About Us

When you enter Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church during our open service hours, you are immersed in a completely unique experience. From the domed basilica architecture to the iconography adorning the walls and windows, the Church is designed as a reflection and embodiment of many of the fundamental beliefs of the Orthodox Church. For two decades, Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church has been the heart of the Orthodox community in Austin, Texas. We invite you to be a part of our family and worship with us.

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Learn how a few Greek Orthodox families from Austin, TX came with the inclination toward starting the first Greek Orthodox Church in the growing State Capital area and how we grew to be the community we are today.

Consecration

In preparation for the Consecration of our parish, we prepared a number of resources, including articles and lesson plans on the meaning of the Consecration service and on the lives of the Holy Martyrs who were interred in our altar. In the event that these resources are useful to you, we offer them here.

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In order to keep pace with the growth of our parish and our youth ministry programs, we are planning to expand by building a new community center at the top of our hill. Come learn more about our expansion plan.

Membership Information

Every person who is baptized and chrismated according to the rites of the Eastern Orthodox Church is a parishioner. The religious, moral and social duties of a parishioner at Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church are to apply the tenets of the Orthodox Faith to his/her life

Stewardship

Our active commitment to use all our time, talent and treasure for the benefit of humankind in grateful acknowledgment of Christ’s redeeming love.…caring for the needs of others.…offering one’s self to God as He offered Himself to us.

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The Sanctuary and Mt. Tabor Hall are wonderful areas of our church grounds to host your next events. Here you will find the rental fees for Mt. Tabor Hall or Sanctuary use.