When you’re moving to a new city, you want to get settled in and form routines as quickly as possible to develop a sense of normalcy. If you are a religious person, that means you’ll want to find your worship sanctuary and community soon. There are many churches in Katy, as well as other holy places. Find a local community that shares your faith by exploring these different places of worship in Katy.
Temple Sinai is the only Reform Jewish Synagogue in West Houston. It serves west Harris County, Fort Bend County, and southern Waller County. The synagogue is over 30 years old, and its mid-sized congregation is known for being warm and welcoming. Interfaith families are welcome.
If you don’t mind a short drive, here are some more synagogues under 30 miles from Katy. There are 40 synagogues in the area.
Other Religious Places
Katy’s first Hindu temple, Sai Durga Shiv Venkateswara Temple, opened just a few years ago to accommodate the growing Indian population. The excellent school district in Katy and jobs in the Energy Corridor attract many Hindu families to the city.
There are no Buddhist temples in Katy, but there are some nearby. Options for Buddhists include:
Vien Thong Tu
17355 Groeschke Rd
Houston, TX 77084
Jade Buddah Temple
6969 Westbranch Dr
Houston, TX 77072
Vietnamese Buddhist Center
10002 Synott Road
Sugar Land, TX 77478
View more options for Buddhists here.
Jehovah’s Witnesses can practice at Kingdom Hall on 1821 Westborough Drive.
Additionally, there is also the St. Mary and Archangel Michael Coptic Orthodox Church on 7030 Lakeview Haven Drive. Try this list for more places of worship.
Moving to Katy
All in all, Katy is a welcoming city with a small-town feel. You shouldn’t have to search too hard to find places of worship to fit your needs.
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