Loving Christ. Loving One Another. Loving The City.
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NEW TO FPC

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.

WATCH SERMONS

Did you miss last week’s sermon? You can watch all of our recent sermons from both Traditional and Contemporary services right here!

 

Upcoming

Love Reboot

Love Reboot Marriage Weekend Friday – Sunday | April 23 – 25 | Embassy Suites Airport | 10110 US Hwy 281 N   Whether your marriage could just use a good boost or needs a complete do over, Love Reboot is proven to be the most effective tool you can find. Marriage is not easy…get … [Read more…]


Virtual Choir Video

Our FPC Virtual Choir has been working hard to produce another video for your enjoyment. They each recorded their part of “And Can it Be?” by composer Dan Forrest, a setting of the familiar hymn text written by Charles Wesley in 1738. Be blessed, and be sure to share with your friends!


Women’s Spring Events

May Coffee Wednesday, May 5 | 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Johnson Residence (128 West Brandon Drive, 78209) Please join us for a May Coffee, honoring the Women of the Church’s past presidents and benefitting the FPC Children’s Center and KRL. All women are invited to the event held at the home and garden … [Read more…]


Offices Closed for Holiday

Friday, April 23 | All Day The church offices will be closed this Friday, April 23 for the Battle of Flowers holiday. Office hours will resume Monday, April 26. The Battle of Flowers, commemorates the Battle of the Alamo, which took place in San Antonio, and the Battle of San Jacinto, which liberated Texas from Mexico in April … [Read more…]


Special Update Regarding COVID-19 FPC Protocols

March 18, 2021 Dear First Presbyterian Family, When Governor Abbott issued his executive order GA-34 lifting the statewide mask mandate and opening Texas 100%, churches, businesses and private citizens were granted the authority to determine the best practices necessary for the health of their communities and personal well-being. As previously announced, the Elders of the … [Read more…]