Investing in body,
mind, and spirit

because of God's grace.

We celebrate people.

San Antonio First Church is a place where people can meet Jesus, believers can engage in life-giving community, and everyone is welcome. We believe in creating a space where people can have authentic encounters with Christ, discover their gifts and use them for Him. Join us for our Sunday service, in person or online! 

Sundays at 11am


In Person*

Important Update 

We have been meeting online since Christmas Eve.
Pending community conditions, we plan to be back in-person on Jan. 10th @ 11am.
 All COVID restrictions apply.
Please visit San Antonio's dedicated website for current information about the prevalence of COVID-19 in our community.

We welcome all.

We have dozens of opportunities for people to gather together in community weekly, encouraging one another to live a life more aligned with God. There are small groups that study together, some that chill out and just have fun, and others that enjoy a hobby together. You can volunteer or sign up for one on one mentoring. No matter the type of group, there is a place for you.

San Antonio First Church of the Nazarene

Sundays 11am
On Campus - Facebook - YouTube - House Churches
Learn more about  House Churches*
Office hours M-Th: 9am-3pm
Interested in a Spanish-speaking service?  La Vid Verdedera is our sister church. 
Please email for more information, or visit their Facebook page.
Services usually begin at noon. 
*All in person services will promote best practices for reducing the spread of COIVD-19.

West Avenue Compassion

Public Food Pantry -  Tuesday’s 11am till 1pm

The mission of West Avenue Compassion is to meet the immediate needs of our community
while furnishing them the tools to MOVE FORWARD.

West Avenue Compassion is a volunteer organization and 100% of contributions are used
to provide food and services to the needy in our community.

We are a proud partner with the San Antonio Food Bank.  
For every dollar we received in donation, we provide needy families
over thirteen dollars' worth of food and supplies.

 In addition, recipients have access to a variety other services, such as
the clothing pantry, classes, and job resources.