Serving Families in the Midst of Coronavirus


Katy Christian Ministries (KCM) will continue fulfilling its mission while still being proactive in ways to protect the staff, volunteers and clients.

KCM has made the decision to implement a COVID-19 Response Plan focusing on program changes and client flow, that will take effect starting March 16th – April 6th, 2020. For the safety of our community, KCM will operate under the following revised program changes. These program changes are subject for reevaluation as needed.

Social Services

Case Managers will conduct assessments and interviews, financial coaching, follow-ups and food pantry intakes by telephone only. To schedule for a phone interview with a case manager, call 281-391-9623, Monday to Thursday 9 am-Noon; 1 pm-5 pm. No walk-ins.

Food Pantry

Pre-made grocery bags will be given to clients using a Car Hop Service (volunteers will load groceries into vehicles). Clients will be assisted Monday to Thursday 9 am-Noon; 1 pm-5 pm on a first come, first served basis depending on available resources. For questions, call 281-391-3730. Clients will not go inside the food pantry.

Crisis Center

Client advocates and counselors will do crisis intervention by telephone at 281-391-4504; 24/7 Domestic Violence Hotline at 281-391-4357; 281-391-5252; 24/7 Sexual Abuse Hotline at 281-639-7273. No walk-ins.

Resale Stores

Both Resale Stores and Donation Centers continue to operate under the same business hours of operation. 23232 Kingsland Blvd in Katy, from Monday to Saturday  9 am-8 pm; 5510 1st Street in Katy, from Monday to Saturday 9 am-5 pm. Call 281-391-7400 or visit https://ktcm.org/resale/.

During this time, KCM  needs the continued support of volunteers. KCM asks that volunteers sign up through Sign Up Genius for Food Pantry volunteer opportunities available at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0d4fabab2aa6fd0-food. Please know that KCM will provide gloves, hand soap and hand sanitizers throughout the facilities. As KCM continues to help minimize the risks by reducing contact with people through the implementation of these new methods, KCM also encourages citizens to stay connected with the latest updates from The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), local officials and city leaders. KCM continues to pray and encourages citizens to take all precautions necessary.