Forty Holy Martyrs of Sebaste, Sugar Land Texas


Welcome to the website of The Forty Holy Martyrs of Sebaste Antiochian Church located in Sugar Land, Texas, and serving the communities of Missouri City, Stafford, Richmond and Rosenberg, Fort Bend County and Katy.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to spread the ancient and living Word of God in our community by putting the gospel into action and bearing witness in the world, making it accessible to all those seeking the True Faith. Our parish is dedicated to the maintenance of a true parish environment, welcoming, loving, nurturing, and healing. 


Our Vision

Our vision is to spread the True Word of God in our community by outreach and involvement.

More About Us

The Forty Holy Martyrs of Sebaste Church part of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, the American branch of the ancient Church of Antioch where, “the disciples were for the first time called Christians.” {Acts 11:26} Thus our Church was not organized a few hundred years ago but traces its history in an unbroken chain back to the Apostles themselves. Since its founding by the Apostles Peter and Paul, the Church of Antioch has preserved without change or alteration the teachings of Christ to His Disciples. Because we are the Church of the New Testament, we take the Bible very seriously. We believe that the Holy Scriptures are not merely human documents, but were divinely inspired and given to us by God to tell us the truth about God and our relationship with Him.

All are welcome! We hope our website will provide some answers to your questions and a glimpse into our deep, rich liturgical life. We hope you visit and find a spiritual home at our church.

The annual lenten retreat with speaker Cynthia Kostas has been postponed.

Weekly Services


8:45 am ORTHROS



Other Activities

Sundays after Liturgy in our church school classrooms. There are classes for each age group and also for teens.

Saturdays 5:30 pm
Monday- Friday by Appointment 

Please remember the kidnapped Hierarchs, Metropolitan Paul, and Archbishop Yohanna in Syria 

Latest News

    Saturday 6:00 PM - Vespers

    Sunday 8:45 PM - Orthros, 10:00 AM - Liturgy