Welcome to Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral
Here at our church you will find about 350 families who are some of the warmest and friendliest people around, all united by our mission: To lead people to God through Orthodox Christianity and to provide ways for them to live and share in God’s love.
We offer many opportunities for adults and children to worship, pray, learn, get involved, have fun, dance, and provide services and minister to those in need! Please look around our site, and if you would like more information, please feel free to call and talk to our Church office or our Priest at (216) 932-3300. Glory be to God for all things!
News and Updates
Lenten Resource Guide Available
Our Archdiocese has provided a dedicated website with a wealth of information about Great Lent. Please visit the site frequently for insights and teachings about this very important time of year. Visit goarch.org.
Click here to read “Journey to Pascha A Daily Guide Through Holy Week.”
Let the frying begin! Our fish fry starts on March 7th and continues each Friday through April 11th. Come support the Church, and then attend Salutations service at 7:30pm.
It is Camp Nazareth time again! Our children will be attending either the week of June 15-21st or June 22-28th, which is the designated Sts Constantine & Helen week. All JOY children are welcome and any family who is concerned about finances, please contact Fr Stephen or George Athanasiou confidentially to make arrangements.
Held at our Church the week of June 16-20th. Call Caryn Cherpas or George Athanasiou for more information.
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Holy Friday Flyer Registration Forms
Philoptochos is sponsoring a memorial on Mother’s Day to honor our mothers who have departed. Everyone is invited to submit the name of their beloved mother who is no longer with us. Father will be reading the names during the service. Philoptochos will provide the kollyva. If you would like to help Philoptochos with the cost of the kollyva a $5.00 donation would be appreciated. Please email Susan Trumbull at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of your loved one.
It is with great sadness that we have to inform you that Janet Chimples, mother of Eugenia (George) Hasiotis, Tina (Peter) Anzo, Dean (Kathleen) Chimples and Tom (Tracy) Chimples passed away on Monday, April 7, 2014.