First Presbyterian Church San Antonio believes God invites us to grow through study, learning and prayer. We invite you to grow in your own knowledge of Jesus Christ and the Bible, develop meaningful relationships with other believers, and contribute to the spiritual and physical needs of those who are struggling, both inside and outside the walls of the church.
Rev. Dr. Bob Fuller
Bob is a 1991 graduate of Washington and Lee University, and a 1996 graduate of Union Seminary. He received his doctorate from Union Seminary in 2006. He was ordained in August of 1996, and began his ministry as Associate Pastor for Service and Young Adults at First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, North Carolina. He then served as the Pastor of Hebron Presbyterian Church of Manakin-Sabot, Virginia, for four years. Bob was previously the Senior Pastor of Fairview Presbyterian Church in North Augusta, South Carolina, where he has served faithfully for the past 13 years.
He is married to Morgan (college sweetheart who grew up in Odessa, Texas) and they have two children. Ellie will be a junior in high school and Bo will be entering the 7th grade.
Bob is very relational, a gifted preacher, and has a wonderful sense of humor. He takes seriously both the Bible and the theology of the reformed tradition. He fully believes that “the local church is the hope of the world.” Bob has been blessed by multiple mentors in his life and hopes to be a mentor/pastor to others on our staff here at FPC San Antonio.
His family loves the outdoors and especially spending time on the water.
Rev. Dr. Joe Moore
Director of Missions and Older AdultsEmail: email@example.com
Administrative Assistant, Adult Education and DiscipleshipEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Assistant for Children’s Ministry, Youth Ministry, University/Young Adult Ministry, Baptisms, and ConfirmationEmail: email@example.com
As followers of Christ, we are called out of the world and into ministry together. We are called to Jesus, called to bear witness, called to love Father, Son and Holy Spirit and to love others. Like the early church, we learn more deeply and practice more diligently in small groups. For this reason, small groups of people from the larger church body are called into community together. They have certain characteristics that offer flexibility in order to meet the needs of group members and incorporate our church’s strategy of worship, grow and serve.
- Grow through the study of God’s Word.
- Worship by praying and caring for one another.
- Serve by planning and participating in a project with FPC partners.
If you want to grow in your relationships with God and others, then perhaps a small group is the place for you. Are you interested in hosting or facilitating a Small Group?
Stacie Rodriguez: firstname.lastname@example.org