Saints Constantine & Helen Cathedral is a parish of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. The word “Greek” in the church’s name refers both to the ethnic heritage of its founders and to the cultural roots of its history and theology. The church is open to people of all nationalities. Its mission is “To lead people to God through Orthodox Christianity and to provide ways for them to live and share God’s love.”
Orthodox Christians see their church as the historic church, because it is the continuation of the church found in the New Testament. It holds the Bible to be the inspired word of God and interprets the Scriptures using the historical context that we call Tradition.
The church is located in Cleveland Heights, in close proximity to Case Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, University Hospitals and the Cleveland Clinic. The cultural center of Cleveland, University Circle, is a short drive down the street. Its members live mainly on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio and in the eastern suburbs.
We invite you to learn about our parish both through this website and by coming to see us. Our Sunday worship service, known as the Divine Liturgy, is celebrated every Sunday at 9:30 am. We look forward to meeting you!
Click on the links below to read past sermons.
Palm Sunday 2015
The Fifth Sunday of Lent
Blessed is the Kingdom
Sunday after the Cross
Veneration of the Holy Cross
2nd Sunday of Lent
The Final Judgment
The Publican and the Pharisee
Saints Peter and Paul
Slavery and Freedom
Blindness & Sight
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To become a part of our parish council or for other inquiries, please contact our Church office.