Pillar Church of San Antonio is a new church on the far west end of San Antonio that exists to help people know Jesus and make him known in San Antonio and around the world.
We’re a Baptist church that teaches expositionally from the Scriptures. We also partner with the Praetorian Project to bring the gospel to military communities. (But, no, we are not exclusively a military church. All are welcome!)
We’d love to meet you, hear your story, and invite you to join us as we seek to know Jesus and make Him known together!
Sundays at 10:30 AM
111 Exeter Place Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78253
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There are several upcoming opportunities to find out what Pillar Church of San Antonio is all about. We’d love to see you at a preview service or one of our other gatherings!
Are you interested in learning more about becoming a member at Pillar Church? Then join us for a membership class on Sunday, January 21st from 12:30-2:00pm! This is an informational class where you’ll learn more about our story, our beliefs, and what it means to be a church member. Lunch and childcare will be provided, so please register at the link above!
Sunday night January 28, 6pm. Women, join us for a time of fellowship, devotion, prayer, and a fun activity. Also feel free to bring a snack to share if you want but not necessary! As a church we want to know Jesus and make him known, and in our women’s ministry we also want to make space to know others and be known in a meaningful way. Hope you can join us! We will be at Gina Short’s home, email [email protected] for address!
Saturday, February 10th We need people who are willing to become certified to provide respite care training and babysit for families with foster children! There will be a class on Saturday, February 10th facilitated by the South Texas Alliance For Orphans. While we ask you to pay the $15 fee for the training, our church will reimburse you the cost of your CPR certification and background check requirements. You can sign up at the link above.
Pillar San Antonio is part of The Praetorian Project, a family of multiplying churches in military communities worldwide. Learn more at the link below.