We hope your visit to our web site will be beneficial to you and we invite you to visit our services when you are in the area.
Sunday morning: Bible Class 9:30 AM
Sunday evening: Worship 5:00 PM
Wednesday Bible class: 7:00 PM
Worship 10:30 AM
We are located in Schertz, a city on the northern edge of San Antonio, TX. To reach the building from I-35,
take exit 174B (Schertz Parkway) and go 3 miles east. The building is on the right at 501 Schertz Parkway.
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You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, write or call us using the information below.
Each Fall we host the Schertz Lectures.
Fourteenth Annual Schertz Lectures November 12-15, 2017
For information about these Bible lessons, please use the link at the left labeled ANNUAL LECTURES.
What to Expect When You Visit Us
Many people are reluctant to visit a church assembly if they do not know what to expect when they get there.
When you visit the Schertz church of Christ you will find:
- A group of friendly people, who will greet you warmly and help you find your way to the appropriate class or assembly. You will not be embarrassed by being asked to publicly identify yourself, or give a donation, or take any visible role.
- A worship service that is simple, reverent, and sincere. The atmosphere is neither ritualistic nor emotional, but establishes an environment in which the message of God to mankind motivates us to return His love and gladly serve Him.
- Acts of worship that are based solely on the Scriptures. For example, we partake of the Lord's Supper every Sunday.
- Bible classes that foster open discussion of God's Word and its application to "real world" problems.
The following citation from the Encyclopedia Britannica reflects our distinctive characteristics:
||The Churches of Christ have no creed in the sense of a humanly formulated statement containing official articles of faith. They believe in the manifestation of God in Christ, in the all-sufficiency of the Bible, with the primacy of the New Testament as the revelation of the will of God and the only rule of faith and practice. They continue to advocate the restoration of New Testament Christianity. They believe that the word of God is the seed of the church. When received it produces faith in Christ, repentance from sin, confession of faith in Christ, burial with Christ in Baptism for the remission of sins, and thus leads to Christian worship, Christian living and the hope of eternal life as it did in New Testament times.