Church Tours & Information
Our lovely church was built in the early 1950s, and is a mixture of Greek and Byzantine architecture. The proceeds from our Greek Food Festival help us to keep this place of worship and its grounds looking their best.
The church interior is divided into the nave (where the pews are located), and the sanctuary or altar. Only priests, deacons and altar boys can enter the sanctuary area, which represents Heaven.
An ornate wall of large portraits separates the sanctuary from the nave. Its official name is the Iconostasion, and the portraits are known as iconography. The icons are more than decorative – they signify the very presence of the individual who is depicted.
Today, Sts. Constantine and Helen is home to a close-knit but growing congregation. We recite the Lord’s Prayer in a half-dozen languages! We welcome all to worship with us and learn more about Greek Orthodoxy.
Information on this page courtesy of St. Nicholas and Idaho Architecture Project
Church Tour Schedule
Friday, June 3rd
1:00 PM and 7:00 PM
Saturday, June 4th
1:00 PM, 2:30PM and 7:00 PM
Saturday: 4:00 PM: Vesper Service in main church – All are invited to attend
Sundays in Main Church
Service of Orthros (Matins): 10:00am
Divine Liturgy (Family Worship) 10:30am
Sundays at 10:0am, in the Church office building
The Food Pantry
Contact Ft. Nektarios if your family is in need of food.
We try to keep the food pantry stocked at all times.