Loving Christ. Loving One Another. Loving The City.


COVID-19 Local Outreach

Loving The City.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors. Neighbors Loving Our Neighbors.

Responding to God’s grace, we want to love Christ through faithfully loving one another and loving our city, ensuring everyone has what they need during the COVID-19 precautions.

Pray for Local Missions and Outreach during the time of COVID-19. Download the Local Mission Prayer Guide.

Sign up here or email missions@fpcsat.org with questions.

Drive Thru Care Drive for the KRL & CAM – Sunday, June 14  | Ave. E Entrance | Before & After Services from 9:00 AM – Noon

Sew Masks to Love Our City

  • Provide masks for local ministry partners. FPC Mission Partners have identified a need to be able to provide masks for our homeless and under-resourced neighbors. There are several ways to serve (pick-up/deliver, donating items, or making masks). Please sign up here, or email missions@fpcsat.org to learn more.
  • Provide masks for local frontline workers, through Threads of Love. You may sign up here or email missions@fpcsat.org for more information. You can participate by:
    • making and assembling kits by cutting fabric and ribbons (all materials will be supplied if needed).
    • sewing masks (see sewing instructions below) –
      • Sewing Instructions
      • Alternate Sewing Instructions
      • If you already have materials that you would like to use and do not need a kit, you are invited to begin sewing now. Please download and review both the Kit Assembly Instructions and Sewing Instructions (links above) if you will not be using a pre-assembled kit.
    • Delivering kits to volunteers, or completed masks to Threads of Love who will handle the distribution to hospitals.
    • donating materials for masks

Serve Medical Professionals

  • Childcare for Medical Professionals: Many medical professionals are in need of childcare solutions as schools and childcare centers have had to close their doors. If you would like to serve through babysitting the children of medical professionals, please contact Rick at SWG Hosptial 210-413-6230, who is working to coordinate babysitters to help their employees.

Serve FPC's New Foster Family

  • Help FPC’s New Foster Family: Help provide home school supplies and other needs for our new Foster Family by buying from their Amazon Wishlist. Contact tbmccaleb@gmail.com for more information about providing meals.

Serve through Prayer and Sharing the Word

  • Pray for Neighbors and Ministry Partners: Sign up by emailing missions@fpcsat.org to receive a weekly email with specific prayer requests submitted by our ministry partners so you can include our neighbors and ministry partners in your prayers. You may also Download our Local Missions Prayer Guide.
  • 9:38 Mission Text Line: email your number to lindsays@fpcsat.org to receive up to 3 prayer updates a week, as we pray with and for our ministry partners (local and global) and the city.
  • Devotions for our Underserved Neighbors: we continue to see a need to provide encouragement, hope, and the truth through God’s Word to our homeless and underserved neighbors. You are invited to write one or more devotionals that we can provide to our ministry partners who are on the frontlines serving our neighbors. We are looking to provide 2-3 single page devotionals per week. If you would like to provide a devotional, please contact missions@fpcsat.org

Love Our Neighbors Through Ministry at CAM

  • Donate to Underserved Neighbors through CAM: the biggest need for our ministry partner, Christian Assistance Ministry, is funding to buy things for our neighbors like groceries, hygiene items, baby items, etc. You may also physically donate items. Go to http://christianassistanceministry.org/covid-19/ for a full list of needs and to provide donations.

Serve our Neighbors on the East Side

  • Feed a Family Pizza with SA Heals: make a donation to SA Heals at www.saheals.com to buy a pizza through their small businesses partner, Tanks Pizza, to feed a family during this time. Our goal is to provide 100 families with a free pizza every week. #tankspizza4families.
  • Fill Emergency Needs on the East Side: partner with La Luz in El Barrio and Servant Partners by contacting mark.cloherty@servantpartners.org to coordinate hygiene & cleaning supply donations for dispersal to our East Side neighbors.
  • Adopt a Teen Mom & Her Family: Contact YoungLives coordinator, Christina Via, at christinavia@gmail.com or 678-993-6146 to be paired with a teen mom. Help provide encouragement through a card or letter and/or help supply her family’s custom needs through groceries, food delivery, and/or care packages.
  • Donate items to Catholic Worker House: As they continue to serve breakfast and lunch to about 125 our neighbors, 6 days a week, on the East Side, they are in need of several items:
    • To Go Containers
    • Plastic forks
    • 10-12oz juice cups

Learn about and connect with our FPC Ministry Partners

During this season please take time to get to know our ministry partners more through listening to our podcast, SA Stories, and visiting our FPC Missions Facebook Page for updates.

Listen on Apple Podcasts FPC Missions Facebook Page

Please join us in a celebration of thanksgiving for the ways God is moving the FPC family to “Love the City” as we come together with our Ministry Partners! If you have a celebration story, please email missions@fpcsat.org to share it. Please continue to pray for our ministry partners, health care workers, and emergency response teams who are responding to the needs in our city!



God is blessing FPC with young families, and our young families are blessing this city! Blair Brooks, daughter of Brandon and Ashley, is pictured here sharing hope with a teen mom she and her parents walk with through YoungLives. Please join the Brooks Family in sharing hope through serving families of our city, and health workers on the frontlines!




SA Hope Center


FPC was able to bless the SA Hope Center Staff with lunch from Chris Madrid’s. We are grateful for these incredible ministry partners who are on the frontlines, responding to the urgent needs in our city. They are currently serving at their campus on N. General McMullen by providing food assistance and virtual case management.




Any Woman Can


Any Woman Can, another FPC partner in the KRL, is continuing to serve on their main campus location. Denise, AWC’s Director of Nursing (pictured here) shared a story of celebration with us as she met with a young woman who was considering termination of her pregnancy. Here is a quote from her message: “Guys, she’s gonna carry her baby! She was willing to go outside state lines for an abortion and she changed her mind. 10 week baby put on a show & waved. It was great! God is good. In tears as I type this….” We are thankful for these warriors for life who are in the trenches with us!





Methodist Hospital


FPC was able to bless the Methodist Hospital Staff with Easter chocolates from Kilwins. Callan Brown, our FPC Contemporary Worship Leader, also played several songs of encouragement in the hospital lobby while the mini concert was broadcast across the hospital for all to enjoy. We are grateful for these medical professionals who are on the frontlines.