In days of confusion and uncertainty, there is one truth that has remained solid and sure for generations.
It has even given answers to questions not conceived until millennia later.
That truth has sustained life for thousands of years and is now being discovered by yet another generation.
That truth is the Holy Bible.
More than an ancient and practical collection of historical and instructional writings,
it has proven timeless and alive with a Spirit far greater than ink and paper and words.
It is the Word of God.
Join us on a journey into its depths and
unlock the mysteries and messages which it holds for our present generation.
We are San Antonio Community Church, a group of believers in Jesus Christ whose changed lives bring together the proven experiences of several generations as we gather to worship the Creator and celebrate His redeeming work and continuing creativity, not only in the world around us, but in our own lives as well.
We begin Sunday morning with Bible Study for all ages, specific to age group needs. Bed babies learn through stories and music. Older children learn in a hands on environment of encouragement and discovery, while others meet to explore and discuss Scripture and its life application.
Then we gather together for corporate worship, blending the best of the past and the present; the reading of the scriptures, Christ-centered, Biblical, and instructional sermons; the ministry of prayer for each other and for our loved ones; and inspirational and encouraging congregational and choral music.
We believe that every generation has great value and that regular interaction across lines that tend to divide is essential to being the church that God has called us to be. We want to stay focused on the Father whom we have in common rather than circumstances that might divide us. We want to be one in Christ.
We believe that we are here to make a difference in the life of our community and in the lives of individuals. We have each been created and endowed with great potential if we learn to embrace God's plan for us. We purpose to minister to whoever needs us and to respond as we are called. Above all, we desire to serve.