A groundbreaking ceremony was held on June 20 for our new West Campus at 4700 FM 1463, Fulshear. 
The approximately 11-acre property will house a roughly 12,000 square-foot building that will include a worship space for 300 people, as well as Sunday School classrooms. Construction is expected to be completed in February 2021.

Please join us on Saturday, October 17 at 5 p.m. at the West Campus building site for our Sign the Slab event!

We'll have a brief time worshiping together and then an extended time of prayer over the building. You will be handed a marker to go around the building and write different prayers or Bible verses on the foundation, frame, and other exposed surfaces. We hope to cover the building in prayer, claiming and naming how we believe God is at work in our community.

This is a moment for us to slow down and look past the building, helping us to focus on the future of God's plan for us in this community and expand our vision of what it will look like to reach more people. We will pray for our Student and Children's Ministries. And, we will claim the Welcome Area as a place where people would experience the community's love and acceptance.

Spend time praying about how God will use this building and search for Bible verses that you want to write on the slab, and we'll see you there!


Ground has been broken on a satellite campus in the city of Fulshear, 20 minutes southwest of our Katy location, in a rapidly developing neighborhood. At St. Peter’s UMC in Katy, we have experienced successful growth while serving our community in Katy for over 30 years. For the West Campus inFulshear, our senior pastor, Dr. Pat Sparks, made a request of Ziegler Cooper Architects ( to replicate, but update, the “Healthy DNA” of the St. Peter’s Kingsland campus. 


We encourage you to download the Master Plan below to view the planning goals and the forethought of the design team. 



Phase 1 of St. Peter’s West Campus in Fulshear is currently in construction and will feature a multi-purpose worship space for 488 people and nine classrooms. The structure is designed to expand its worship capacity as the church family grows. When the final church sanctuary is built to serve 1,500 people, the Phase 1 building will be converted to a full Fellowship Hall for 900, complete with stage, operable partitions, and a commercial kitchen. The building’s eventual proximity to the sanctuary and its open walls to the “Main Street” (the campus’ 40-foot-wide central organizing corridor) will make it the center of activity for all ministries. The plans are to start worshiping at the new campus in early 2021.


With the site selected and a predetermined intersection entrance to respect, the team was determined to create an environment that would easily orient visitors to a welcoming campus. ZCA divided the site between parking and a well-organized collection of program areas all under one roof, sequencing through the master plan the order in which the campus would adapt and fully expand to capacity. St. Peter’s master planning committee quickly adopted the theme “a building that grows.”