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Wilbur C. Ellsworth

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Holy Transfiguration Antiochian Orthodox Church

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Holy Transfiguration Antiochian Orthodox Church

28 W. 770 Warrenville RD.

Warrenville, Illinois,60555

United States

Company Description

Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church is a multi-generational parish that is growing in the experience of the transforming grace of what the New Testament Scriptures call the Mystery of Christ. This Mystery has been at the heart of the Orthodox Church throughou...more

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The Fellowship of St. Jame - About

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Fr. Wilbur C. Ellsworth is the priest at Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Christian Church in Warrenville, IL.
He contributes regularly to Ancient Faith Radio, an Orthodox internet radio program featuring both audio programming and podcasts that highlight liturgical music, interviews, prayers, and lives of the saints. He is published in Reformation and Revival Journal on the topics of worship and hospitality in the church. Additionally, he serves as an adjunct faculty member at Northern Theological Seminary, where he teaches on Classical Christian Worship. Fr. Ellsworth holds a M. Div. from the Los Angeles Baptist Theological Seminary and a D. Min. from the Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Fr. Wilbur lives in IL with his wife Jean; they have two children.


Essays

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The title of the talk was "The Love of God and the Passion of Christ," and it was preceded by an invocation by Fr. Wilbur Ellsworth, pastor of Holy Transfiguration Antiochian Orthodox Church in Warrenville, Illinois.
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The Love of God and the Passion of Christ

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The title of the talk was "The Love of God and the Passion of Christ," and it was preceded by an invocation by Fr. Wilbur Ellsworth, pastor of Holy Transfiguration Antiochian Orthodox Church in Warrenville, Illinois.


Our Faith | Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Christian Church - Warrenville, IL

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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.


Love - Page 3 - John H Armstrong

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The final message was given by one of my dearest friends on earth - Fr. Wilbur Ellsworth.
Fr. Ellsworth, pastor of Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church in Warrenville, Illinois, has been my friend since the 1980s. He came to Wheaton, from a pastorate in Kent, Ohio, to serve as senior pastor of the First Baptist Church. We have shared many times of ministry, and growing friendship, over the last twenty-five plus years. Fr. Ellsworth and I have built a relationship over meals, prayer, conversations about theology and church, as well as special family events. We have celebrated birthdays, weddings and times of grief. We have given unique gifts to one another that we both value deeply. The intimacy of our friendship is something I treasure very, very profoundly. When Fr. Ellsworth began his private journey toward the Orthodox Church some years ago I knew of his direction long before it was made public.


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