We are pleased to announce and celebrate a return to on-site worship at Central Christian Church on Main Ave. and Camden in downtown San Antonio. We have, in place, Covid-19 protocols. If you are ill, have anxiety about gathering, have a temperature, are part of the vulnerable population, you are encouraged and welcome to delay your return. We may be helped by a smaller beginning at first to be assured we have taken every precaution for a safe experience for everybody as we move forward in living our faith. The choir will not assemble, but music offerings by soloists, duets and music from Dr. Boyer and George Gregory will form musical praise to god. The longest journey begins with the first steps. If you are not able to attend, please remember the assembled in prayer…the assembled will pray for you as well. Stay up to date here and on our Facebook page.

If there is a special prayer, concern or assistance you need addressed, please feel free to call the church office (210) 227-5273 or Dr. Passmore (210) 294-2611.

Blessings and peace,

Dr. Michael S. Passmore
Senior Minister





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  • Michael’s Mind 

    October - 2020

    I write today to reiterate the gratitude to God I hold for the privilege of serving as Senior Minister of Central Christian Church. Our fellowship is part of a great heritage of women and men who were united in establishing this witness for Jesus Christ in San Antonio, Texas. It is also an adventure in faith to overcome the challenges of these times. COVID-19 and our responses to it has altered many of the ways we have understood what it means to be a witness for Christ through the ministries of the church. Things have changed in how we greet one another, how we communicate behind masks, how we share in Communion.

    I want to be clear: I am aware that there are many who are very cautious among us. I appreciate how you seek to keep you and your loved ones safe while remaining faithful to your devotion to God. As we journey through this time of pandemic, social unrest, political partisanship... I pray that our unity will be found in our Christian walk. I encourage our members and friends who have strong reasons to be concerned and take extra precautions to avoid judging those that do things differently. Likewise, I am counting on the younger and healthier among us who are less restricted in social life to honor and respect those who are not.

    We are carefully and confidently adjusting our methods in the “how to” of witnessing in worship and service as a church. We do not need to adjust our acknowledgement that our trust in God and the call to live a Christ-like life remain at the heart of who we are as disciples of Jesus. Our church has a long tradition of tolerance and acceptance of differing interpretations of what it means to live a Christian life during times of change. Barton W. Stone, one of the founders of the Restoration Movement that gave birth to the Christian Church, wrote what has become a motto of the Disciples of Christ:

    “In essentials, unity;
    In non-essentials, liberty; In all things, LOVE.”

    As long as the virus is a threat to the membership of our church family, we will do all we can to be safe, strong, prayerful and loving. Blessings and peace,



    Experiencing life abundant through worshipping God, connecting with each other and the community, and serving others.

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