We, The "communio" of St. Joseph, are a multi-cultural Parish whose center of life is the celebration of the Holy Eucharist, the Sacrament of Love! We are the Eucharistic Community of St. Joseph.
As Disciples of Christ, brothers and sisters, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we are called to worship God, Our Father; we are called to serve one another in charity, to grow in faith, hope, and love; to welcome visitors, and to further the presence of God in the world!
The church provides free emergency food, clothing, counseling and prayer to those in need, including seniors, the disabled, and low income families with children. Supports all of Bexar County.
The untold history of San Antonio’s African American descendants is rich and intricately tied to the stories of Spaniards, Mexicans, Germans and Canary Island populations who helped build this great city.
The San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum (SAAACAM) is working in a grassroots effort to uncover the legacy that reaches back to the early days of the Spanish colonists and Texas Republic. SAAACAM is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization formed to collect, maintain, disseminate, and interpret authentic African American artifacts related to San Antonio history in a community-based digital archive.
SAAACAM is reclaiming San Antonio’s Black history by empowering individuals to curate their own archives and cultivate a community-driven museum of digitized, audiovisual exhibits. Collective legacies of pioneering families will serve as the basis of the evolving collection. Information is compiled and interpreted in the context of the entire City of San Antonio and throughout Bexar County. The development of the archive is ongoing. SAAACAM is a proactive steward of cultural and physical preservation of historic African American resources.
We are a placemaking organization working every day to create a more beautiful, playful, welcoming, and prosperous downtown highlighting the San Antonio Spirit in the heart of the city. Learn about where we serve, how we serve, and everything in-between.
SCORE San Antonio serves as a resource within the local business community by providing efficient and effective delivery of pro bono, high quality technical and managerial mentoring and guidance to prospective and existing small businesses and non-profit organizations in the greater San Antonio, Texas area.
- Volunteer MENTORS who share their expertise across many industries
- Free, confidential business mentoring in person, via email or by video
- Free business TOOLS, templates, and tips here online
- Inexpensive or free business WORKSHOPS (locally) and webinars (online 24/7)
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The San Antonio Fire Museum is owned and operated by the San Antonio Fire Museum Society, a 501(c)(3) public charity. All of its management and operations staff are volunteers dedicating more than 1,200 hours each month to preserving San Antonio’s rich firefighting history.
At the San Antonio Fie Museum, visitors will see antique fire trucks and fire-fighting equipment, artifacts dating back to the mid-1800s and beautifully archived documents and photos. A 1953 International fire truck, built by the Simms Fire Equipment Company, is available for kids to climb on and dress up in authentic replicas of firefighters' turnout gear!
The mission of the Hemisfair Park Area Redevelopment Corporation (HPARC) is to provide San Antonio with a vibrant, inviting, inclusive, and authentic park community.
In 2009, the San Antonio City Council established HPARC, a 501(c)3 nonprofit local government corporation that is governed by a 13-member board comprised of local stakeholders and two City executive staff members. Board members provide direction to Hemisfair staff and are appointed by the San Antonio City Council to serve four-year terms. HPARC is responsible for acquiring property, planning, developing, constructing, managing, maintaining, and financing projects at Hemisfair.
Hemisfair Park Area Redevelopment Corporation (HPARC) and the Hemisfair Conservancy are working together to redevelop and activate the site of the 1968 World’s Fair into a series of three parks in the heart of San Antonio.
Welcome to Hemisfair—it’s home, no matter where you’re from. With one complete public park and two more on the way, Hemisfair has something for everyone.
Things to Do at Hemisfair:
- Eat-Enjoy several local food and drink destinations on your next visit to Hemisfair. Click here to learn more
- Play-Hemisfair is an accessible place for kids of all ages to play. Click here to learn more
- Experience-Explore the memorable and unique experiences available at Hemisfair. Click here to learn more
- Live-Living at Hemisfair means spending your time in a welcoming community with easy access to cultural events, restaurants, and outdoor activities. Click here to learn more
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We have been serving our community from the heart of downtown San Antonio since 1857. We’re proud of our history, and many opportunities here at St. John’s for you to make a positive and lasting difference for yourself, your household, our community, and even beyond!
We warmly invite you to come, discover, and find your place among us. And please let us know if you have any questions!
We are a family-like community with a richly diverse culture, but one in the faith, liturgy and social activities. We seek to be more vibrant and effective in proclaiming the Word of God. We joyfully celebrate communal prayers and worship, especially the Holy Eucharist with utmost reverence and devotion.
The City of San Antonio supports the community’s efforts to end homelessness through participation in the South Alamo Regional Alliance to End Homelessness Continuum of Care; support and coordination with Haven for Hope, and contracts with community-based homeless services providers.
All are truly welcome at Travis Park Church!
Established in 1846, our church is grounded in history and vision. Today, the people of Travis Park Church continue seeking to make the world a better place through transformation of self and community. We serve and learn as siblings from all walks of life: rich and poor, housed and homeless, gay and straight, black and brown and white, secular and sacred, PhD and GED. The people of Travis Park Church seek to live and love as God does: passionately and unconditionally. God calls us on a journey forward, to break down the walls of prejudice, and to embrace all our brothers and sisters.
Travis Park’s commitment to justice means our congregation strives to remove political, cultural, and societal barriers both in the church and community that prevent people from being who God created them to be. This commitment is not based in anybody’s idea of political correctness, but in the actions and teachings of Jesus. The closer our lives mirror his life, the more available we are to experience and become God’s new creation.
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.
Corazon Ministries, a 20+ year-old nonprofit that helps care for San Antonio's unsheltered community, operates out of Travis Park Church.
With unconditional love and justice, we provide support to people experiencing homelessness and to people who are marginalized, suffering from trauma, mental illness, or addiction to enhance mind, body, spirit, creativity, and community.
Corazon San Antonio offers programs aimed at the whole person (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual) to:
- feed those who are physically and spiritually hungry;
- provide a welcoming sanctuary at all campuses for emotional growth, unconditional love, and acceptance;
- provide access to primary health care and dermatology services and referrals;
- educate people about disease prevention and offer testing and vaccines;
- educate people through music and art therapy;
- facilitate recovery from addiction in partnership with our Harm Reduction Program, Recovery Circle, and sober living homes;
- advocate for people who are poor, homeless, marginalized, and/or mentally ill at the local and/or state level;
- offer volunteers the opportunity to be renewed by serving and building new relationships with people who are homeless and/or marginalized, or living in addiction;
- coordinate our services and ministry with other community organizations in order to better meet the needs of people who are homeless, marginalized ,and/or mentally ill; and
- Rrefer people to local agencies for services and support not provided by Corazon.
Building industry professionals and educators help high school students learn more about potential careers in architecture, engineering, and construction.
During the program, students work in teams under the mentorship of experienced professionals, who guide them through projects that meet real industry requirements. The result is an opportunity to gain practical insight into what building industry professionals do to transform their ideas from an initial concept into a finished building.
Students also visit professional firms, attend College Night at the University of Texas at San Antonio CACP, and attend lectures on industry topics.
At the conclusion of the program year, students present their design solutions and receive feedback from local industry leaders.
In addition, every qualified senior who goes on to university study in a building industry-related field is eligible for a local scholarship.
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Welcome to the newest, oldest, Presbyterian congregation in San Antonio! For 170 years FPC has been living to make Jesus visible here in center-city San Antonio and around the globe. We are a regional, Christ-centered, Biblically orthodox, missions-driven, disciple-making congregation that’s part of a brand new denomination: The Evangelical Covenant Order Of Presbyterians (ECO).
We major in vibrant worship (3 services each Sunday, plus special services all year long), Sunday school and small groups for all ages, a dynamic music ministry, and other ministries targeting all ages. We have a heart for the city, and for the world, which fuels a number of justice and mercy ministries in downtown SA, and launches a variety of mission teams around the world that seek to bring people to Christ while addressing their basic needs……linking the Great Commission (Matthew 28: 19-20) and the Great Commandment (Matthew 22: 37) in a holistic way. We believe that knowing Christ makes all the difference in the world…..now….and eternally.
At St. Mark’s, we are guided by our core vocation, Feeding San Antonio with the Bread of Life.
With our proximity to the Greyhound station, we help those in need of bus travel for safety, opportunities, and family needs. In order to serve most fully, we are able to provide one bus ticket per person each calendar year.
Deer Oaks provides clinically effective psychological and psychiatric services to residents of long-term care and assisted living facilities, serving as an integral part of the multidisciplinary care team in order to improve the patients’ overall health, wellbeing, and clinical outcomes.
Our strong understanding of both state and federal CMS regulations gives us the ability to provide unparalleled clinical documentation, proactively reduce re-hospitalization rates, and deliver outcome-based care.
Our psychiatric service program gives us the ability to bring our expertise on-site to your residents. Our team of psychiatrists, advanced nurse practitioners, and physician assistants work hard to ensure your residents are on the least amount of medication that is required to effectively manage their needs.
For residents in long-term care communities, our dedicated team of doctoral-level licensed psychologists and licensed clinical social workers work on-site as the experts in geriatric behavioral health.
In rural areas where behavioral health provider shortages exist, we overcome these challenges through our Tele-Behavioral health program that mirrors our on-site programs.
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.
Christian Assistance Ministry (CAM) is a faith based organization that welcomes all people in crisis and provides them with immediate help.
CAM serves over 50,000 people annually and is supported by 70 member churches, local foundations, individual donors and more than 200 dedicated volunteers.
CAM serves those in crisis and in need of their most basic necessities such as lunches for people who are homeless, groceries, clothing, prescriptions assistance, bus tickets, and ID or Birth certificate.
SAGE serves as an economic development resource for current business owners and potential new businesses moving into our Eastside community.
As Promise Zone partners, SAGE champions investments that improve the quality of life for individuals, families, neighborhoods, and businesses on San Antonio’s Eastside.
We are dedicated to reversing decades of disinvestment, expanding opportunity for all Promise Zone residents, and improving the quality of life on the Eastside.