Domestic Missions – Regional Congregation Support


The Katy congregation is blessed with scores of men able to preach and teach sound doctrine. In the Katy area and west there are a number of smaller congregations who have a need for men to substitute preach or teach when their primary preacher is ill or out of town. Our reach in this service extends from the west Houston area to Columbus. Over the last few years, many men from Katy have worked in this service and we have provided preachers to many congregations.

Sometimes our help is just with the morning worship service, sometimes it includes the morning Bible study and sometimes it includes both the morning and evening worship service.

If your congregation is in need of a substitute preacher for a Sunday, please contact the Katy office and we will find a capable man to help.

Foreign Missions


For many years, the Katy church has made a commitment to evangelism in Mexico through the support of National Missionaries, a School of Preaching, and prayer. As a member of the Katy church, you are provided regular opportunities to provide financial assistance for much of this work through our quarterly “Double and More” special contributions. We continue to be encouraged by your generosity and commitment to providing this support which funds the benevolent and evangelistic opportunities there. Over the years, hundreds of our good neighbors to the South have been brought to Christ through this good work. Yes, YOU are involved in a very profitable form of “missions work”. Thank you.

While this work is closely overseen by the Elders, the day to day work is carried out by the Mexico Missions Committee. This committee is made up of around 10 men and meets approximately twice each month to address a continual stream of issues, communications, and opportunities that one might expect when working remotely with a dozen men and the congregations they serve. There is always the need for the involvement of others for such tasks as translating documents and conversations in addition to creating congregational communications. Please keep this work and our Mexican brothers and sisters continually in your prayers.