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Our congregation is a loving Christian community that welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds to join us in worship, study, prayer and service to others.

We are an Anglican Church, a parish in the Anglican Church in North America. Anglicanism is called the “middle way.” Anglicans are catholic in that we follow the teachings and worship style of the ancient church. The church has been saying many of the same prayers we pray each week since the first century! Yet, Anglicanism has been greatly influenced by the Protestant Reformation as well. We hold strongly to the authority of the Bible as God’s revealed Word. We also believe that every person is called to have a personal relationship with God through His Son, Jesus Christ. We are also called to serve others in the love of Christ, helping them to know the truth of the gospel.

Like Christians since the time of Jesus, we celebrate Holy Communion together every Sunday. We hear God’s Word read from the Bible, and listen as our ministers apply it to our lives. We welcome all baptized Christians to receive Communion. We invite those who do not wish or are not able to receive Communion for any reason to come forward to receive a prayer of blessing.

We hope you might come and see what we are all about here at Transformation. Expect to encounter God through scripture, sacraments and prayer when you worship here. Worship is why we exist and is at the heart of who we are and what we do.

Our desire is to serve Christ by serving others. We look forward to meeting you!

Pastor Bob Hackendorf


We began Stage 2 of our reopening on Sunday, June 21st, and it was a tremendous blessing to see each and every one who was able to come for worship! We continue to honor those who meet high-risk criteria and/or those who remain cautious about our health situation who choose to participate from home. We will provide an audio recording of the entire 8:30 a.m. service, as well as a sermon-only version, on the website, as soon as possible after the service.

* If you have any of the following symptoms during a particular week, please worship with us online:
Fever Over 100
Cough or Sore Throat
Shortness of Breath
Contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19
(in the past 14 days)

* Families/parties/individuals entering the building one at a time, going directly into the sanctuary for seating which will be available in every other pew (allowing us to limit the capacity to 50%) and at least 2 seats'-width apart from another family/party/individual. This will preclude any physical contact, including hugging, among people who have not spent quarantined time together.

* All people 6 years of age and up will wear a facial covering (scarf, bandana, or mask) at all times.

* The altar party will enter the chancel from the sacristy with no formal procession.

* We are not passing of the peace or guest books in this stage as we try to limit physical contact. If you have a change in personal information, please call Anne Horan directly.

* An offering basket is available in the narthex for drop-in contributions.

* Intercessory prayer is on hold in this stage.

* Communion (wafers only) are offered in the narthex following the final song. When clergy are in place, families/parties/individuals are dismissed from the back by ushers. Once communion has been received, people are asked to leave the building immediately so that other people may come for communion. While awaiting one's turn to exit the sanctuary, people are asked to remain in their seats until directed by an usher.



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August 16, 2020


Transformation Anglican Church

701 Kensington Drive

Rockwall, TX 75032


Saturday, August 22, 2020

10am - 12pm

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