Plan Your Visit
Plan Your Visit
NOw that you've let us know you're coming, we want to tell you more about transformation sundays
Questions about Transformation Church
What are your services like?
Our services last about 75 minutes. Pastor Autry (or a guest speaker every now and then) preaches and our Worship team will sing 4-5 songs. Our music is a great mix of modern, gospel, and hymns. We have a dedicated prayer time and a call-and-response scripture time, too.
Do I have to dress up for Sunday Service?
We welcome everyone to wear what they would like. Some of our attendees come in t-shirts, others come in polos or button-ups.
What about my kids? Do you have child care?
Yes! We provide childcare for your little ones or you may choose to keep them with you in service. Children 0-3 can head to the nursery prior to the beginning of service, and children 4-7 will be dismissed prior to the sermon to get age-appropriate biblical teaching from our children's leaders. All leaders and assistants in the children's area have passed a thorough background check. Also, the first sunday of every month is "Family Sunday". During this time, all children are welcomed to stay throughout service. A snack and activity is provided.
What if I still have a question?
You can e-mail us by going to the "Contact" tab. You may also send us a message on our Facebook at www.facebook.com/transformationchurch.sch
Where are you located?
Our physical address is 216 W Sauk Trail, South Chicago Heights, IL 60411, which is just west of Euclid Ave. on the south side of the street. Look for our logo on the north side of the building.
Where do I go once I get there?
Once you're in our parking lot, look for the arrow signs to point you to the sidewalk on the east side of the building. Follow the sidewalk to our front doors which you passed on the drive in. When you get to the front doors, one of our Connections team members will be there to say good morning and answer any questions you have. Ask them about our bathrooms, where to get free coffee and snacks, and where the kids are supposed to go.