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Chapel of the Transfiguration, Moose

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The Chapel of the Transfiguration

The rustic Episcopal Chapel of the Transfiguration, constructed in 1925, held the first services on July 26 of that year. Prior to its construction, worshipers traveled 12 miles over rough roads to the town of Jackson. Today, that is just a short car ride away, but in the 1920’s roads were rough and automobiles rare. Once fully constructed, the Chapel of the Transfiguration served to provide spiritual refreshment to dude ranchers and tourists that flocked to the chapel every Sunday to worship and gather as a community. Today, the Chapel continues to draw people, and services are held every Sunday during the summer.
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  • Very peaceful! Very moving! A great place to pray and give thanks to God for all the beauty of Grand Teton National PArk!  more »
  • We happened visit this place on Sunday and attended the worship. It was amazing to see those mountains behind the cross during the worship. If you can not stay very long, the chapel has benches outsid...  more »
  • This small chapel is worth a stop only for the photo. Built in logs, it fits perfectly in the landscape. It must cross the threshold. Inside, a window has wisely placed behind the altar. It allows to see the mountains of the Tetons. Really very nice. A sign indicates that there are no toilets so... take precautions before!
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  • One of my best friends was married there in 1998. What a beautiful place to say your vows!
  • This is a very nice spot to take a chance to just relax and enjoy the views of the Grand Tetons. the chapel itself has some really beautiful glass windows in it.
  • Absolutely charming rustic little chapel with fantastic views. Well worth a visit.
  • We went to this amazing chapel in August 2013 it was a great place to sit and look out of the picturesque window over to the Tetons . The kids rang the bell and there were post cards to buy ...honesty box .....
  • Beautiful- especially with wildflowers in bloom!