• Project Mexico
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  • Holy Land Pilgrimage
  • Greek Festival


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 Great Vespers 6:00pm
Wednesday Bible Study 10:00am
Thursday Bible Study 6:30pm at home of Fr. Luke

Alcoholics Anonymous - Sundays 7:00pm

Alanon Meeting - Wednesday 5:30pm


May 1 - Bright Wednesday 10am Bible Study

May 3 - Bright Friday (Life-giving Font) 8:45 Matins; 9:30 Liturgy

May 4 - 12:30 Living Bread Luncheon

May 6 - 6:00pm Philoptochos Meeting

May 8 - 10am Bible Study

May 15 - 10am Bible Study; 6:30pm Paraclesis Service and Prayer Group

May 16 - 6:30pm Bible Study at home of Fr Luke

May 19 - 3 year memorial Stavro Pappas and Bertha Constantine

May 20 - 6:00pm Vespers for Feastday of Church with Archpastoral Visit from Metropolitan Methodios

May 21 - 8:45 Matins; 9:30 Divine Liturgy (Sts Constantine and Helen)

May 22 - 10am Bible Study

May 23 - 6:30pm Bible Study

May 27 - Fr Luke At Zion Cemetery for Memorials from 9am-12:00pm

May 29 - 10am Bible Study; 6:30pm Paraclesis and Prayer Group

May 30 - 6:30pm Bible Study

June 1 - 12:30 Living Bread Luncheon

June 2 - 11:15 General Assembly Meeting

June 5 - 9:00am Resurrection Matins; 9:30am Liturgy for Close of Paschal Season

June 6 - 9:30am Liturgy for the Ascension

June 8 - GYRO FEST; Red Cross Blood Drive

June 9 - Metropolis Ministry Awards Banquet

June 15 - 9:30am Saturday of the Souls


June 22 - 1:00 Church Golf Tournament in Putnam

June 24 - Beginning of the Apostles Fast; 9;30 Liturgy for St. John the Baptist

June 29 - 9:30am Liturgy of Sts. Peter and Paul

July 9-15 Project Mexico Trip

July 18-22 Vacation Church Camp

July 29-Aug 4 MBC (Metropolis of Boston) Summer Camp - sign up at www.mbcamp.org

Sept 7-8 Annual Greek Festival

Watch and Listen to This Week's Sermon

Do You Want To Be Healed?
May 19, 2019


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Holy Land Pilgrimage 2019

Holy Land Journal 2019

Holy Land Meditation Book

Monthly Message
May 01, 2019 -
Living in the joy of Christ’s victory over death is a central theme during this Paschal season, the 40 days between Jesus’ Resurrection and His Ascension into heaven. In fact, though, living in the joy of the Lord is fundamental to our Christian life each and every day, not only for 40 days.


Recent Sermons
May 19, 2019 -
We need to realize that whenever we turn to God for help, He is the Great Physician of our bodies and souls and minds. He is interested not simply in some type of physical healing, but in a complete healing that leads to a radically new life, a life that will lead into an eternal relationship with Him.


May 05, 2019 -
When one is dying, typically the final words of a dying person are among the most cherished. They often will give you a unique perspective into what the dying person values, and what he most wants to pass on as his/her legacy.


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