They are like trees planted by streams of water, which yield their fruit in its season, and their leaves do not wither. In all that they do, they prosper. 

Psalm 1:3


Our History

For over 41 years, God has used St. Peter’s United Methodist Church to “Connect the World with God’s Love.” Our mission efforts have included local and overseas work in which we shared the gospel with many people around the world. Our ministries have historically been, and continues to be, focused on sharing God’s love. From the beginning, faithful members have dedicated themselves to doing what God has led St. Peter’s to do. The church has continued to grow and build facilities that enables us to welcome people of all ages to worship, learn, serve and fellowship. 


God spoke to Samuel and said, “See, I am about to do something in Israel that will make both ears of anyone who hears of it tingle.” It is exciting to see that God is doing something in Katy through St. Peter’s that will enable us to do an even better job of “Connecting the World with God’s Love.”

- Dr. Pat Sparks



As a part of this church family, you are invited to become involved in our capital campaign, Rooted in Christ.  Please pray how you might be generous to the church’s present and future through a three-year pledge that is above and beyond your normal giving.  This vision is here because of the heritage given to us.  Now it is our turn to give and continue our history of growing our faith and community.


Vision for a Second Campus

In 2013 God provided a vision for St. Peter’s to establish a second campus. Our West Campus began meeting in 2014 at Cinco Ranch High School. There was a time of growth, followed by a change in pastoral leadership for the West Campus. That change, along with the effects of Harvey, caused a need for a reset and refocus. Since that time, the West Campus has been growing in attendance and excitement. It was determined that the best way to encourage continued growth of our West Campus would be to build our first building on the FM1463 property we bought in 2016. Our future location on 1463 will one day include traditional worship, ECDC and the other programs and ministries that has made St. Peter’s what it is today. 


The cost of our first building, site preparation and parking will be $4.7 million. We will also invest $500,000 to enhance and renovate our Kingsland Campus. This work will include much needed maintenance, updating and remodeling.

Finally, there will be a balance on the purchase of the FM1463 land. This loan balance will be around $1.7 million. Therefore, the amount needed to take care of all of these items will be $6.9 million. Typically, churches will raise one and a half of their annual ministry budget. So, for us, that would be $4.5 million. When we approved this project, we set an amount of $3 million to launch.

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"St. Peter’s was once a young sapling. A small congregation in 1978 that saw the potential for meaningful ministry in Katy, Texas. Over 40 years later, this congregation has grown to be a staple in the Katy landscape; a constant source of grace, hope, and love to the community. Our congregation’s commitment to connect the world with God’s love has the opportunity to extend its reach even further west to Fulshear with this capital campaign. The name captures the initial pioneering spirit of St. Peter’s, Rooted in Christ. Christ calls us to plant roots in the present, with confidence that God has a mighty harvest planned for our future. I am so thankful St. Peter’s has an opportunity to grow in new ways by celebrating our past and stepping faithfully into our future."

- Rev. Jamison Doehring

We have learned that God continues to use us when we make ourselves available to him. Therefore, we trust the message Paul proclaimed in Ephesians 3:20-21, “Now to him who by the power at work within us is able to accomplish abundantly far more than all we can ask or imagine, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.”