In the heart of historic Glendale on the campus of the Motherhouse, the Transfiguration Spirituality Center is a place of peace.
The Center provides residential space and spiritual support for individuals and groups seeking peace for a few hours, a few days or longer.
Transfiguration House in Eureka, California, is home to two Sisters who welcome guests to share their life of prayer and worship or just come for a quiet day or so. Spiritual direction, home cooking, a library of diverse books and a private garden are all available to guests, as are a listening ear and convivial conversation. Join us in watching and commenting on the news or enjoying a good movie. Two bedrooms are available for overnight guests.
In the Dominican Republic the Sisters work primarily in Barrio Las Flores, a neighborhood
in the city of San Pedro de Macoris. Here the Sisters and the people, with the help of their Diocese and many generous friends in the United States, have built a church, a school, and a medical clinic.
St. Monica's Center
St. Monica's serves the neighborhood of Lincoln Heights, about two miles from the Motherhouse in Glendale, Ohio. St. Monica's provides safety, enjoyment and supervision for neighborhood children after school and during the summer. The youngsters have opportunities to play, learn and grow, surrounded by caring people, fine recreational equipment and the beauty of art and nature.
Bethany is an Episcopal day school located on the grounds of the Motherhouse in Glendale, Ohio. With an enrollment of 250 children, the school draws students from diverse religious, economic and cultural backgrounds and provides outstanding preparation for high school. Sisters teach religious education classes, serve as the school's "board of education" and interact with the students in a variety of ways.
For more information see the website
bethanyschool.org or call 513-771-7462.