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Few people have avoided having their lives upended by the Coronavirus pandemic. Oak Hills Church cares. We are here to help. Loving, Christ-centered help is available to anyone in need.

Though our campus building is closed, we remain available to assist. We are prepared to walk alongside you to provide God’s love, support, and counsel as you navigate difficult times. You don’t have to walk the path alone. Please contact us for help. 

Phone: 210.698.4620 or 210.698.4624
Email: care@oakhillschurch.com
Request Prayer: Click HERE to share a Prayer Request

Phone: 210.698.4624 or 210.698.4620
Email: TammyM@oakhillschurch.com

Support Available

Oak Hills Church Support is available to anyone who seeks Christian care.   

Financial Support | Help with current or potential financial crisis due to job loss, illness or death that impacts the ability of the family to function normally (provide food, pay bills, home upkeep, transportation, etc.).  

Relationship Support | Help with relationship issues (marital, parent-child, aging parent(s), former spouses, siblings).  

Emotional Support | Help with feeling overwhelmed by emotions such as depression, sadness, anxiety, or shame.   

Bereavement Support | Help because of the death or loss of a parent, spouse, child, family member, friend, coworker or neighbor.   

Abandonment & Abuse Support | Help because of divorce or abandonment by a spouse or parent, or the threat of such. Help through abuse of any kind. Help with unresolved issues from childhood.   

Addiction Support | Help due to excessive use of drugs and/or alcohol or addiction to a behavior (such as eating, sex, spending, etc.).  

Food Insecurity Support | Help if you or someone you know is facing a food insecurity crisis.

Food Assistance 


Oak Hills Church partners with SA Hope Center for food assistance. 
SA Hope Center is expanding its food assistance operation to meet the most urgent basic needs of our community. 
For help with food or other needs, please call 210.732.3776. SA Hope is open Monday - Friday, 9 AM- 5 PM. Case managers are available to provide phone, virtual or in-person services to help with employment, parenting classes, financial literacy, and others.  Safety measures include: Mandatory face masks, social distancing in lobby and classrooms, plexiglass barriers in office spaces and limiting building capacities. For a list of area pantries, call 211.

Phone: 210.732.3776
Website : Click HERE
Main Campus Location : 321 N. General McMullen, San Antonio TX 78237  


Food is available through the San Antonio Food Bank. Preregistration for a time, place, and date to receive assistance is required. Residents can sign up through the web page or call the food bank’s helpline at 210.431.8326 during normal business hours. Applicants will be notified once they are preregistered.

Phone: 210.431.8326
Website: Click HERE   to sign up