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Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church
PO Box 713
37 Lake Parkway
Webster, MA 01570

Church: 508-943-8361
Church Fax: 508-943-8361

Fr. Luke A. Veronis, Presiding Priest
frlukeveronis@gmail.com  
Mobile: 774-230-6985

Mary Seferi, Secretary
schofficesecretary@gmail.com

DIRECTIONS:

From Massachusetts Turnpike: Take Exit 10, go on 395 South to Exit 1. Off Exit ramp go straight through light onto Lake Parkway. Church is at 35 Lake Parkway.

From Southeast Connecticut:  Go on 395 North past Exit 100 into Massachusetts. Get off Exit 1 in Massachusetts. At bottom of ramp take a left to 1st light. At light take a left onto Lake Parkway. Church is at 35 Lake Parkway.

From Central Connecticut: Go 84 North into Massachusetts to the Mass Turnpike. Take Exit 10, go on 395 South to Exit 1. Off Exit ramp go straight through light onto Lake Parkway. Church is at 35 Lake Parkway.

Holy Land Pilgrimage 2019

Holy Land Journal 2019

Holy Land Meditation Book

Welcome to our Church

Learn about our parish and the Orthodox Church!

 

Monthly Bulletin
Monthly Message
February 26, 2019 -
What an incredible pilgrimage to the Holy Land! It was a time of deep spiritual renewal and a great opportunity to understand better the life of Jesus Christ and so much of what we read in the Bible.

 

Recent Sermons
March 17, 2019 -
The unequivocal truth of God is that God is Love. He loves all people unconditionally. God loves Christians AND Muslims. He loves believers AND atheists. God loves those who have grown up in this country AND He loves immigrants, whether legal or illegal. God loves even white supremacists, even though their actions are utterly against His ways. He longs for such lost, dark souls to find the light and turn away from the hell they are living in.

 

March 10, 2019 -
A man that does not learn to forgive, who hold on to the bitterness and resentment of his anger and hatred and pain, is like a man who swallows poison and hopes his enemies die from that poison. An unforgiving spirit imprisons and poisons our souls!

 

Our Orthodox Faith
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