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Looking for a church to visit or join? We invite you to come and visit FPC San Antonio. Our worship schedule offers three services in two styles for you to choose from on Sunday mornings, and many ways for you to get connected throughout the week.


Listen now or listen later. Either way, we hope you will enjoy listening to the most recent sermons preached at First Presbyterian Church.

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May 14 Letter to the Congregation

May 14, 2015   Dear Members and Friends of FPC: On Monday, May 11, after many months of deliberation, after careful consideration of your input to the survey conducted last Fall, and following a series of meetings with Mission Presbytery—the CRC (Church Relations Committee) presented the elders of the Session with a report which included […]


March 27 Session Report to the Congregation

March 27, 2015 Report to the Congregation on Session Actions Dear members and friends of FPC, As many of you know, there have been several changes affecting the Presbyterian Church (USA) in recent months.  The Church Relations Committee (CRC) continues to monitor these events, decisions and actions of Mission Presbytery, Synod of the Sun, as […]


March 10 Rev. Ron Scates Letter to the Congregation on Mission Presbytery Actions

March 10, 2015   Dear members and friends of FPC, Today I write to you with a heavy heart. The action taken by Mission Presbytery last Saturday (specifically voting to affirm the PCUSA General Assembly’s recommendation that marriage be redefined as being “between two people” rather than the current “between one man and one woman”) […]


New Location for Sunday Prayer Service

Effective on Sunday, May 17, the 8:30-9:00 AM Prayer Service (formerly in Guthrie-Bryant Chapel) will be held in Room 228, (the “Bride’s Room”) across from the pastor’s access to the sanctuary.  This informal service provides a time for shared prayers with Pastor Ron Scates. All are welcome!


Nepal Relief

On Tuesday, May 12, roughly three weeks after more than 8,000 died in a mammoth 7.8-magnitude earthquake, Nepal was hit hard with another powerful tremor (7.3-magnitude) that has left dozens more dead, more than 1,000 injured and questions about what’s next for the already traumatized Asian nation.  FPC will be continuing its partnership with Food for the […]

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