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St.Justin Martyr Catholic Community is a traditional Roman Catholic parish that brings together a variety of cultural backgrounds. It strengthens the individual faith as well as serves the growth of the community. The parish organizes various festivals to engage with the people like the Fall Festival, a Country Family Affair, etc. It also provides a firm grounding in religious education and has various groups to cater to the wide following that it receives. The church is greatly dominated by the Vietnamese Catholics and opens the door to spiritual growth to all its members.
Masjid Muhammadi was one of the first mosques in Houston and was built in 1980 by Sister Saeeda Khan to cater to the fast-growing Muslim population of the city. It is a mosque of the Sunni denomination. The mosque imparts religious education through an after-school and weekend Islamic classes. It also holds daily Quran recitals and offers daily Iftar during Ramzaan. The mosque has a group of qualified teachers to help the children learn the various duas and surahs of the Quran.
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Shri Radha Krishna Temple is a Hindu place of worship dedicated to Krishna, Radha and the Ram family. The temple is a quiet place and hosts four artis everyday. It also performs other religious services like Puja's, marriages, Namkarans (naming ceremony) etc. The temple works largely on donations and hosts special prayers on various Hindu festivals. The temple is only open during arti times and for a few hours for darshan. Please check the website for detailed timings.
The Notre Dame Catholic Church is committed to forming a large membership of disciples and facilitating their spiritual and cultural growth. The church was established in 1969 and takes pride in being a muti-cultural parish with a following of Catholic Christians of Hispanic, Asian, African, Indian and European descents. The parish takes its name from the Patron Saint of Noter Dame Cathedral in Paris. It provides Christian education and interacts with its community through various groups and programs. The classes are provided in English as well as Spanish to cater to it's multi-cultural disciples.
Wilcrest Baptist Church was foundeed in 1970 and is known for its racially diverse following. The church has an active membership of around 500 and boasts of having members of 47 nationalities. The church conducts various events to keep in touch with the local community. It not only organizes religious events such as Bible studies, but also hosts social events like a Summer event for the youth, a bridge night, where people of all ages are brought together etc. It also has various local and international missions and its members are proactive in helping out the community.
Congregation Or Ami was established in 2001 and was a result of the merging of two of Houston's conservative synagogues, congregations Beth Am and Or Hadash. The synagogue provides a very small and intimate setting allowing you to worship without being disturbed. The Shabbat practices of this synagogue are highly praised as it celebrates Shabbat with a respect for the diversity of practice and helps its members to understand and appreciate the traditional Shabbat customs. It also highlights people's weekly lives and provides warmth and support.
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Christ the Servant Lutheran Church is a simple congregation dedicated to strengthening the faith of the attached community. The church holds worships ever Sunday and has various ministries that look after the need of each individual and help them connect to God better. It also has a homeless ministry that helps and feed the homeless. The parish has a nursery to aid those with infants. The parish is on the constant look out for those who are still un-churched and aims to bring them under the realm of faith.
St. John Vianney Church was founded in 1966. This parish began with a small membership of 300 families and over the years grew immensely and now is the home church to more than 6000 families. The present structure was built in 2002. Apart form carrying out the usual religious services of masses, weddings, confessions, funerals etc, the church also actively takes part in bringing the community together through various events and involves itself in various social missions. No matter who you are, you will find yourself a ministry here that you can be a part of and that would cater to your needs.
Westchase United Methodist Church organizes a number of events to get some strong followers from the nearby area. It houses four ministries of different racial dissents namely the Spanish, Ethiopian, Chinese and Vietnamese. The church's aim is to bring various people of different kind together under God's roof. It also facilitates a cultural exchange as it brings together people of various nationalities. It also promotes a strong family unit by having occasional family nights out.
St. Cyril of Alexandria Catholic Church is located on Westheimer Road, in Westchase, Houston. Dedicated to St. Cyril, the Confessor and Doctor of the Church, this place of worship invites believers from a wide demographic, regardless of their ethnicity, the cultures they belong to or the languages they speak. Along with regular worship service in English, the Catholic church also conducts service in Spanish. For worship timings and the rest of church schedule, visit their website.