Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church
Cheyenne, WY
Metropolis of Denver
Cheyenne, WY

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The Priest's Message

As Christ commands, so shall we live. To love our God and our neighbor, these are the core principles of our Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Christian parish community, and we extend to you our love and prayers, and welcome you. From generation to generation, the Holy Orthodox Christian Faith has preserved and upheld the fullness of the Christian Faith and her teachings as it has been passed down, unblemished and unchanged, directly to us from Christ Himself, through the blessed Twelve Apostles, the Saints and Martyrs, and faithful throughout the ages. We hope and pray that your journey of faith continues and opens this door to the Holy Orthodox Church. Thank you for visiting the website of our parish home, may this online experience assist you as you learn more about our historic parish and Orthodox Christianity.

You and your family are always welcome to join us. When you visit, we invite you to fellowship after the Sunday morning service. I encourage you to contact me directly by email: CLICK HERE or by phone at: 307.635.5929 to learn more about our church community, local outreach, and ministry.

As we are currently separated from one another, we invite you to watch a short video and look forward to the day that we are again re-united, until that day, let us pray fervently to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for all His creation throughout the world!



Upcoming Services & Events

Monday, March 2
Friday, March 27
Sunday, March 29
8:30 amOrthros
9:30 amDivine Liturgy
Monday, March 30
Friday, April 3
Sunday, April 5
8:30 amOrthros
 View Our Full Parish Calendar »

Beginning March 17, the Churches will continue to perform the appointed services, however the Faithful should pray from their homes and participate in these services through Internet broadcasts and multimedia. Clergy will continue to make visitations for those in dire need of sacramental and pastoral care.

Commenting on these measures, Archbishop Elpidophoros said:

“As Christians, we must take responsibility for the well being of others. We can be united in the spirit even as we are apart in the body. In fact, protecting the health of those around us is a powerful witness to our faith, that we place the good of others above our own. With our faith in God, we can overcome these present difficulties, using the rational, scientific knowledge that we possess through our God-given intelligence."

“As your shepherd, I will be ever-vigilant for the welfare of our Archdiocese, praying in the Chapel of Saint Paul every day for all of you, for our Nation, and for the world. Above all, I will offer the Holy and Divine Liturgy for the life of each and every one of you. May the Lord keep us all in health and safety until these challenges have passed.”


Our Faith

'Orthodoxy is the Church of Christ on earth. The Church of Christ is not an institution; it is a new life with Christ and in Christ, guided by the Holy Spirit. Christ, the Son of God, came to earth, was made man, uniting His divine life with that of humanity. This divine-human life He gives to His brethren, who believe on His name. Although He died and rose again and ascended into heaven, He was not separated from His humanity, but remains in it. The light of the resurrection of Christ lights the Church, and the joy of resurrection, of the triumph over death, fills it. The risen Lord lives with us and our life in the Church is a mysterious life in Christ.'


Sergius Bulgakov, The Orthodox Church 


  Photo credit: Aida Fino


'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.'

Begin your journey into the fullness of Christ's Holy Orthodox Christian Church today!

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Ways to Give:‚Äč

The parish of Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox 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.

Your support directly helps us further this vital ministry work!

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