“When Thou wast transfigured on the mountain, O Christ our God, Thou didst reveal Thy glory to Thy disciples as they could bear it. Enlighten us poor sinners as well with Thine Everlasting Light, through the intercessions of the Theotokos, O Thou Giver of Light, Glory to Thee!”
Troparion of the Transfiguration
The name of our parish is Holy Transfiguration. The Transfiguration of Christ in many ways is the pinnacle of the Church year because following Pascha and Pentecost, we see the Glory of God shining forth from the human body of Jesus Christ. It is a promise that as human beings ourselves, we can be filled with the Light and Life of God, even in this world.
This is the faith of the Orthodox Christian Church, and this is the Mystery we participate in at Holy Transfiguration, and indeed which is offered to us every moment of our lives.
Listen to interviews with our priest Fr. Wilbur Ellsworth’s journey to embracing the Orthodox Faith:
Read about our priest Fr. Wilbur Ellsworth’s journey from being a Baptist Pastor to being an Orthodox Priest. In Journeys of Faith, Fr. Wilbur talks about the joy in Christ and in the Holy Scriptures he found in his journey into the Orthodox Faith.
If you haven’t already, read our About Us page.
We have provided some articles and resources for those who desire to learn more about the Orthodox Faith. We encourage you also to “come and see” any time by visiting one of our services!
Other resources are given with each of our pages. An excellent general resource is Ancient Faith Radio which has podcasts and lectures on a wide spectrum of topics related to our Faith. Also, feel free to contact us personally with any questions you may have about our faith or our parish!