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.

St. John the Theologian is a small inclusive parish with a range of programs. Programs include Sunday School for children and teenagers, youth program (GOYA), Greek language school for all ages, ladies' organization (Philoptochos), and men's organization (AHEPA). Annually the parish stages a Greek Festival.

Visitors are welcome at any of our services. You do not have to be Greek to find a home at St. John the Theologian. More than half of the parish is composed of non-Greeks. If you are interested in learning more about the Orthodox Christian Church you will find St. John an ideal place. A large portion of the parish is composed of converts who embraced Orthodoxy after learning about it through the parish.

Parish News

Daughters of Penelope - UPDATE

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

The district Governor, lieutenant governor and district Advisor plan to be at the parish home after coffee hour to initiate at least 8 ladies as the new Sisters for Delta District 16.

Items for Sale - Greek Festival

Saturday, August 15, 2015

We have items leftover from the festival that are at or below our cost.

Seeking Choir Director

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Our choir director has moved so we are actively searching for a new choir director. Please send an email to stjohnclearlake@comcast.net for further information.

Services Schedule

Saturday Vespers: 6:00pm

Sunday: Orthros at 9am with Divine Liturgy following

Weeknight Services (according to calendar): Vespers 5:30pm with Divine Liturgy following

Upcoming Events

2nd Sunday of Luke
Oct 4
Charitina the Martyr
Oct 5
The Holy and Glorious Apostle Thomas
Oct 6
Sergius & Bacchus the Great Martyrs of Syria
Oct 7
Pelagia the Righteous
Oct 8