Loving Christ. Loving One Another. Loving The City.
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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.


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



175th Anniv. Reunion Gathering

175th Reunion Gathering Sunday, May 23 (Pentecost) | 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Contact: Sheila Figueroa, sheilaf@fpcsat.org Description: Join us as we celebrate the 175th Anniversary of First Presbyterian church in a combined worship service at 10:30 AM followed by a time of fellowship and celebration. This all-church experience will be a joyful time to … [Read more…]

Family Mission Trip to Mexico 2021

Family Mission Trip to Yucatan Peninsula Mission July 20-26 | Quintana Roo, Mexico Families are invited to serve with the YPM through a construction project and sports ministry from July 20-26, 2021. The cost is $300 plus airfare (per person) and the registration deadline is June 17 with a $150 deposit. Register online at bit.ly/YPMFamily2021. … [Read more…]

Spring 2021 Ministry Guide

Welcome Home to FPC for Spring 2021 Now updated for late spring! Check out all of our Sunday school classes, Bible Studies, programs and many more ways to get connected at FPC. Our mission is to glorify God as we continue to Love Jesus Christ, Love One Another, and Love the City. We offer three … [Read more…]

Women’s Spring Events

Women’s Dinner A Celebration of Circles and All Women of FPC Tuesday, May 11 | 6:30 p.m. | Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine (5800 Broadway #300, 78209) Circles have been a part of FPC for over 125 years—they have evolved through the years—and will continue to do so! Come see why they have been a key … [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!