KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
April 24, 2019
By Natalie Cook Clark
Kingsland Baptist Church will host an event for the groundbreaking of their second location on April 28, 2019 at 12:45 pm on the property in front of the King Crossing subdivision. At the ceremony, the Katy community can celebrate the launch of the 28,000 square-foot campus in North Katy.
One Church, Multiple Locations
Kingsland’s vision of becoming one church in multiple locations was fulfilled when the North Katy campus launched in September of 2017. Currently, services are held at Stockdick Junior High every Sunday at 9:30 am.
Pastor Ryan Cook serves as pastor of the North Katy Campus and the congregation that will benefit the most from the new location.
"In a few short years, we have seen hundreds of new families move into the North Katy community, and more are coming every day," says Pastor Cook. "We know God has a heart to reach thousands of families with the good news of Jesus, and our new permanent home will be a pivotal addition to accomplish this goal."
New Campus Expected to Open Next Spring
Construction will take place at the 15-acre site on the southwest corner of Porter Road and Stockdick School Road. Like its Central campus on Kingsland Boulevard, the new campus will have areas for worship, infants, children and students. The North Katy campus is expected to open in Spring 2020. (Pictured: Pastor Ryan Cook)
High Priority on Home Life
“Kingsland places a high priority on healthy home life,” said Pastor Ryan Rush, senior pastor at Kingsland.
"Our vision is to reach 10,000 homes on the north side of Katy with the good news of Jesus Christ," says Pastor Rush. "The vision for launching a second campus was born out of Kingsland’s commitment to serving the Katy community."
"We are very excited about the new building and the opportunities we will have to reach out to the community around us," adds Leigh Ishee, an active member of the North Katy campus.
Kingsland’s Central Campus is located at 20555 Kingsland Blvd. Kingsland's North Katy Campus is currently worshipping at Stockdick Junior High. For more information, visit www.Kingsland.org.