About The Kingdom Builders’ Center

The Kingdom Builders’ Center (The KBC) opened its doors in the fall of 2007 to address the emotional, relational, educational spiritual, recreational, social and cultural needs of individuals and families in under-served central Southwest Houston.

The 183,000-square-foot facility houses an array of services, programs and events that combine to help enhance the lives of people of all ages and backgrounds within the immediate community and across Houston.

The KBC includes education centers for children, youth and adults, gymnasium, conference center, books, gifts and café enterprise, graphic design production center, state senior high school charter school, early childhood development program, satellite college site, credit union and plenty of small and large space for business and personal events.

The Center is located within a 234 acre, history-making nonprofit community development called Pointe 2.3.4. Founded by Kirbyjon Caldwell, Senior Pastor, Windsor Village United Methodist Church with the support of the Windsor Village Church Family, The KBC is a nonprofit facility governed by a board of directors.  The board is responsible for the long-term planning, implementation, and ongoing evaluation of the Center’s programs, services and activities.

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