Sunday School

The Saints Constantine and Helen Sunday School Program is for students ages 3-18. We have four classes which meet every Sunday from September through June. Our Sunday School program begins with the Divine Liturgy at 9:30am. Following the Gospel Reading Fr. Luke will offer a sermon specifically directed towards the children and youth. Following the Sermon, the children (ages 3-12) go to their classes until the time of Holy Communion. The youth (ages 13-18) will go to their class after Holy Communion.

Sunday School Teachers:

First Class (ages 3-6): Pauline Mueller, Kristina Mironidis, Evis Jordanoglou

Second Class (ages 7-11) Seminarian Nick Mueller, Jaime and Garry Ross

Third Class (ages 10-12): Presbytera Faith Veronis and Sophia Foisy

Fourth Class (ages 13-18): Anesti Jordanoglou and Ron Burkhard

 

Monthly Bulletin
Monthly Message
September 28, 2017 -
The miraculous Hawaiian Holy Theotokos of Iveron icon will be visiting our Church Monday, October 16th at 6:00pm. All are welcome to receive God's special blessing through this wonderworking icon.

 

Recent Sermons
September 10, 2017 -
Are the end times coming? We are living through unprecedented hurricanes with Harvey and Irma. We witness a massive 8.1 earthquake in Mexico. Raging wildfires in Oregon and the Northeast are threatening. Ongoing wars in Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, and Iraq, as well as many other places around the world. The unthinkable threat of nuclear disaster, especially now with North Korea. Are the end times coming?

 

September 03, 2017 -
I begin my sermon today with this introduction about how all of creation is affected by the fallen world we live in, because this past week we witnessed what the National Weather Service called an “unprecedented and beyond anything experienced” natural disaster with Hurricane Harvey. Imagine, more than 52 inches of rain falling in such a short span of time, a record for the continental United States.

 

Our Orthodox Faith
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History
The Church has her origin with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, not with a human teacher, or group, nor a code of conduct or religious philosophy. Learn more»

 

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