While all Orthodox churches are adorned with icons, our Chapel of the Transfiguration is unique in that most of our iconography has been “written” by our own chapel family.  Many are ”products” of the members of the Prosopon School of Iconology, headed by Vladislav Andrejev, with great support from Lydia (Lynette) and Julian (Brandon) Hull.  And the talents extend beyond icons, with important liturgical items such as our magnificent Plaschanitsa (Shroud) being hand-sewn by Doina Dumitrescu and our Altar Table, Censer stand, and Seven Candle stand on the Altar being the work of Michael Danchak ’65.  We thank God for the talents He has bestowed on our members, and are grateful that those talents have been used the His Glory.