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11:02

 

What is 11:02?

It is a couple of things! First, it is a time, 11:02 am, when we gather together for worship as a family of faith at First Presbyterian Church. From a broader perspective, 11:02 is a loving, holistic community that desires to know Jesus better and make Him known.

What do you believe?

  • We Believe that worship is more than music; it’s our life’s call. We do this through scripture, prayer, music and communion.
  • We believe that God invites us to grow through study, learning, and prayer. We believe that growing is done better in community so we offer small groups, classes and retreats.
  • We believe that as followers of Christ, we are called to serve others. We have relationships with local and global ministries that allow us to be the hands and feet of Jesus in our community, and all over the world.

What can I expect?

You can expect to be welcomed by an intergenerational community made up of all types of wonderful people. 11:02 welcomes people of different ages, races, and backgrounds who long to worship the same God that loves each one of them uniquely.

You can expect music, singing, and times of prayer and preaching of the Word of God. You can expect to be welcomed as you are and a really cool gift for just being there.

11:02 is more than just a worship service, it is a family connected by God’s love and grace that seeks to make Jesus visible in the city of San Antonio and around the world.

Any questions about the service please do not hesitate to reach out to kevind@fpcsat.org

 

 

Contemporary Worship Band

This team of rotating volunteers provides passionate musical leadership for the contemporary worship service at 11:02 a.m. The team is made up of singers and instrumentalists who, first and foremost, love Jesus. Rooted in a relationship with Jesus, they excel in their musicianship and work hard to lead our congregation by example.

If you are a musician and interested in joining the team or serving, contact Kevin Dailey, at kevind@fpcsat.org

 

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