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Welcome

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.

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Children's Fellowship Hour
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Reynolds Hall
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How to Join @ San Pedro
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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

Coats & Socks Delivered

San Pedro Presbyterian has been collecting coats, socks and blankets for the past several weeks. These items all go to Christian Assistance Ministry (CAM), House of Neighborly Services, and the SAMM shelter. 


Recently volunteers from San Pedro delivered 56 coats and 5 blankets to CAM to help our neighbors in need and area homeless survive the cold winter months. No truck? No problem! Our folks piled the items into their cars and made the trip over to CAM together. 


Learn about these non-profits San Pedro supports through their websites - SAMM, CAM & House of Neighborly Services

Diane Redin
Jan 11, 2022
Getting Our House Ready

With new floors being installed in the first week of January, the big job of moving our pews out of the sanctuary fell to a team of staff and volunteers. Working (and sweating) together - they were successful.


As a pastor, it always fills my heart with joy to know we can ask people for help with projects, ministries, and missions. I'm personally not at 100% physical fitness, but I know healthy churches are comprised of more than any one person or team of paid staff. Projects like these remind me of the power of a faith community - faithful saints who make the church a witness for Christ by doing what needs to get done, when it needs to get done.


Thank you (pictured left to right):


Jesse Ramirez (Facilities Manager, staff)

Dan Gostylo

Eric Buschfort

Eric Mapes

Pastor Paul

Eileen Gostylo (and yes, Eileen lifted and moved pews)


In Christ,


Pastor Bryan


P.S. You can see the new walls going up in the background of the photo. For more information about the flooring and wall project, read the article with frequently asked questions HERE.

Dr Bryan Stamper
Dec 29, 2021
youth good times

A sampling of the San Pedro youth got together for food at a local wing restaurant, and fellowship at cosmic mini-golf. Laughs, smiles and joy filled the evening.


As we return to more and more activities, we're placing a high priority on fellowship events for our 6th through 12th graders. We're subsidizing the costs so everybody can focus on having a good time and being together. This event included a meal of wings, a round of mini-golf, and a treat from Sonic - total cost: $5.


We're lining up a lock-in for December to see the new Spiderman movie. And we're reserving our spots for a Mo-Ranch January retreat.

The Fun Time kid
Oct 22, 2021