Welcome to the website of St. George Orthodox Christian Church! We want to extend a warm invitation to visit us and join us in worship. We are happy to give church tours and look forward to meeting you in person!
The Orthodox Church originated as the community of faith founded by Jesus Christ and the Apostles in the Holy Land and the Middle East. It is the second largest Christian confession in the world today, made up of a family of churches including "Greek Orthodox,” “Russian Orthodox,” “Antiochian Orthodox,” and many others. Orthodoxy is the other half of Christianity, until recent centuries found primarily in the East, and shares a different history than that which gave rise to the Roman Catholic-Protestant traditions in the West. The Orthodox Church is...
ONE - United in faith and practice throughout the world today and throughout 2,000 years of history.
HOLY - Sanctified by her head, Jesus Christ, calling all to share in His transformative grace and healing faith.
CATHOLIC - The fullness of the faith "which was once for all delivered to the saints."
and APOSTOLIC - In direct and unique continuity with the early Church, possessing apostolic succession and having preserved the apostolic faith unchanged.
Saturdays–Vespers at 5:00 pm.
Sundays–Orthros at 8:45 am / Divine Liturgy at 10:00 am.
Please see the Monthly Calendar on our Service Schedule page for weekday service times and a description of our different worship services.
- Last Supper Liturgy 9:00 amPassion Gospels 7:00 pm
- Holy Friday Royal Hours 9:00 amUnnailing Vespers 3:30 pm
Lamentations 7:00 pm
- Baptisms & Chrismations 9:00 am
Holy Saturday Liturgy 10:00 amPascha services beginning at 10:30 pm
Feast to follow
- PASCHANO morning servicesAgape Vespers 3:00 pm
Egg hunt and potluck to follow
- Greatmartyr GeorgeLiturgy 9:00 amVespers 5:00 pm
- Vespers 5:00 pm
- 4:45 9th Hour
- 8:45 Orthros
- Ss. Cyril and Methodius4:45 9th Hour
- 8:45 Orthros
A two-minute video introducing the Orthodox Church.
A four-minute video exploring some common misconceptions about the Orthodox Church, presented by Father Andrew Damick.
An eight minute Q & A with our Bishop Basil during a recent pastoral visit to Houston, Texas.