8:00 am / Doors Open for Free Corazon Services in the downstairs Fellowship Hall (breakfast, medical care, showers, clothes closet)
9:00 am / Coffee & Connection in the 1st Floor Labyrinth Room
9:45 am / Worship in the Sanctuary
11:15 am / Groups for all ages
Accessibility Update: Our main elevator is out of service. Currently, access to the basement level, level 2 and level 3 is via stairs only. Wheelchair users can access the main level (sanctuary, restrooms, Labyrinth Room, church office). Our church has a wheelchair lift at the main entrance and a wheelchair ramp available at the side of the sanctuary. Updated 6/01/23
Have you lost your church home due to disaffiliation?
We know you are hurting and we’re here for you.
Travis Park Church is a Lighthouse Congregation in the Rio Texas Conference, which means we welcoming place for those whose church has closed or disaffiliated from the United Methodist Church. We are a Reconciling United Methodist Congregation, and we welcome all who seek to find belonging and healing. Travis Park Church is a safe space where new guests can find refuge in relationships, listening hearts, and unconditional love within a congregation that is remaining in the UMC.
Unconditional Love and Justice in Action
Travis Park Church is a progressive and historic Reconciling United Methodist Congregation, grounded in both history and vision. We are the oldest Protestant congregation in San Antonio. Organized as a church in 1846, we began worshipping at this site 20 years later at the heart of downtown. We are a church that embraces the value of stories: in them we can find truth, meaning, hope and connection with God and with one another.
Travis Park Church is affiliated with the Reconciling Ministries Network, a group of congregations and groups worldwide which have adopted statements welcoming people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
You will not find a stagnant congregation here. You will find a diverse mix of young and old, affluent and unhoused, cisgender and transgender, highly educated and illiterate worshipping side by side as beloved Children of God.
We welcome all, affirm all, and advocate justice for all.