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San Pedro Presbyterian Church serves the larger San Antonio metroplex for the glory of God. We are a spiritual family who strive to make our beautiful campus a spiritual home. Be our guest for in person worship where we explore the wonders of God (RSVP through each worship service link, or call the office and we'll get you connected). Our latest COVID safety updates are HERE.

On March 1st, 2021, we called a new Senior Pastor - Dr Bryan Stamper. He joins Associate Pastor Reverend Paul R. Gaedke and our faithful staff who make space for sacred worship, engaging discipleship opportunities, and meaningful mission events.

Our faith is in God alone, with a priority on the Bible as the standard for faith and life.

Featured Events

Sanctuary Worship
9:00 AM
Online Worship
9:00 AM
Facebook & Youtube
Weekly Youth Group
4:30 PM
Youth Room

"But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us."

2 Corinthians 4:7
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Featured News

The Good Life Small Group Series

Are you happy? Are you content with your life or are you always desiring something more? As a Christian, we know that God calls us to be people who are filled with joy, but often our reality feels anything but joyful. Life can be difficult, but there must be a way for us to experience happiness beyond our circumstances. 

The Good Life is a book by Pastor Derwin Gray, in which he outlines how to experience true, godly happiness. One might think that Derwin Gray was living the dream, he grew up on the west side of San Antonio looking for an escape from poverty. He turned to football and made it all the way to the NFL. Yet, even with all his success, there was something missing. He writes, “Trying to find lasting happiness is like chasing your shadow; what starts as childish fun erodes into adult frustration, failure, and disappointment.” Eventually discovers that happiness does not come from worldly achievements, but from Jesus Christ. “Jesus of Nazareth was the happiest person who ever lives. He is the ultimate portrait of the good life. He is the prototype of what humanity was meant to be.” By following the example of Jesus, we discover a happiness, a joy, a blessedness that the world can never offer.

So how do we discover this happiness? Derwin Gray suggests that we follow Jesus’ Happiness Manifesto, the Beatitudes, bullet points of blessedness that start the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:3-12). Maybe you’ve heard them before, “Blessed are the poor in spirit… Blessed are those who morn… Blessed are the humble…” In true Jesus fashion, he flips our understanding of what happiness is upside down.

This April we will have three adult small groups based on The Good Life, an eight-week series with video and discussion.

If you are interested in being in a small group, please let me, Dave Reiss, know at

Dave Reiss
Apr 8, 2021
COVID updates


Our COVID Task Force approved an increase to 50% for sanctuary in-person worship. We maintain the following requirements for best health and safety practices.

  • Wear a mask at all times on campus
  • RSVP for in-person worship every week
  • Arrive 20 to 30 minutes early for in-person worship to avoid congestion in our buildings
  • Contact Mabrie Casbeer to RSVP a room for any group gatherings and to confirm the latest safety protocols for on-campus meetings -

We have had full capacity crowds for our latest in-person worship, so get your RSVP in early for in person worship. Links are found within each event on our EVENTS PAGE

submitted by the San Pedro Safety Task Force members

Safety Task Force
Apr 5, 2021
The Man Behind The Camera

As we begin our new sermon series, Find Your Fit, I was reminded of one of our members, Tom Workman. Tom serves as Finance Deacon. He keeps an eye on our finances working with Mabrie and all of our deacons.

But there's more! 

In addition Tom serves as the unofficial/official photographer of San Pedro Presbyterian Church.

Over the last year I have shared hundreds of photos with the people of San Pedro before online worship. People have asked where this photos come from. They come from Tom Workman's camera. Tom has done great work putting a photographic history of San Pedro over the last 10 years.

Tom has discovered a way to minister to God's people using his gifts and talents in numerous ways. So, the next time you see Tom, offer him a word of thanks for all he does for San Pedro.

Pastor Paul
Apr 4, 2021