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Sunday Worship

4:00 PM
Faith Presbyterian Church
1307 Blanco Woods
San Antonio, TX 78248
(just off Blanco, inside 1604)
Nursery provided.

 What to expect when you visit?

We understand that it is not easy to visit a new church, and we want you to feel welcome.

People come to Holy Trinity in all kinds of dress, mostly casual.

An usher or other member of the church will greet you and give you a service bulletin as you enter the church. The order of service includes brief explanations of each part of the service.

A collection is taken, but Holy Trinity is supported by the tithes and offerings of its members. Visitors are not expected to contribute. We are simply glad you are here!

All baptized Christians who wish to renew their relationship with Jesus in the sacrament of Holy Communion are welcome to receive the bread and wine of the sacrament. You will be directed by the ushers to come forward when the time is right. If you do not wish to receive Holy Communion please take this time to pray quietly in your chair or come to the front with the rest of the congregation for a blessing from the minister (simply cross your arms over your chest).


We provide a professionally-staffed nursery during the worship service, Sunday School classes, and any special events. Parents are welcome to visit their children in the nursery at any time.

Find out what’s going on at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity has a number of activities and groups that meet throughout the week, including a men’s Bible study, women’s Bible study, women’s prayer meeting, adult and teen Bible study and fellowship, and choir practice.  To find out more about what’s going on at Holy Trinity, subscribe to our weekly e-newsletter by sending us a note using the “Contact Us” page of this website.


Reverend Ed Morgan, Interim Rector

Rob Goodman, Deacon

Holy Trinity Anglican Church is part of the Diocese of CANA West, led by Bishop Felix Orji.

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