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History

Covenant Presbyterian Church began in 1956 as a mission church in the “wilderness” of north San Antonio in the newly incorporated City of Castle Hills.   Worshippers gathered at a shopping center as money was raised for the first church building.  In the early years, Covenant grew at the same fast pace of the surrounding community.  People came, more buildings were built, more staff was hired, pastors and leaders changed, and the church was full with children and adults, preaching, teaching, learning, family night suppers, mission trips, Sunday School and Youth Groups.   Lifelong friendships were made and continue today.  

There have been many changes during Covenant’s history.   The “wilderness” at the edge of north San Antonio is wilderness no more, as homes and businesses densely populate the area and the City of Castle Hills is surrounded by development.    Covenant’s membership has changed as well through the years.  A few of Covenant’s founding members are members today, and their vision, work and faithfulness is honored and will always be remembered.   Many children and youth of the “young families” during the early years have scattered, and so have some of the parents, but some remain a vital part of the life of this church.   Many of Covenant’s current members have joined over the last 15 years, and the church is growing again.  From infants to centenarians, Covenant has members of every age.  People in all stages of life — students, working, active-duty military, retirees from many careers, married, unmarried, families with children, “empty nesters” and households with multi-generations — make up this diverse church family.   

With the arrival of Dr. Dan Milford as Covenant’s new Pastor, there is great excitement and anticipation for what God has in store for this church as Covenant’s people continue to seek to be God’s people and serve our church, our community, and our world.

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Service Times & Directions

Sunday Meeting Times

Contemporary Service 9:00 AM

Sunday School 10:00 AM

Traditional Service 11:05 AM

From IH-10

Loop 410 East Exit 19B, Military Dr./Blanco Rd. Take the Blanco Rd. Turnaround and stay on the frontage road and turn right on Roleto Dr.

From IH-35 or U.S. Highway 281

Loop 410 West Exit 20A, San Pedro/Blanco Rd. Exit to Blanco Rd., go through the Loop 410/Blanco light, stay on the frontage road and turn right on Roleto Drive

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211 Roleto
San Antonio, Texas 78213
210-342-5253