Our Story

On November 4, 2001 four families began meeting as a Core Team with a total of 14 in attendance.  Pastor Lee Brockinton was the founding Pastor. Within three weeks four other families joined the Core Team to establish the church.

On March 10, 2002 Life Church was officially launched at King Elementary with 109 people in attendance. The church continued to grow and LifeCells were birthed throughout the Katy and West Houston area.

In June 2004 Life Church acquired 10.2 acres of land, and in August 2005 the foundation of the new building was laid. In March 2006 the new Sanctuary opened.

On April 11, 2010 Pastor Lee announced that he and his family would become missionaries to Belize with the plan to leave in February 2011. On April 18, 2010 Pastor Lee announced the new Senior Pastor and on May 23, 2010, Sam and Susanna Rudd were installed.

In July 2014 the Lord instructed Pastor Sam and Susanna to implement the use of Operation Solid Lives as a primary form of discipleship.

In January 2016 the Lord instructed Pastor Sam and Susanna to implement the following ministry focus:

The mission of Life Church: Building A Solid Life for Abundant Living

The cornerstone verse of Life Church: “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.” John 10:10

The method of fulfilling the mission:

Celebration Life: Sunday morning service

Community Life Gatherings: Wednesday night – ‘Dinner on Us’ with an intentional outreach to the community that includes a community meal, ministry for children and youth, and Life Study classes for adults.

Operation Solid Life: The use of Operation Solid Lives discipleship classes, as well as other key classes and gatherings that build a Solid Life including classes that focus on  financial stewardship , purity, marriage, parenting, and walking in the freedom of Christ.

Home Gatherings / Life Studies: Focused discipleship gatherings that are short-term in nature that take place in home settings or at the church building. These are intentionally smaller in size and provide opportunity for growth, transparency, and the building of accountable relationships.