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You and your family are always welcome to join us. When you visit, we invite you to fellowship after the Sunday morning service. Our services are easy to follow and are conducted in English. I encourage you to contact us directly by email: CLICK HERE or by phone at: 307.635.5929 to learn more about our church community, local outreach, and ministry.
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'The Orthodox Church is evangelical, but not Protestant. It is orthodox, but not Jewish. It is catholic, but not Roman. It isn't non-denominational, it is pre-denominational. It has believed, taught, preserved, defended and died for the Faith of the Apostles since the Day of Pentecost 2,000 years ago.'
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100th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
We are quickly approaching the 100th anniversary of our beloved parish, Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church. Our parish celebrated its first Divine Liturgy on October 22, 1922 and we invite you to celebrate, 100 years later, on October 22, 2022. Anyone and everyone are welcome. We look forward to being together and making the evening an unforgettable memory!
Please reserve your tickets by September 25th at this link: www.eventcreate.com/e/sch100 or by contacting Stephanie Lindholm (307-214-2832) or Nicole Turner (970-237-1267).
A Trisagion Films Lecture for Protestants & Catholics
On the occasion of the 500-year Anniversary of the Reformation, FR. PANAYIOTIS PAPAGEORGIOU, Ph.D., was invited to Lutherstadt-Wittenburg in Germany, Ground Zero of the Protestant Reformation to offer a paper on the relationship of the Reformers with the Orthodox Church in the 16th century at a Conference "Reformation Institute" organized under the auspices of Ambrose University of Calgary, Canada. In the 16th century, two efforts were made by the Lutheran Reformers to communicate their positions to the Patriarchs of Constantinople Joasaph II and Jeremias II. A series of letters were finally exchanged. This is a very interesting topic that is as important today as it was then. Fr. Panayiotis offers an overview of the events leading to the exchange of letters and commends on the responses of Patriarch Jeremias. He also addresses the Calvinist Patriarch Cyril Lucaris. Fr. Panayiotis presented his paper on Monday, May 8, 2017 at Lutherstadt-Wittenburg in Germany to a group of Protestants.
OUR MISSION: “Our mission is to be a Christ-centered community growing toward salvation.”
WAYS TO GIVE
The parish of Saints Constantine & Helen Orthodox Christian Church of Cheyenne is a faithful community of believers with a vision! We respond to the spiritual needs of the Orthodox Christian faithful through our local ministry initiatives, providing programs and services to both parishioners, as well as those in the greater Cheyenne community and beyond. We invite you to prayerfully consider sharing the resources given to you by God in support of our strategic plan, with a safe & secure donation to support our parish home.
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