Main Campus and Administrative Offices (TBS Katy)

2655 S Mason Rd, Katy, TX  77450

281-646-1109 (Phone)
281-646-1110 (Fax)

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Located in proximity to the 80-acre Great Southwest Equestrian Center and 30-acre Grace Fellowship Church campus - View campus Map

Teaching Sites

Great Southwest Prayer Center
The Great Southwest Prayer Center is a community prayer room established for the city of Katy and the greater Houston region in which believers from different denominations and backgrounds come together in unity for the purpose of seeking the face and heart of God and stand together in worship and intercession for the city, the nation, and the world through night and day prayer. Led by and staffed with worship leaders and prayer leaders from churches in the Katy area with a goal of 24/7 Night and Day prayer, the Center currently offers multiple hours weekly of live prayer and worship sets called “Audience of ONE” (a1). First Fridays and Saturdays each month, the Center offers a full 24 hours of uninterrupted prayer and worship. Seminary students are encouraged to use GSWPC resources and participate in, and even take leadership in, Great Southwest Prayer Center activities.

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Student parking on the Administrative Campus is available as noted on the campus map above.

Access to electrical power and wireless Internet is available in seminary classrooms, offices, the library, and some outside areas on campus and in most teaching sites. Additional technology assistance may be available from seminary staff, and, if necessary, can be arranged for a fee from an outside contractor associated with the seminary.

Laptops and other portable devices are welcome in classrooms as long as they are used for educational purposes and their use is not disruptive to other students or instructors. Cell phones should be set on silent during class, and phone calls should never be conducted in the classroom during class time. In case of an emergency call, please exit the classroom to answer.