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FAQ

You've got questions. We've got answers.

What is a typical worship service like?

Pre-Covid Gathering Sunday worship services were previously held at Hawthorne Academy in their beautiful auditorium. Our services are laid back, casual, and filled with peace and joy. During our services we pray, worship through music, learn from biblical teaching, and partake in the Lord's Supper every Sunday. Dress is casual and comfortable.


Currently we gather online and worship through our uniquely produced YouTube offerings. Some folks view our online service on Saturdays and other on Sundays, either in microGatherings or on their own. If you would like to attend an online service where you can chat and connect with others we offer a pre-scheduled service on our Home Page at 10:30am on Sundays.

Is Gathering Midtown connected to a denomination?

Denominationally we are an Anglican church. However, we are a member of a missions society called the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) which is not technically a denominational body. AMiA is called and focused on leading people to Jesus and planting churches here in the United States. If you have any other questions about AMiA please reach out to us.

Who attends Gathering Midtown?

Gathering is a diverse and unique body of Christ that represents the downtown area of San Antonio, Texas. We have empty-nesters and young families, young professionals and first responders, architects, teachers, doctors, welders, mailmen and anything else you could think of. Our congregation is filled with the wounded, the healed, the searching, and the found. All are welcome.

How many people call Gathering Midtown home?

Gathering Midtown started with six friends and six hundred bucks in San Pedro Park on June 3rd, 2012. Since then we've grown to a congregation of about 140 people total.

Can visitors take communion?

If you are a follower and disciple of Jesus Christ then we are happy to have you join us in the Lord's Supper. If you have not made a decision to put your faith in Jesus yet, we ask that you abstain from communion as it is a sacred act. However, we are always happy to have a conversation about communion and it's role in our faith.

What is Sunday worship like?

Our time of worship is spirit led and ranges from ancient hymns to contemporary arrangements. We sing songs that glorify God, welcome the Holy Spirit, and uplift the name of Jesus. We sing everything from Come Thou Fount, written in the 18th century by Robert Robinson, to Hillsong and Red Rocks Worship. We have toe-tappers and hand-raisers,