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

 

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Monthly Bulletin
Monthly Message
January 01, 2019 -
A meaningful life is ultimately more fulfilling than a happy life. In fact, “chasing happiness [or success] often makes people more unhappy.” How do we make life more meaningful? Well, here are her four pillars.

 

Recent Sermons
December 30, 2018 -
A meaningful life is ultimately more fulfilling than a happy life. In fact, “chasing happiness [or success] often makes people more unhappy.” So, life shouldn’t be about seeking out happiness, Instead, when we strive to make life meaningful, in the end, we may discover happiness! Here are her four pillars to a meaningful life: Belonging, Purpose, Transcendence, Story Telling.

 

December 16, 2018 -
Can you imagine being chosen, being invited, being treated like a VIP in the Kingdom of God? Breaking bread with our Lord Jesus Christ, at a table with all the saints, and having the angelic powers all around us singing praises to God? That would be quite an honor and experience!!!

 

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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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