We’re located on Bammel N. Houston, right next to Klein Forest High school, in between Beltway 8 and Veterans Memorial Dr. If this is your first time, park right up front, smack-dab in the middle. If the parking lot is completely full, there will be an officer or a parking lot attendant to guide you.


When you enter the auditorium, it will most likely be dimly lit, and the music will be pretty loud. We do this so that you can focus on your worship – on Jesus – and not on the person next to you. Occasionally, we get requests to turn the volume down. Politely, we will not turn it down. We do, however, have some earplugs for you in the lobby. Just ask an usher or greeter.

The atmosphere is that of a concert. Everyone’s excited to be there, happy to shake last week loose, and make a little noise to start the week off right. Our Worship Team performs a mixture of contemporary Christian music and Gospel, with a live band at 9:30 and 11:15 am each and every Sunday.


The message is straight out of the bible – taught in a practical, applicable way with relevant analogies and a genuine sense of humor.

“What do I wear!!?” Whatever you want. Some folks are in their Sunday best and others are in sweats and slides. Whatever makes you feel comfy – wear that.

During our worship services, Pastor Chase Austin will dig into the Word of God, the surroundings, theology and backstories of the men that made Jesus famous, and how it applies to your every day life. When Associate Pastor Matt Austin preaches, it will be an electric atmosphere, focused on overcoming what we face every day, but are often too proud or scared to admit openly.


When you enter the building, make a right towards the Champions Kids area, and follow the signage or ask someone to help you find your way.

  • Check-in your kids at one of our computerized stations. If you’re new, our friendly host team will be happy to walk you through the process.
  • We use a numbered security system. You’ll get a number—your kids will get a matching one. Hang on to that number—you’ll need it to pick up your kids when you go home or in case of an emergency during service, it’ll appear on the screens to notify you.
  • Children will learn basic truths: God loves them, God made them, Jesus wants to be their friend forever, they can make right choices, treat people how they want to be treated, and they can trust God. They will learn this through engaging worship, fun crafts, age-appropriate Bible-based teaching, interaction with friends and caring teachers.
  • You can rest assured that your kids are in a safe place. Every team member in Champions Kids has gone through an extensive background check, and have been trained for emergencies.
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