A LEGACY OF PRAYER & WORSHIP
For over 25 years, Katy pastors have not let denominational and cultural differences keep them from gathering together every week to pray for one another, each other's churches, and the community.
Similarly, the Body of Christ in Katy have been gathering for National Day of Prayer to pray for our nation and our city. In 2011, we combined the National Day of Prayer gathering with another prayer and worship gathering called Fire on the Altar. This kicked off a tradition of 50 hours of non-stop prayer with worship lead by different churches in the community. Thus National Day of Prayer became, National Day of Prayer Ignites Fire on the Altar. Global Day of Prayer is included in our city-wide mandate, and these traditions continue on today.