Katy Community Fellowship Groundbreaking for New Prayer Park set for Sunday, September 6

If you want to see an historic event unfold before your very eyes in Katy, then attend Katy Community Fellowship’s service on Sunday, September 6 at 10:00 a.m.

“After service on Sunday morning, we are going to hold our groundbreaking for the new prayer park around 11:15 a.m.,” said Senior Pastor Tim Barker of Katy Community Fellowship. 

“Our services are open to everyone, and if you cannot make the service and still want to be part of the groundbreaking, then try to make it before 11:15 a.m. Please remember we are still in ‘Covid Careful’ protocol, so be aware that we are requiring facemasks and social distancing for our worship service,” he added.

“Two days later, on Tuesday, September 8, at around 10:30 or 11:00, we will be installing the 45-foot cross that will rest at the entrance of the planned 2 ½ acre prayer park. Anyone is welcomed to watch the installation process of the cross that John King at JK Welding has created for us,” said Pastor Barker.

I first found out about the cross that was being built for Katy Community Fellowship that I wrote about two weeks ago when John King called me. “It’s history in the making,” John told me. “Never before has a cross been created like this in Katy. There are many crosses out there, but very few are designed in such a way that you can walk through it,” he continued.

John King and JK Welding are legends in the welding industry, from saving the storied Battleship Texas from sinking, to creating the largest wind chimes in the United States, and of course, the soon to be erected cross at Katy Community Fellowship.

“But our biggest passion is Christ. I am a Christian, and so are my employees. This means so much for my company and I, as Christ is near and dear to us. This brings honor and glory to our Lord and Savior, and I was humbled to be chosen by Katy Community Fellowship for this project.

If you want to be part of this historic event in Katy, please attend services at Katy Community Fellowship, 24102 Kingsland Blvd, this Sunday at 10:00. After that, watch history unfold!

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Joseph Menslage is the Publisher of Katy Christian Magazine and Fort Bend Christian Magazine. Contact him at joseph@houstonchristianmagazine.com.