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Day of Prayer and Fasting


Monday, August 20 • 11:30 AM-1:00 PM • Westminster Hall

Join our FPC family for a day of prayer and fasting for mission on Monday, August 20.

The prayer committee along with the Local and Global missions committees invite you to respond to God’s grace through a day committed to prayer and fasting, an intentional time where we will prioritize our hunger and thirst for righteousness and seek the Lord’s mercy to have His kingdom come, His will be done, in and through our church as it is in heaven.

You are invited to pray wherever you are on the day of August 20, using the FPC day of prayer and fasting guide located at the link below, or in Mauze Lobby. We also encourage you to join us for a time of corporate prayer in Westminster Hall between 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM. If you are unable to refrain from food we invite you to fast from something you regularly hunger for (media, news, coffee…) as we prayerfully prioritize hungering for Christ and His kingdom through a day of prayer and fasting.

FPC seeks to join the early church in fasting and praying for mission (Acts 13:23) as we worship the Lord through prayer and fasting (Luke 2:37) and seek His will for our participation in the redemptive restoration of our neighborhoods and the nations (As Nehemiah in 1:3-4 and Ezra 9:4-5).

For more information email Lindsay Selli at, or Mitchell Moore at

FPC Day of Prayer and Fasting Guide

Ordination Service for Becky Prichard


Sunday, August 26 • 4:00 PM • Sanctuary

Join us for a Service of Ordination and Installation for our new Associate Pastor for Christian Education and Discipleship, Becky Prichard! A reception will immediately follow in Westminster Hall.

Pathways to Hope Conference


Pathways to Hope Conference
August 24-25 | Tobin Center for the performing arts

The third annual Pathways to Hope Conference, focusing on mental health and including speakers from across the community and nation, will once again be held at the Tobin Center. The goal of the conference is to continue to break the stigma of mental illness, and to discover how faith communities can provide support for people and families affected by mental illness. Attendance is free. For more information on the event and keynote speakers, or to register (required), visit

Kick-off Sunday is coming!


Kick-off Sunday
September 9

Before you know it September will be here, and with it fall activities will start up at FPC again! Kick-off Sunday will be September 9th this year. Mark your calendars to get re-acquainted with your FPC family, and the many ways you can get connected and involved, and experience everything First Pres has to offer. Look for more information in the coming weeks!

Stephen Ministry Information Meeting


SEPTEMBER 9 • 12:15-12:45 PM • ST. ANDREW’S ROOM

Stephen Ministers are members of First Pres who are trained to care for others in times of deep personal need for as long as needed. This meeting will provide information for anyone interested in joining this important ministry. For more information, contact Lisa Snow at or 210-271-2760.

Health & Well-Being Survey


The H.E. Butt Family Foundation and University of Texas-San Antonio are conducting a survey of health and well-being outcomes among faith-based organizations in the San Antonio area, and are inviting churchgoers to participate. The Foundation hopes to learn and provide important information to religious leaders, stakeholders and health providers. If you would like to participate in this 15-20 minute survey, click HERE. Your participation is entirely voluntary, anonymous and confidential, and will help inform local leaders and policy makers of the needs of religious communities in San Antonio.

Children’s Day Out Enrollment


The Children’s Day Out program is currently enrolling new two and three year olds for next fall on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. For information about this wonderful experience for young children to learn about God’s love for them please call Jill Peavy at

“The CDO program is such a special and loving place for little ones to learn about Jesus! We are grateful that our two children had that wonderful opportunity. With gifted teachers at every level, the children learned about God, His world, His love and His Son.” – Janet Anderson.

For more information, click HERE.

Volunteer Opportunities



Are you looking for a way to get involved? Here at FPC, we have many ministry opportunities, for people of all ages and interests!  We believe that God has given each of us gifts, so why not use yours to help further His Kingdom?  It’s also a great way to meet new friends! Check out our “Volunteer Opportunity” page and sign up!

“Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.”  1 Peter 4:10

Wednesday Evening Ladies’ Bible Study


April 4 – May 23
6:30 PM • Room 302


There are times when worship overflows effortlessly from a heart full of gratitude and praise. And there are times when God seems far and we feel we have nothing to offer. Throughout it all, God shows us His steadfast love.

Psalm 107 is a call to worship. It reminds us that each season of life is an opportunity to reveal the anchor of our souls. In this Bible study, learn to face both storms and deserts with courage and trust in Jesus, and discover how tests in our journeys of faith reveal the true condition of our hearts. For there is no fear for the one who fears the Lord, the one whose soul is anchored in His steadfast love.

We will study Psalm 107 verse by verse.

Cost of workbook is $13.00.  Please contact Sheila Figueroa at or (210) 822-4082 to reserve a workbook.

Hope for Mental Illness


First Presbyterian Church has a heart for those who suffer from mental illness and for those who provide comfort and care for them. The mission of FPC Mental Health Ministries is to: (1) provide educational resources to help erase the stigma of mental illness in our community; (2) help FPC become a caring congregation for persons living with a mental illness and their families; and (3) to help encourage those affected by mental illness to call upon their faith for strength and healing.  Mental Health Ministries also collaborates with other churches, advocacy groups, community organizations and mental health professionals to lift up the importance of using a person’s faith and spirituality as part of the overall treatment and recovery process. FPC is offering the following opportunities for families and individual’s impacted by mental illness. There are classes and groups to help learn about mental illness and how to use our faith, community resources and our peers to cope with and manage the illness.

Click here to see the courses and support groups that we currently offer.