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 
WORSHIP, FELLOWSHIP, EDUCATION/SPIRITUAL GROWTH, 
WITNESS, and SERVICE.  

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!


Schedule

Sunday Matins 8:30 am; 
SUNDAY DIVINE LITURGY 9:30 am
Saturday Vespers: 


Bible Study Groups - Wednesdays 10:00-11:15am; Saturday 7am-8:15am

Alcoholics Anonymous - Sundays 7:00pm

Narcotics Anonymous - Mondays 8:30pm

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Feb 27 - CLEAN MONDAY; Beginning of Great Lent; 6:30pm Great Compine Service

March 1 - 6:00pm Pre-Sanctified Liturgy and Pot-Luck Lenten Dinner

March 3 - 6:30pm 1st Salutations Service to the Virgin Mary

March 4 - 7:30am-5:00pm Parish Council Retreat in NH

March 5 - Sunday of Orthodoxy

March 6 - 6:30pm Great Compline Service

March 8 - 6:00pm Pre-Sanctified Liturgy and Pot-Luck Dinner

March 10 - 6:30pm 2nd Salutations Service to the Virgin Mary

March 11 - 9:30am-12:30pm Lenten Retreat with Dr. Aritstotle Papanikolau on "Why Become Orthodox?"

March 13 - 6:30pm Great Compline Service

March 15 - 6:00pm Pre-Sanctified Liturgy and Pot Luck Dinner with Speaker Dr. Philip Mamalakis on "Orthodox Parenting"

March 17 - 6:30pm 3rd Salutations Service to the Virgin Mary

March 22 - 6:00pm Pre-Sanctified Liturgy and Pot-Luck Dinner with Fr. Ephraim Peters on "Living the Spiritual Life in a Secular World"

March 23 - 7:30pm Young Adult (ages 18-30) Gathering

March 24 - 6:30pm 4th Salutations Service to the Virign Mary

March 25 - 9:30am Divine Liturgy for the Feast of the Annunciation

March 29 - 6:00pm Pre-Sanctified Liturgy and Pot-Luck Dinner with Fr. Dimitri Moraitis on "Miracles"

March 31 - 6:30pm Akathist Hymn to the Virgin Mary

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Forgiveness and the Beginning of Lent
February 26, 2017

 

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Monthly Message
February 26, 2017 -
Great Lent has begun and the Church challenges us to change our pace of life, and even alter its direction, by focusing on what is essential and eternal instead of what is urgent and too often superficial, to do whatever we can to look at where we are going, and try to reorient our lives more towards our Creator.

 

Recent Sermons
February 26, 2017 -
Love, mercy and forgiveness. We must open up our hearts to receive these virtues and cultivate their spirit within our lives. As a reminder of this necessity, the Church has established the Sunday before Great Lent begins as the Sunday of Forgiveness. The Church is basically saying to us, “We cannot begin our journey towards Easter, the greatest celebration in the year, if we do not have forgiveness in our hearts.

 

February 18, 2017 -
At no matter what age of life we die, we always see death as a distortion of our existence. Death portrays a horrible tragedy because it is the fruit of evil in the world. We were not created to die.

 

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