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Welcome to the Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church Website
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!
Great Lent is a time when we try to take back control over our lives. The Church challenges us to change our pace of life for 40 days, to slow down and focus on what is essential and eternal, to limit the control that other things have over us, and make space for God. This means making a conscious decision to reorient all that we do in a direction that leads to God.
Lent is a season when the Church challenges us to live up to our Christian faith. That which we profess with our mouths on Sunday, we are asked to live out in our lives throughout the week – within our families, among our friends and even strangers, in the workplace, during our hobbies and entertainment, everywhere. Of course, we’re supposed to live out our faith each and every day throughout our lives, but we all realize how hard that is to do. And sometimes we need a special reason, a little “push,” an added incentive, to get us back on track in our spiritual journey.
“The criminal in your community may be less guilty for his crime than you, his Christian neighbor. For you could have been a light to the evil doer, yet you were not, for the man remained beside you in darkness. Had you been the kind of example you ought to have been and allowed your light to shine on that lost man’s path, perhaps he might not have stumbled into his crime. If you had loved your neighbor as yourself and lavished upon him some of the care you generously lavish upon yourself, shared some of the warmth God has privileged you to possess, that criminal might have changed in time.”