Chapel of the Transfiguration
Grand Teton National Park, Moose, WY Map Located 15 miles from the Town of Jackson.
This small log chapel, built in 1925, offers spectacular views of the Teton Mountain Range and a majestic place to pray. The Chapel will seat 65 people with additional seating outside, weather permitting.
Holy Communion: Sundays (Summer Only) 8:00 am and 10:00 am
The rustic Episcopal Chapel of the Transfiguration, constructed in 1925, held the first services on July 26 of that year. The Chapel provided spiritual refreshment to dude ranchers and tourists that flocked to the chapel to worship and gather as a community. Today, the Chapel continues to draw people, and services are held every Sunday during the summer from Memorial Day thropugh September.
Summer 2017 Chaplains
Chaplains at the Chapel of the Transfiguration serve for a month each summer and we have been blessed to have an impressive array of fine priests and bishops who have taken this role. This summer is no exception.
We are pleased to announce the Chaplains that are serving this summer:
- June: The Reverend Beth Magill
- July: The Reverend Ken Asel
- August: The Reverend Scott Claassen
- September: The Reverend Ann Normand
A grand location for a wedding, this rustic log chapel offers spectacular views and the window over the altar frames the Grand Teton. The Chapel seats 65 people with additional seating outside, weather permitting. The Chapel of the Transfiguration is available for weddings from Memorial Day through September, based on the availability of our clergy. We would be delighted if you chose the Chapel of the Transfiguration to be the place you begin the next portion of your life's journey. Please click here for our wedding page and more information.
Garden of Memories
In the summer of 2012, we created a Garden of Memories at the Chapel of Transfiguration for those who would like to repose their cremains on the grounds of this unique sacred place. Facing the Grand Teton and framed by aspen trees, the Garden of Memories will forever honor those who love this place.
Instead of being spread, ashes will be poured into the ground and covered with soil. The names and dates of the deceased will be inscribed on a plaque mounted on a large stone in the Garden. For more, visit the Garden of Memories page.
Throughout Time: Chapel of the Transfiguration