for those of you who wish to contribute online we have enlisted ParishPay, an experienced provider of electronic giving solutions in the U.S. to Catholic parishes, to assist in our regular collections. At no cost to you, the ParishPay service provides the ability to make your contributions online from your checking, savings or credit card accounts. It is a totally secure online site, and can be easily accessed by you at ParishPay.com. Detailed information is available at the rear of the church, in the church offices, online, or by calling 1-866-PARISH1 (727-4741). Thank you for your continued support.
We invite all who are interested in becoming part of a parish welcoming committee to call the priory office (631-1672) and leave a message for Alice Droogan. The purpose of this group is to welcome individuals and families to Transfiguration. This committee strives to make newly registered parishioners feel at home by extending personal greetings, offering information & answering questions and generally assisting the newcomers in becoming better acquainted with the people and activities at Transfiguration. This is an important step on our journey toward “Making All Things New”.
If anyone would like to register at Transfiguration or if you are registered but some of your information has changed, please fill out the registration form by clicking on “registration form” printing it out and submitting the completed form to the Priory Office.
Parish “Blast” email
We occasionally send out emails to inform/remind members of the Parish about upcoming events and special announcements. If you would like to recieve these emails, please send your request to be included to firstname.lastname@example.org.