Welcome to St. John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Church
St. John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Church serves Orthodox Christians in the Clear Lake area. It is located in Webster, Texas about half way between downtown Houston and Galveston. This area is home to the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, and the Clear Lake Recreational Area. Being the only Orthodox Christian parish in this area, St. John serves Orthodox Christians from a variety of nationalities and backgrounds. Learn More...
Daily Readings, Services & Events
Our annual Philoptochos Vasilopita Auction will be held on Sunday, January 26. We encourage everyone to stay after church and bid on the beautiful Vasilopites and cakes that will be available. Our past auctions have been very successful as we have had several beautiful Vasilopitas to auction off. We are hoping this year will be no different. We welcome any kind of pita - cake, bread, sweetbread, apple strudel etc. with a coin in it and wrapped nicely for presentation. Our auction can’t be successful without your help. Proceeds from the auction benefit the children of St. Basil Academy, and scholarships for our youth entering higher level learning.
Thank you in advance and we hope all of you will join us to have the best auction ever.
Sunday Church School
We invite all youth present from Pre-K to Senior High to join us in activities to help our youth grow in their Orthodox faith. We need substitute teachers who are willing to cover a class if needed. Please contact Mary Maxson if you can help.
Greek SchoolOur Children’s Greek school classes are on Saturdays beginning at 10am.
Adult classes are on Wednesday's at 7pm.
Our elementary age classes are taught by Mrs. Deena Metaxas with assistance from Mrs. Thalia Savvidis, and our teenage class is taught by Mr. Dimitri Tsiantopoulos. Our adult class is taught by Mr. Georgios Rigas.
Architectural Information Meetings
At the General Assembly last fall, the parish voted to authorize the first phase of an architectural planning study for development of our church property. Parish Council has received the report of phase 1 of this study. Information sessions for the parish will be held after the liturgies on Sunday, February 2 and Sunday, February 16. The architect’s report of phase 1 will be shared with the parish at these information sessions, and there will be an opportunity for questions. The study shows several possible scenarios for development of our property. At the Spring General Assembly in March, the parish will be asked to choose a scenario to pursue further.
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