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Celebrating 50 Years

Reconciliation is a faith community where we all seek a deeper connection with God through the Way of Christ.  We welcome all God’s people.
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We have a long tradition of welcoming those who have not found welcome in other faith communities.  We are here to support one another in our spiritual and life journeys as followers of the Way of Christ.  

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Reconciliation is a unique, deeply rooted church in the northeast side of San Antonio that has a rich DNA dating back 50 years.  

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To better understand our history, we recorded stories to help you understand our past, our present, and our future as Reconciliation celebrated our 50th Anniversary that have made our church and community so unique.  CLICK TO HEAR OUR STORIES

For 17 years our parish had Fr. Robert Woody as our Rector.  Here is his life story that he told during his last Romeo and Juliet gathering.  
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Bishops of all six Episcopal Dioceses in Texas Issue a Joint Statement Decrying the Inhumane Conditions at Our Country’s Borders
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Reconciliation is conducting a search for a new rector after the retirement of Robert Woody, our beloved Rector of 17 years.  Although the activities of the search committee are confidential, we want to communicate how the process works, the progress, and give periodic status reports. 

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LATEST STATUS

Prayer for Calling a New Rector

Almighty God, giver of every good gift: Look graciously on your Church, and so guide the minds of those who shall choose a rector for this parish, that we may receive a faithful pastor, who will care for your people and equip us for our ministries; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

  • Book of Common Prayer, p. 818
 

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