1. A.) Anyone wishing to come to church and is not able to drive,
Please call to make arrangements to have someone pick you up.
B.) If you, or someone from the parish, is in the hospital, for any reason, Please call Fr.
C.) Anyone wishing to come to church, at any time, to light a candle or for prayer,
Call with the time and day to open the doors. The church is available to everyone.
2. Communion: Only baptized/chrismated Orthodox Christians who have prepared through
Prayer, fasting, alms giving, and recent Confession may receive Communion. If you would like
To become Orthodox, please see Fr.
3. Holy Bread (Antidoron): After Communion, those who have received the Body & Blood of Christ
should consume a piece of bread to cleanse the mouth of the holy gifts. As the
Bread is blessed, it should be handled with great care and not be broken or passed around by,
Or among the laity. Everyone is welcome to come forward at the end of Liturgy to reverence the Cross,
and receive a piece of the holy bread. Most importantly, NO part of the bread, or crumbs, should fall on the ground.
4. Your 2018 Parish Council:
Member: Diane James; 318-537-4525
From the Parish Council President…
The Parish is in need of: compartment plates, napkins, small coffee cups, paper towels, bowls,
big and small drinking cups, plastic utensils, toilet tissue, coffee, creamer, sugar,
salt, pepper, bathroom cleaning supplies, liquid soap for bathrooms, windex.
Lysol spray and wipes, Cascade for dishwasher and Murphy’s oil for cleaning pews and
anything else someone thinks we need. Also, If anyone has a large coffee pot
they would like donate, the parish could use one. Thanks for your generosity.
5. Tithing, giving 10% of one’s income is God-pleasing,
As are all gifts offered by pious and cheerful givers with humble hearts.
Also, a new card must be on file each year for members to be in “good standing”.
Stewardship Cards are available in the Narthex.
6. On Agape Sundays, Everyone is asked to bring their favorite dish to share, as well as;
“tidy up” after the Luncheon.
For those who are assigned, “Refreshments” on Sundays, we ask to “tidy up” after coffee.
PLEASE remember to:
Throw away any remaining coffee grinds in the coffee maker;
Throw away any remaining coffee in the pots;
Un-plug the coffee maker.
Throw away any lingering trash.
Wipe down any dirty surfaces on counters and tables.
Wash all utensils/pots/pans used and return them to their proper place.
Take any remaining trash out.
Turn off all lights, A/C or heating units.
And finally, make sure the building is locked.
THIS MEANS YOU SHOULD BE THE LAST ONES TO LEAVE THE HALL.
THANK YOU for your understanding.
7. Please remember Sts. Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church
when making or changing your will. You have supported the Church all these years,
you can also support it in perpetuity.
8. In event you would like to make a donation in “Memory of” (Memorial); or
the “Health of” (Celebrants); please make your check payable to Sts. Constantine & Helen;
and memo accordingly. Thank you.
9. Our 2018 Calendars are in. Donations are being accepted.
Please see any Parish Council member to donate.
10. Check out the Church’s activities on our website, www.constantine-helen.org; or, follow
your monthly “paper bulletin”; or, your daily “e-mails”; or, “Like” us on our Facebook page.
11. If anyone would like to add; correct; or even remove a name(s) for the
Memorial; Prayer; or Celebrant List(s), PLEASE contact Andrianos Antis at
12. If anyone would like to be added, or removed, from the church’s
e-bulletin mailing list, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please continue to pray for:
Crissie Bains and Family
Father David Buss
Avery Davis and Family
Mrs. Nellie Hall and Family
Victoria Pavlou Laird & Family
Justin Perkins and Family
Caliope Poulos and Family
The Tennyson Family
Mrs. Carol Webster
20-Alfred Laird Jr.-Birthday
Sts. Constantine & Helen
Greek Orthodox Church