The six dormitory rooms each accommodate 6 to 10 individuals and the two cottages accommodate another 10 individuals.

The maximum capacity of the facility is 58.

The main hall can seat up to 100 for meals and it has a library corner.

The kitchen has been totally remodeled and equipped with new ovens and cabinets.

Complete meal service can be provided by our staff for groups of 30 to 100 people.


The facility has a basketball court, baseball/soccer field and a sand volleyball court.

A small playground exists with slides and a jungle gym for younger children.

The Sts. Constantine and Helen Faith and Heritage Center property is conveniently located 17 miles East of South Haven, MI.


South Haven & Surroundings

The beautiful city of South Haven offers opportunities for shopping, antique hunting, restaurants and museums. South Haven is the home of the Michigan Maritime Museum and the self-proclaimed Blueberry Capital of the World.

The harbor city’s National Blueberry Festival – attracts thousands of visitors. South Haven is a major regional tourist draw because of its recreational harbor and beaches.

It is the western terminus of the Kal-Haven Trail, popular with bicyclists and snowmobilers. Nearby are Van Buren State Park and the Van Buren Trail State Park. Located on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Black River, South Haven Michigan has plenty of sparkling water and sandy beaches to go around.

The town offers a wide variety of activities year around, but summer time is when it really shines (literally). Beach fun, fishing, golfing, or shopping South Haven Michigan has it all, including a deep-water harbor.

Just 20 minutes East of Sts. Constantine and Helen Faith and Heritage Center is Bittersweet, a ski resort in southeastern Michigan near Kalamazoo that has 12 ski lifts servicing 20 trails on 100 acres of land.

Another attraction in the area is the Kal Haven Trail that runs 34 miles between Kalamazoo, Michigan and South Haven, Michigan along the former route of the Kalamazoo and South Haven Railroad.

The Kal-Haven Trail traverses wooded areas, farmland and small towns and is primarily used by bicyclists in the summer and by snowmobilers in the winter. The trail is fine gravel surfaced, and some parts are blacktopped.

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