A Historic Church with a Progressive Spirit
Were you to stroll along the path in Madison Square Park, you’d see across the street a very old limestone building nestled among the trees on the corner. Using its stained glass windows, steeple, cross, stately traditional architecture as clues, you’d recognize that building as a church, and you might say to yourself,
“There’s a church with a long history in downtown San Antonio.”
You’d be right about that. But, were you to surmise that the members of that church must match the building’s old and traditional architecture, their faith confined to conform within old walls of conservatively traditional beliefs, their Christian living limited to the past’s worn out definitions and prescriptions, you would not be right about that.See Our History
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All Are Welcome
Simple, but important words. At Madison Square Presbyterian Church, we believe and affirm that all people are created good in the eyes of God.
How to join Madison Square Presbyterian Church for on-line worship
How to join Madison Square Presbyterian Church for on-line worship On your phone You can dial in to worship and listen over your phone. Each week an email is sent out for Zoom worship (this is the software platform we use to stream worship). There are a list of several phone numbers that will allow […]
Updated Worship Plans
As we communicated a few weeks ago, with an abundance of caution and care for the most vulnerable among us, it was decided unanimously by the Session that worship will remain exclusively on-line through the end of August, at the least. Certainly with the uptick in infections this week, this is still a prudent approach. The guiding principle of the Re-entry Team and Session is to remain closed to in-person worship in our sanctuary until all our community can do so in relative safety during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The Re-entry Team, along with Session, will continue monitoring the environment, hoping data gleaned may support progressing more rapidly toward in-person worship and using available data resources to clearly define “relative safety,” If you have questions or comments, please ask any member of Session. You may also speak directly with Pastor Gin or Pastor Bart.