Since our consecration in 1895, we have relied on the love-inspired donations of friends and members to keep our doors open, our candles burning, and our prayers flowing.
From the generous donations of Saint Czar Nicholas II upon our founding, to the monthly contributions of our devoted parishioners, our continued existence is a testament to God's mercy and goodwill to the Galveston community, and the movement of His grace through His people.
All donations are designated to the parish's General Fund, unless you specify otherwise during checkout. Donations made in memoriam or in honorarium may also be noted upon checkout.
If you are trying to designate your donation to the Building Fund instead of the General Fund, click here. Otherwise, if you wish to designate your donation for a specific project (see the Ongoing Projects tab), you must specify this during checkout.
If you prefer to donate by check, please mail your donation to:
Ss. Constantine & Helen Orthodox Church P.O. Box 3280 Galveston, TX 77552
All donations made by check are designated to the parish's General Fund, unless you specify otherwise in the check's memo line. Donations made in memoriam or in honorarium may also be noted in the memo line.
If you wish for your donation to used for the Building Fund or for a specific project (see Ongoing Projects), you must specify this on the check's memo line.
Besides paying for ongoing operational expenses, the parish also need donations to fulfill pressing functional and liturgical needs, including:
Deep Cleaning Service in the Nave — Est. $1,000 cost.
Painting & Caulking of Outside Windows — Est. $1,800 cost.
New Bishop's Throne — Est. $2,000 cost.
Funding of Educational Programs — Est. $2,400 cost.
Removal of Old Tiles from Nave Ceiling — Est. $8,500 cost.
Complete Black Perimeter Fencing — Est. $10,000 cost.
If you wish for your donation to used for one of the above projects, you must specify so during checkout.
SAINTS CONSTANTINE & HELEN SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH 4109 Avenue L, Galveston, TX 77550 (409) 373-1895