• Project Mexico
  • Greek Festival 2015

We warmly welcome you to the website of our Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church Family. 

The Mission of Saints Constantine and Helen Church 
is to proclaim the Good News of Salvation 
through the Orthodox Christian Faith 
for the glory of our Triune God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

We are a loving community of believers who journey 
towards our Lord Jesus Christ and one another through our 

We invite all people to join us on this journey towards the Kingdom of Heaven

Through this Missions Statement, we summarize who we are as a Church, and how we strive to live our calling as the Body of Christ. We hope this website will introduce you to our ancient Orthodox Christian Faith, and our beloved Church Family. We would also like these pages to help you discover something new about our Faith.

If you are looking for a Church Family, we welcome you to come and visit us. If you are a new member of our parish, or are considering membership, these web pages will acquaint you with what our parish offers to those who give it support and sustenance. 

May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God the Father, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you always!


Sunday Matins 8:30 am; 
Saturday Vespers: 5:00pm

Wednesday 10:00-11:15am;  
Saturday 7:00am-8:15am  

After Pascha: Classes on "World Religions" - Wednesdays 10:00am or Saturday 7:00am

Alcoholics Anonymous - Sundays 7:00pm

Narcotics Anonymous - Mondays 8:30pm


April 2 - Come Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity building a home in Auburn. We need 30 volunteers for 8:00-12:00 and 12:00-4:00.

April 6 - 6:00 Pre-Sanctified Liturgy and Pot-Luck Dinner followed by a "Journey Through Lent" Presentation by Fr. Ephraim Peters

April 8-9 Youth MBC Lock-In Retreat at our Church 

April 15-16 Youth MBC Spring Camp in New Hampshire

Lazarus Saturday, April 23 - 9:30 Divine Liturgy; 10;30 Pancake Breakfast and Making of Palm Crosses and tuffing 1000 eggs for Easter Egg Hunt

Palm Sunday, April 24 - 9:30am Divine Liturgy followed by Palm Sunday Fish Community Luncheon


Palm Sunday Night, Apr 24 - 6:30pm Bridegroom Service

Holy Monday, Apr 25 - 6:30pm Bridegroom Service

Holy Tuesday, Apr 26 - 6:30pm Bridegroom Service

Holy Wednesday, Apr 27 - 9:30am Pre-Sanctified Liturgy; 6:30pm Holy Unction (Healing) Service

Holy Thursday, Apr 28 - 9:30am Divine Liturgy; 6:30pm Service of 12 Gospels for Passion of Christ

Holy and Good Friday, Apr 29 - 9:00am Royal Hours Service; 9:00am Women Decorating Christ's Tomb (Epitaphio) and Wrapping Easter Eggs; 12:00 Youth Outreach to Homebound Parishioners; 2:00 Vespers of Taking Christ Down From the Cross; 6:30 Lamentations (Funeral) Service for Christ

Holy Saturday, Apr 30 - 9:30 1st Resurrection Service and Divine Liturgy

***Holy Saturday Night, Apr 30 - 10:00pm Resurrection Service

***PASCHA SUNDAY, May 1 - 11:00 Easter Egg Hunt; 12:00 Agape Vespers of Pasca; 1:00 Pascha Lamb and Pot-Luck Luncheon

Bright Monday, May 2 - 9:00 Pascha Matins; 9:30 Divine Liturgy


Mark Your Calendar: 

May 20 - 6:00pm Feastday/Nameday Vespers for our Church

***June 17 - The "Tender-Hearted Kardiotissa Crying Icon" coming to our Church!!!***

July 9-13 Vacation Church Camp

July 14-20 Project Mexico

Aug 1-7 Week 6 at MBC (sign up at www.mbcamp.org)

Watch and Listen to This Week's Sermon

The Joy of Palm Sunday
April 24, 2016


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James the Apostle and brother of St. John the Theologian
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Recent Sermons
April 24, 2016 -
In today’s Palm Sunday epistle reading, we hear St. Paul offer similar words - “Rejoice in the Lord always” - to the persecuted believers in Philippi, while he himself languished in a prison cell.


April 10, 2016 -
“O Faithless generation. How long shall I be with you? How long shall I bear with you?” Imagine hearing those words from Christ! What would we think if Jesus called us a “Faithless generation,” and if he threatened us with the words, “How long shall I put up with you?!?”


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