family worship

  • Children are welcome at all of our worship services. A special Children’s Message is given at all of our services. Check out the Children's Worship Supplies located in just inside the Sanctuary to the left. It is stocked full of coloring and activity sheets that relate to the Scripture readings, fun "sermon notes" for active learning and other fun items for those needing something to fidget with during the service. There are also a few baskets located in the back full of clipboards with activities. Spending time in worship is important for little ones, but if you are looking for a little more wiggle room, the Nursery is open for children for children 5 years and younger. 

  • You are doing something really, really important. I know it's not easy. I see you with your arms overflowing, and I know you came to church already tired. Parenting is tiring. Really tiring. watch you bounce and sway trying to keep the baby quiet, juggling the infant car seat and the diaper bag as you find a seat. I see you wince as your child cries. I see you anxiously pull things out of your bag of tricks to try to quiet themclick here for more

  • Many congregations today plan for children to be anywhere else rather than in the congregation’s worship. Sunday School is held at the same time. Children’s Churches are created to provide children with worship on their own level. (Some larger congregations provide a series children’s worship experiences for young children, older elementary children, and youth thus making what happens in the sanctuary "adult church." ) Still other congregations simply provide recreation activities to keep the children out of the sanctuary. click here for more.

  • Parents are the primary spiritual leaders in their child's life.

    Model the importance of bible study - Let your child see you reading your Bible. Make sure everyone in the family has their own Bible. Take your Bible to church and encourage your children to take their Bibles to church. Help your older children plan a specific time for their own personal quiet time. Use car rides or dinner conversation to discuss what they have been reading in the Bible. Do family devotionals -there are a lot on-line for free.


everyone is always welcome

For more information contact the church office 210-654-0404

  • Entry Level

    Mondays at 2:00 pm

    Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:30 am

    In the Hilliard building - Bayless Hall. 

    • Promotes relaxation
    • Alleviates Stress
    • Increases mobility
    • Improve posture
    • Strengthens muscles
    • Improves balance and coordination
    Please bring a small hand towel.
  • Meets every third Monday of each month in the Hilliard Building in Bayless Hall, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

    Everyone is welcome regardless of age. Come and bring a friend or make a friend. We always have a great potluck & good speakers. Our motto is “Life is short, Eat Dessert First” and we do.

  • Your Troop(s) need your help and your aluminum cans! Troop 157B (boys) has grown this past month with the addition and formation of Troop 156G (girls). BSA and Troop 157 welcomes them to the fold! Part of our funding comes from the collection of aluminum cans. If you wish to help us provide the best scouting experience for our young Scouts, please consider donating your aluminum cans. You can place them on the front porch of the Scout Hut located in the back parking lot. As always, we appreciate your support.

  • Meets every second and fourth Mondays of every month in the Hilliard building, Bayless Hall, 10:30 am - 1:30 pm

    Come and enjoy games with us. We play Cribbage, Pinochle, Rummikub, Mexican Train, Six-Deck Canasta & Scrabble. Other games are available if we can get a table together. Bring a group of friends and play with us in a nice place. Donations accepted.

  • Meets every Tuesday and Thursday in the Hilliard building, Bayless Hall, 9:00 am -10:00 am

    The senior adults enjoy a time of light exercise.

  • Meets Thursdays, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Are you ready to stop dieting and start making real changes? TOPS can help you reach your weight-loss goals by providing you with the tools, information, support, and accountability you need to be successful. Weekly meetings provide a supportive, educational environment where people are encouraged and not judged. TOPS does not sell foods, endorse products, or push a one-size fits all meal plan. On the TOPS meal plan, we encourage you to choose foods you enjoy in moderation. The flexible guidelines help you control calories while eating real food that you make at home or order in a restaurant. Your first visit to any chapter is free!

    Weigh-ins 6:15 pm - 6:55 pm

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    Contact Daniela at 210-272-7801 or Daniela Kulyas