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Touching lives through television for 45 years

Our Sunday Morning worship service is broadcast live on KSAT 12-TV
Normal viewing time: 11:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon


Are you out of our viewing area and unable to watch us on KSAT-12?
Click here to view the broadcast via our live video streaming Sunday mornings at 11:00 a.m. C.S.T.
 
Over 30,000 people worship with us at First Baptist Church through our live television broadcast. For 45 years the sermons and songs of this telecast have been an anchor of hope to the people of South Texas. Each week we hear from homebound or hospitalized people who found help through this ministry. Many of our recent new members of our church have found First Baptist Church by "watching television".

Special Offering
TV Ministry

Television Ministry Special Offering

Each year this weekly LIVE broadcast is made possible through the generosity of individuals like yourself. Each year FBCSA establishes a goal to help support our airtime costs. For 2016 the "Television Ministry Special Offering" goal is $438,000. Y-T-D we have raised $346,098.



Thank you for your continued support for this amazing missional outreach opportunity for the South Texas community! If you would like to make a donation you can do so by choosing one of the options listed below.


Click the "Donate Now" button, select "TV Ministry" from the "Giving Type" drop down menu, and then enter the amount that you wish to donate.






Or donate by Mail:

First Baptist Church San Antonio
Television Ministry
515 McCullough Ave

San Antonio, Texas 78215


Looking for Volunteers
TV Ministry

Looking For Volunteers

The First Baptist Television Ministry is in its 43rd year of broadcasting the 11am Worship Service LIVE to thousands of South Texans each Sunday morning on KSAT-12 TV. Through the years so many wonderful individuals have lent their time and talents to this amazing community outreach ministry. Now, maybe it can be your turn! You do not need to have any formal training or background in broadcasting, rather just the desire to serve the Lord. All training will be provided to you. If you are interested in volunteering in the Television Ministry you can either call the church office at 210-226-0363 or send an email to sign up. Pray about it and ask the Lord where He will have you serve!


Staff Leadership
Broadcast & Media Ministries

Director of Media & Broadcast Ministries

Chris Lair began serving at First Baptist Church in 2003 running live sound for Worship Services and Special Events.  He is now is in his 9th year as Director of Media & Broadcast Ministries. Chris graduated from MacArthur H.S. in San Antonio in 1993. He then attended Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) in San Marcos, majoring in Broadcast Journalism & Speech Communications and minoring in Music. Chris has worked for several local radio stations including WOAI/KJ-97, Y100/KKYX, and Magic 105.3 in a variety of areas including News, Sports, Programming and Production.

Chris provides leadership for all of FBC's media outlets including the 43 year old Television Ministry, CD/DVD duplication Ministry, Online Media (Live Audio/Video Streaming, Podcasting, Media Content for the Website), Media Production & Support for Special Events, and I.T. assistance for the Church.

Chris is married to Alicia Lair and they have three children, Brett, Dylan, and Emily.

The Media Ministry focuses on Reaching, Teaching, and Ministering to those who are unable to attend FBC services and those that might be unsaved but looking to form a relationship with Jesus Christ..

Media & Communications Associate

Robert Haston began serving at First Baptist Church in 1996 as a volunteer in the Television Ministry while still in Middle School. For 18 years now, he has volunteered his time as a Camera Operator, Technical Director, Graphics Operator and on occasion, as a producer for special events. Robert is now in his 2nd year as the Media & Communications Associate at FBC. His weekly responsibilities include handling all media duplication requests, assisting with social media, serving as technical director for the Logos Worship Service on Sundays in the Chapel, I.T. assistance for the Church, and video editing for special projects.

Robert is a graduate of MacArthur H.S. in San Antonio. Before his tenure as Media Assistant at FBC he served as a Camera Operator for the Shamu "Believe" show at Sea World of San Antonio.