Our History

  • Spring Cypress Presbyterian Church began as a group of families meeting in their homes for Bible Studies in 1977.
  • In 1978, the group held its first worship service and Sunday School at the Kleinwood Clubhouse.
  • On August 26, 1979, the church was organized as a mission church of Covenant PCA, and the congregation called Dr. Kent Hinkson as its pastor.
  • In 1981, the land on which our current campus stands was purchased for $20,000 per acre.
  • That same year, The Youth Building was built as a gift from charter members Willard and Adelaide Mallot to serve as an educational building.
  • On September 5, 1982, the current sanctuary was dedicated.
  • A “Children’s Day Out” program was founded in the fall of 1984, ministering to 30 children and their families. This later became our Early Childhood Program (ECP).
  • In the fall of 1985, Spring Cypress Presbyterian Church opened its first Christian school grades K-12.
  • In 1986, the congregation approved construction of the Mallot Family Life Center for use by the church, school, and Children’s Day Out programs.
  • In 1994, Dr. Hinkson answered a call to serve a church in California.
  • Dr. Robert Ferguson began filling in as interim pastor in September, 1994, and became Senior Pastor in 1995.
  • In 1997, the congregation approved Vision 2000 which included the purchase of the adjacent land, the building of the pavilion, and the building another extension to the Family Life Center which was dedicated on March 22, 1998.
  • In May of 2003, Spring Cypress Presbyterian School graduated its first high school senior class.
  • In 2005, Dr. Robert Ferguson resigned.
  • On May 31st, 2006, Spring Cypress Presbyterian Schools closed its doors.  On June 1st Providence Classical Schools moved in and now uses our facility.  It is a K-12 school of 300 students.
  • In 2006, Dave Muntsinger answered the call to be our Senior Pastor.
  • In 2009, Dennis Hermerding accepted the call to be Pastor of Youth and Families and later Associate Pastor.
  • In 2012 the congregation voted to sell 19 acres of undeveloped land for $1.5 million and retire our debt of $275,000.
  • In April 2013 SCPC sold the land to Meritage Home Builders who will build 45 homes next to SCPC.
  • May 2013 SCPC announced that Pastor Dennis Hermerding will leave SCPC January 2014 to plant a church in Cy-Fair with an expectant worship date of September 2014.
  • September 2013 SCPC began a MOPS chapter.
  • January 2014 SCPC welcomed Assistant Pastor Mitch Welborn, and supports Pastor Dennis Hermerding for planting a church in the CyFair area.