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Reaching Out

We are proud of our beautiful campus and our little patch of green.  We know that sometimes our building seems a little tucked away in the woods.  We have a calling to reach out to our community to make sure that our love and support don’t stay tucked away.  We want them to spill out  into the neighborhood that surrounds us.

We believe you will find Northminster a warm and welcoming community of faith.  Our new members always mention how much it felt like home right away.  Those who worship here come from a broad range of backgrounds, and we consider ourselves blessed by their presence in our church. We welcome all to come and receive the warmth and family found at Northminster.

With arms and hearts open, we invite you to worship with us. We pray that you will be encouraged and supported in your journey of faith.  We want to draw closer to God and each other.  We hope that you are drawn closer to God by your experience with us, and that you will come to love God more deeply and live out those convictions more fully.

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Our focus

How can we support our community and fulfill our calling from God?
Worship

Meeting together to celebrate and mourn, use music to uplift, and study the lessons in the Bible.

Into the World

Sharing the love and message of God through tangible missions and projects.

Small Groups

Growing closer together and to God by studying topics in depth in small groups.

Faith Development

Helping our children and youth to discover a faith that is true and meaningful.

Explore Our Congregation

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Staff Spotlight

Check back often to get to know our wonderful staff a little better!

Sara Holland has been on staff at Northminster as the Director of Christian Education since 2013.  She grew up as a military child, only settling in San Antonio to attend college.  She holds BAs in both History and in Elementary education and a Masters in Teaching from Trinity University.  She and Will have been married for 22 years and are raising 3 daughters and 2 dogs.  Please don’t ask who is better behaved.  When not working, she particularly enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading while sitting on the beach, and traveling.  In reality, she spends her time away from work going to HEB, doing laundry, and generally trying to keep her house from falling apart.  She is grateful for the opportunity to serve the members and friends of such a loving and supportive faith community.

To meet all of our staff click here

1981

Year we were founded

130

Average Attendance

6

Small Group Opportunities

10:30 AM

Sunday Worship Service

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How to become a member

Come join our family!
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Make Yourself at Home

When looking for a new church family, it’s nice to get a feel for the congregation.  We invite you to visit for as long as you’d like.  Attend any of our special events throughout the year.  It’s another great way to get to know the people who call Northminster home.

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Reach out to the pastor

Let the pastor know that you’d like to join our congregation.  She’d like to celebrate your decision the with you and will help prepare the next step.

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Talk with the session

You’ll have a chance to talk with the session (our members who have been elected to help govern the church) and ask any questions you might have.  They’ll have a few simple questions for you before gladly welcoming you!

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Get involved

One of the best ways to truly feel at home in a church congregation is to find your niche.  We have lots of opportunities and ways for you to share your talents and help us grow in the way that only you can.

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Why did you choose northminster?

From the first time we visited, it felt very much like home.  From the intimate size of the congregation to the grandmotherly women cooing over my toddler, it felt like a place that we could make our mark and find a home. 

Jessica Cassell

Member since 2015

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Working with Others to achieve more

Some of the groups that the church actively works with to make a difference in our world community

Our presbytery serves from Austin to Brownsville and from Victoria to Del Rio.  We help support their disaster relief efforts and food shortages through the Souper Bowl of Caring.

CAM’s primary purpose is to help clients overcome barriers to help by providing immediate and easily accessible resources.  

Part of our union church, we serve through supporting their Children’s home.  They supply emergency and long-term housing solutions.

This mission has been working in San Antonio for 100 years on the Westside.  It provides counseling for parents, provides child development classes, meets nutritional and health needs for seniors, and supports an emergency food pantry.

Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio

Providing supplies, labor, and financial assistance to build homes for people who would otherwise not be able to own their own home.

Presyberian Pan American School is a Christian college preparatory school that educates and empowers young adults for leadership in the global community.

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Our Blog

Articles and videos about what's going on in the life of the church.
Intinction: Changes to Communion at Northminster
Following last Sunday’s service, where Communion was by intinction, there were several comments heard following the service concerning the Communion servers handing a piece of bread to communicants rather than…
New year, new look!
We’re working hard on getting our web page and social media up and running full force this coming year.  Stay tuned for lots more to come like Instagram, sermon audio,…
Epiphany Party!
Come join us as we celebrate Epiphany, the traditional arrival of the magi and end of the Christmas season. We’ll meet at 9am for a breakfast taco bar. After fellowship,…
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Get in Touch

We would feel blessed to help you

Call us at 210-680-4825

Visit us at 6800 Tezel Road, San Antonio, TX 78250

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