Welcome!

We hope your visit to our website will be beneficial to you. We invite you to visit our services when you are in the area.

 

WORSHIP ASSEMBLIES

We will have Sunday assemblies only at 10:30 AM until further notice.

*We ask that everyone wear masks during the assembly.*

The service will also be livestreamed.

Please join us in person or on the internet!

SAFETY GUIDELINES

Safety guidelines for our assemblies can be found by clicking the Assembly Guidance link at the top of this page.

LIVESTREAMING 

The livestream of our services can be accessed on the OABS website or by clicking the following link: https://media.oabs.org/hls.php?media=schertz.m3u8

Shortly after the livestream ends, the recording can be accessed in the Archives at OABS or by clicking the "Sermon of the Week" button at the top of this page or on YouTube.

COMMUNION SUPPLIES

If you need communion supplies, please call the office at (210) 658-0269 and we will arrange to provide them for you. We have the pre-filled bread and juice sets available. If you would like to make your own unleavened bread, click here for a recipe.

GIVING

Concerning giving to the work of the church, the elders suggest saving it at home until you meet at the building again or mailing it to the building. You can also drop it off at the building by calling ahead to arrange a time.

Please continue to check this website and our Facebook page for updates.

All members are encouraged to worship and study at home with their families.

There are many resources online with audio and/or video archives of Bible classes, sermons, and full services. Some of these can be found under the Helpful Links tab in the Resources menu of our website.


Vacation Bible School for 2020 has been canceled.


The Annual Schertz Lectures Delayed Until 2021

The 17th Annual Schertz Lectures that were scheduled for November 2020 have been delayed one year.

The new schedule is 14-17 November 2021, with the same topic (Book of Job) and, to the extent possible, the same speakers.

For more information about the Schertz Lectures, click here.