Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect in a visit?

It can be intimidating to visit anything for the first time. It’s always helpful to know a bit about what to expect.

  1. Our worship service lasts around one hour. The focal point will be a message from our pastor, directly from the Bible.

  2. We have music led by our worship team, usually consisting of keyboard, guitars, and drums. Our style-blend is typically 75% contemporary Christian music, and 25% hymns.

  3. People dress in a variety of ways, some in jeans and t-shirts, some in dress clothes. You will be welcomed however you dress. You may feel most comfortable in business-casual attire.

  4. If you have children, they are welcome to stay with you during the service. However, we do offer childcare from birth through 2nd Grade. Children from birth to age 3 will go directly to the education building; adjacent to the sanctuary (a separate building). Children age 4 through 2nd grade will sit with parents/guardians during the music portion of the service and then dismiss to Calvary Kidz. If you have any issues finding it, ask a greeter in the sanctuary lobby.


Where and when do You meet?

Our church meets for worship every Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. at 910 W Loop 1604 N in San Antonio, TX

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What do you believe?

In short, we believe the Bible to be the inspired and inerrant Word of God. We worship the Triune God (Father, Son, and Spirit). We believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God who lived a sinless life, died a substitutionary death on our behalf, and bodily rose from the grave. One day Jesus will return to make all things new.

For a longer statement of our faith, see The Baptist Faith and Message 2000.


What is your history?

In 1981, a small group Bible study met that would become Calvary Hills Baptist Mission.

In 1985, the first worship service and Sunday School classes were held in the new building, which is today’s fellowship hall.

In 1986, Calvary Hills Baptist church became a self supporting local church, meeting for weekly worship.