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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 and explore the wonders of God.

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

Farewell Party - 4th of July
10:00 AM
Fellowship Hall
Summer Movie Night: Big Fish
4:00 PM
Fireside 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

San Pedro Super Summer

San Pedro is foregoing the typical summer "slow down" for church life. We've decided to go full throttle into a super summer fun spectacular celebration of really awesome stuff. In short form: it's our San Pedro Super Summer.

Lots of activities means lots of coordination. To assist your June planning, consider the following events. Each is hyperlinked for more information and RSVP options.

  • June 6th - July 18th Backpack Drive for Christian Assistance Ministry! INFO

  • June 19th Adult 80's Music Concert outing. It's a local band called the Spazmatics; according to church members they put on a great show. Kerry and I will be there... INFO

  • June 20th Senior Pastor Installation service. My father is preaching, there will be food and bagpipes. It's the official process of confirming my call to San Pedro, and it will be my honor to have you attend. Bring an empty stomach (for the food), and earplugs (for the bagpipes). INFO

  • June 21st - 25th - VBS is back! This is a major outreach to our local community - sign up your kids to attend; your older students to help; adult servant leaders always needed. INFO

  • June 20th - 25th - Student Mission Trip. Jr Hi and Sr Hi students will help with VBS in the morning, then serve local nonprofits in the afternoon. INFO

  • June 26th - Christian Adult Night Out (CANO) is going to be at our house with fajitas and fellowship - come check out our new home and enjoy a relaxing evening of fellowship, food and fun. INFO

  • July 7th - August 11th Summer Movie Nights and Sunday Discussions. INFO

These are only a few of the highlights for summer - there's more to come.

Dr Bryan Stamper
Jun 17, 2021
Thank you Covid Task Force team

On behalf of our Elders, Deacons and staff, thank you to the faithful members of our COVID Task Force team. They worked tirelessly over this pandemic season to ensure best practices were followed at San Pedro Presbyterian. Countless hours of meetings, ongoing research and consistent monitoring ensured our faith family was safe during these uncertain months.

Please join us in offering a prayer of gratitude on their behalf:

  • Eric Mapes – Ruling Elder, Chair 
  • Libby Fleming – Ruling Elder
  • Becky Hooper
  • Will Redin
  • Harvey Juarez 
  • Alex Fenton

The team will remain in place for the coming months, communicating every month with our Elders. Read their latest recommendations HERE. And please say "thank you" when you see them in person. This was a largely thankless job that required hard decisions and sometimes unpopular choices.

Jun 12, 2021
150 Coffees in 150 Days

May 5th UPDATE:

"To date I've met with 64 people for coffees and conversation. My hope remains the same: to listen and learn in an effort to build a relationship of trust. Our faith family is sharing hopes, dreams and concerns and I'm taking notes.

A few consistent threads have come up.:

  • When can we return to pre-COVID non restricted gatherings?
  • When will we start up the early service?
  • I'm worried about the number of young families in our church.

I'm still taking notes. Schedule a time at your convenience."

Share your thoughts, dreams, hopes and fears with Dr Stamper over coffee (or tea if you prefer). This is a time for listening and learning while working towards a simple vision: building a place of trust. Call the church office to set up a meeting (calls and zooms are fine, too).

Dr Bryan Stamper
May 3, 2021