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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.

Monthly Bulletin
Monthly Message
November 01, 2017 -
Gratitude can be lived as a discipline. The discipline of gratitude is the explicit effort to acknowledge that all I am and have is given to me as a gift of love, a gift to be celebrated with joy.” What a profound idea to think of “gratitude” as a discipline, instead of simply as a fleeting emotion that depends on our circumstances.

 

Recent Sermons
October 29, 2017 -
Interruptions can be quite inconvenient and annoying, and yet, Jesus offers an important lesson on dealing with interruptions.

 

October 22, 2017 -
“What is your name and who are you?” Let us all admit that our names also may also be “legion,” but with God’s help, we all can discover the special name He gave each of us at our creation. And this holy name is written in the Book of Life, awaiting us to claim it!

 

Our Orthodox Faith
Our Faith

The Sacraments
One of the best-known prayers of the Orthodox Church speaks of the spirit of God being "present in all places and filling all things." This profound affirmation is basic to Orthodoxy's understanding of God and His relationship to the world. Learn more»

 

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