St. Peter's United Methodist Church
United Methodist Church
20775 Kingsland Boulevard
Katy, TX 77450
St. Peter's United Methodist Church is a large church located in Katy, TX. Our church was founded in 1977 and is associated with the United Methodist Church (UMC).
What to Expect at St. Peter's United Methodist Church
St. Peter's United Methodist Church offers 5 weekend worship services and additional services at one of our alternative locations.
Dr. Pat Sparks, Senior Pastor
Rev. Kim Poer, Associate Pastor
Rev. Nathan Bledsoe, Associate Pastor
Rev. Kris Bagley, Associate Pastor
Rev. Scott Rawlings, Living Stones Pastor
Sunday Traditional Worship 8:30am
Sunday Traditional Worship 9:45am
Sunday Traditional Worship 11:00am
Sunday Contemporary Worship 9:45am
Sunday Contemporary Worship 11:00am
- Informal or casual attire most common
- Contemporary service and traditional service
- Printed worship bulletin
- Congregational readings
- Location: Harris County
- Parking: Private lot
- Wheelchair accessible: Yes
- Saturday evening service: No
- Multi-site church: Yes (2 campuses)
- Primary language used: English
Ministries and Programs
- Children's ministry
- Youth or teen ministry
- Weekly small groups
- Men/women's ministry
- Special needs
- Weekday preschool
- Community service
- Senior adult ministry
- Recovery group
Additional Info About Our Church
St. Peter's United Methodist church is a vibrant and growing faith community that welcomes many new guests each and every Sunday. We have ministries for children, youth, and adults of all ages. We have a membership of about 3,500. St. Peter's has become a cornerstone of faith for the Katy Christian community.
At St. Peter's our mission is to connect the world with God's love. We do this through ministries offered on our campus as well as by going out into our community and the world to connect people with God's love.
Through mission and outreach, we encourage each other to share God's love with others through care and prayer ministries and missions. Through sacrificial giving we encourage each other to change lives for the better.
God is the giver of life and the Creator of all things good. Every person is a special child of God. Because all persons are our brothers and sisters, we will work to bring them to the love of Christ, to bring about justice and equality, to be messengers of peace, and to bear each other's burdens.