Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral

Local nameSts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral
LocationNew York City, USA

The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Sts. Constantine and Helen, more simply Sts. Constantine and Helen Cathedral is a Greek Orthodox cathedral church at 64 Schermerhorn Street in downtown Brooklyn, New York. It is best known for taking in parishioners from St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Manhattan, destroyed during the September 11 attacks.

Founded in 1913, it was the first Greek Orthodox parish on Long Island, and is one of the oldest Greek Orthodox churches in the City of New York. After meeting for several years in a small building at Johnson and Lawrence streets, the community raised funds to build a new structure, whose cornerstone was laid April 16, 1916.

Tags Greek OrthodoxPlace of WorshipChristian
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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sts._Constantine_and_Helen_Greek_Orthodox_Cathedral

Official Website http://stconstantinecathedral.org/

Phone +1-718-624-0595

Address 64 Schermerhorn Street, 11201, Brooklyn

Coordinates 40°41'26.149" N -73°59'28.357" E

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