You are welcome here. Whether you are visiting the ski resorts, National Parks or call this area home, come worship with us. We look forward to seeing you!
To get a quick look at our service times, visit our Worship page. Details about services at each of our worship locations are at the links below.
Of course, if you have any questions or need any help navigating, call our office at 307-733-2603. We're typically in the office Monday through Thursday from 9 until 4:30, and Fridays we're here from 9 until noon.
168 North Glenwood, Jackson, WY Map
We are located one block off the Town Square in the town of Jackson, Wyoming. The beautiful log church, built in 1995, seats 250 people. Hansen Hall, youth rooms, and the nursery are also located in this building.
Holy Communion: Sundays, 10:00 a.m.
Children's Chapel (ages 4-10): Sundays during the 10:00 a.m. service
After the Gospel, children te…
170 North Glenwood, Jackson, WY Map
On the corner of Glenwood Street and Gill Avenue is the original Chapel. Built in 1915, the logs and stained glass chapel is listed on The National Register of Historic Places. The seating capacity is approximately 100.
Holy Communion: Sundays 8:00 a.m.
Holy Communion: Wednesdays 12:00 p.m.
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 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
- June: The Rev. Kirkland "Skully" Knight, Episcopal School of Baton Rouge, LA
- July: The Rev. Lester V. Mackenzie, Rector, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Laguna Beach, CA
- August: The Rev. Chip Edens, Rector, Christ Church, Charlotte, NC
- Organists: Judy Bowser, Henry Lowe, David Wagner
Holy Communion: Sundays 8 AM/10AM
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 through September.