Author and San Antonio native Simran Jeet Singh has published a new book, “The Light We Give: How Sikh Wisdom Can Transform Your Life,” about overcoming racism and fear through optimism and connection.
A San Antonio man has been visiting the cemeteries nearly every week for about two years to maintain grave markers and share stories of the dead.
Commentary: As people of deep faith, we are commanded to work in service of the most vulnerable.
Here’s the story behind a $1 million gift from local philanthropist Kym Rapier Verette and her husband to St. Pius X Catholic School.
Help is needed to resettle more than 300 refugees from Afghanistan who will begin arriving in San Antonio as early as Wednesday.
The pandemic put marriage on hold for many couples. Community Bible Church gave them a chance to say “I do” at a mass wedding on Saturday.
One of the many volunteers supervising unaccompanied migrant youth in a shelter at the Freeman Coliseum discusses her experience.
Unlike last year, San Antonio churches are preparing the pews ahead of Easter with loosened pandemic protocols in place.
A $12.5 million expansion plan to renovate and nearly double the size of the Cornerstone Church sanctuary is set to begin in May.
A church’s “community snow day” turns into contagious effort to support others in need with warmth, food, and water.
Rev. David Semrad led campus ministries, helped found the San Antonio Education Partnership, and was active in COPS/Metro.
More than 70 local religious leaders have signed a statement saying they plan to get vaccinated against the new coronavirus.
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.