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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

Jaime Ross, Secretary
schofficesecretary@verizon.net

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
June 30, 2017 -
“There are two Ways, one of Life and one of Death, and there is a great difference between the two Ways.”

 

Recent Sermons
July 17, 2017 -
This idea of God’s superheroes, the saints, are what I want to focus on today. I’m going to use, however, the beautiful new 10-foot icon we just hung on the wall of our Church

 

July 09, 2017 -
Over the past decades the medical world has helped us understand addictions as an illness or disease that must be treated, rather than a moral failure that must be judged. Just as one wouldn’t condemn a person with diabetes, or cancer, or some other physical illness, the medical field has studied and researched substance use disorder, concluding that addictions affect and even change the brain chemistry and body make-up of an individual, and thus, need to be understood and treated in a holistic way.

 

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