Redeemer Community Church of San Antonio is an evangelical church that holds traditional reformed and baptist positions. We are a reformed church in that we hold to the traditional doctrinal understandings inherited through the Protestant Reformation. We are baptistic in that we practice baptism of believers. However, there are people within our church who hold varying views on these and many issues, and we are not part of a denomination. We are committed to expository preaching and missional outreach. We are in alignment with the Gospel Coalition and IX Marks.

The Bible is the foundation of everything we believe about who God is and what He desires of mankind. While we do not hold directly to any denomination or historic confession of faith, our understanding of the Bible is informed by historic creeds like the Apostles’ and Nicene creeds and by historic confessions like the Westminster and London confessions. We are indebted to those from a variety of Christian traditions and backgrounds who have helped us shape our beliefs – men from church history like Augustine, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Jonathan Edwards, and Charles Spurgeon and contemporary thinkers like John Piper, RC Sproul, John MacArthur, CJ Mahaney, David Platt, Francis Chan, and Matt Chandler. We desire to be thoroughly biblical in our beliefs, attitudes, and actions.

If you are looking for an evangelical, reformed church in San Antonio and want to find out more about what we believe, follow the link to our Affirmation of Faith. This statement is a summary of those truths of God revealed in the Scriptures that we believe are essential for the understanding and defense of the Gospel, for instruction in Godly living, for the order of a New Testament church and for evangelism. This document is a foundational guide for all instruction, teaching, preaching, living, and worship at Redeemer. If you have specific questions about our beliefs or how we are organized as a church, please email us at or call us at (210) 201-4733 (Voicemail Only).  We’ll answer any and all questions as quickly and accurately as possible.

Affirmation of Faith