Welcome to a Joyful July!

When July began, I took a deep breath and reflected on the year that we have had! We have made it to the halfway point thanks to your generosity and God’s guidance. God is Good, and he is continuing to lead us in a positive direction. As we head into the second half of the year, I want to highlight some of the incredible opportunities that KCM still has in front of us. In August, […]

Katy Christian Ministries Holding Capital Campaign for New Headquarters Building

By George Slaughter Katy Cristian Ministries (KCM) is holding a capital campaign to purchase a building that will become its headquarters. Deysi Crespo, KCM executive director, said it has outgrown its present headquarters at 5504 1st Street. She said KCM has found a building on Porter Road, close to Highway 99, that can help it meet people’s needs as the area grows and people face the uncertainty caused by the pandemic. Crespo said the building […]

KCM Reschedules its Golf Tournament to September 28

By George Slaughter Katy Christian Ministries has rescheduled its annual golf tournament to September 28, at Willow Fork Country Club, 21055 Westheimer Parkway. Proceeds from the tournament and accompanying silent auction raise money for Katy Christian Ministries activities. The fundraising goal is $100,000. This is the 21st year that Katy Christian Ministries has held a tournament. The tournament was postponed in response to the continuing coronavirus pandemic. The tournament was originally set for June 29. […]

Katy Christian Ministries Welcomes Donations and Volunteers as it Helps in Recovery Efforts

Food items remain among the most-needed donations at Katy Christian Ministries. (Kathy M. Slaughter photo)

By George Slaughter As people have seen, hurricanes are devastating. People are also seeing the generosity and persistency that Katy-area residents are showing in helping to rebuild after such disasters. One such example of this generosity of spirit is at Katy Christian Ministries. The ministry headquarters, at 5504 1st St., sustained up to two feet of water damage from Hurricane Harvey. It got off to a slow start, but it had help in quickly ramping […]