For Mennonite Church, coffee trailer supporting refugees provides new outlet for long-standing mission
The San Antonio Mennonite Church opened a coffee trailer to provide financial support for asylum-seeking families in the community.
While the topic of racial justice isn’t new at many black churches, the recent police killing of George Floyd has prompted other churches to discuss racism.
As more businesses resume activity in San Antonio, more than 70 faith leaders in the community have pledged to follow health guidelines.
San Antonio’s Ismaili community came together with San Antonians Saturday to hold a “Share Your Blessings” COVID-19 recovery drive.
San Antonio Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller announced that churches can open their doors on Tuesday, May 19, for daily services.
In his Easter message on Sunday, delivered to empty pews and a handful of priests and deacons, García-Siller called on Christians to renew their faith.
Though many churches are canceling worship services to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, one San Antonio church is holding its weekly events outdoors.
The Congregation Agudas Achim led the first Seder of Passover on Wednesday evening at a synagogue empty of worshippers, who instead watched online.
San Antonio’s Catholic churches and Jewish synagogues institute social distancing rules for upcoming Holy Week and Passover celebrations.
Oak Hills Church pastor and author Max Lucado doesn’t want to preach about politics – immigration is a spiritual and moral issue, he said.
Bill Greehey has donated $1 million to the St. Mary’s University school of business.
The new Alamo City Street Choir will perform in a Dec. 8 “Shelter in a Song” fundraiser at Travis Park Church.
On her 100th birthday, Sister Mary Eustace Farrell received a visit from Ireland’s consul general, a personal letter from the president, and about $2,800.