November 8, 2011. (Romereports.com)
The Church of the Transfiguration was built in the year 2000 in Orleans, Massachusetts. Their members help make up the Community of Jesus and are inspired by the Benedictine tradition. It's made of wood and carved stone, with a mosaic and fresco images, as well as bronze and glass sculptures. This Ecumenical church is meant to reflect the biblical message that all earthly life has heavenly meaning, something that St. Benedict took to heart.
On their website churchofthetransfiguration.org, one can take a virtual tour, walking through their courtyard and down the aisle to see various sculptures and artwork, many of which were contributed by French and Italian artisans.
The zoom option allows a close look at many of the peculiarities that can be identified with this church.
For those who don't have the chance to personally visit this house of worship can now see explore it with the click of a mouse.