Chapel of the Transfiguration

Photo Opp ~ The Chapel of the Transfiguration is a small log chapel in Grand Teton National Park, in the community of Moose, Wyoming. The chapel was sited and built to frame a view of the Teton Range, Cathedral Group of peaks in a large window behind the altar. The chapel, which was built in 1925, is owned and operated by St. John’s Episcopal Church in Jackson, Wyoming. The chapel complex is composed of the chapel itself, an entrance canopy that incorporates a small bell tower, and a storage shed. The chapel and accessory buildings were designed by C.B. Loomis in a rustic style, also called Western Craftsman. The 22-foot by 50-foot T-shaped chapel has exposed log interior walls with stained glass windows on either side. Behind the altar on the chapel’s axis, a picture window frames a view of the Cathedral Group that substitutes for a stained glass composition.

Behind the altar, a picture window frames a view of the Cathedral Group that substitutes for a stained glass composition.
The Chapel and accessory buildings were designed by C.B. Loomis in a rustic style, also called Western Craftsman.
The 22-foot by 50-foot T-shaped chapel has exposed log interior walls with stained glass windows on either side.

Chapel of the Transfiguration
Menors Ferry Road
Moose, WY 83012

N 43º 39′ 36.5″ W 110º 42′ 55.3″

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