Whether you are a life-long member of the Orthodox Church or simply curious, you will find a warm welcome at any of our services!

We usually serve the Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 10am, preceded by the 3rd and 6th hours at 9.30. Additionally, there is a Paraklesis service on the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm. Please see the Calendar (on the right or below) for a full list of upcoming services.

On occasion we offer prayers of thanksgiving or intercession for a variety of events and circumstances in the lives of our parishioners at the conclusion of the Divine Liturgy. These can be arranged with the Clergy.

The sacrament of Confession is available to individuals on request, and can be arranged with either Father Michael or Father Æthelwine.

Our services are usually held in the chapel of York St John University. You can find us using the map the right, or by viewing a map of the university campus.

BUT, from May 27th…

St. Constantine’s on the move!

Throughout the summer our usual home, the chapel at York St John, will close for renovation. The Orthodox Community of St Constantine will not close! We shall continue to meet for the Divine Liturgy Sunday by Sunday in two different places in York. Arrangements for our services are as follows:

May 27th – June 24th

Where:    St Cuthbert’s Church, Peasholme Green, York (see map).

When:    Sundays at 10am

Parking options:

  • We can continue to use the car park at Park Grove School – 12 mins walk away (see map).
  • Morrison’s car park on Foss Island Road – closer and also free, but strictly limited to 2 hrs maximum.
  • Use York’s Park and Ride service. Several routes will bring you close to St Cuthbert’s. You can find details of the routes at

July 1st – August 18th

Where:    Quad South Hall on the YSJ campus. This is the former college chapel on Lord Mayor’s Walk (see map).

When:    Sundays at 10am

Parking options:

  • The car park at Park Grove School – 8 mins walk away (see map).
  • If you arrive early there may be space in the campus car park.

We are very grateful to the people of St. Michael-le-Belfrey Church for kindly allowing us to use St Cuthbert’s Church, and to the University authorities for finding us alternative accommodation.