Alamo (San Antonio, Texas) Chapter

The Alamo chapter of American Pilgrims is based in San Antonio, Texas and encompasses the boundaries of San Marcos to the north, Brownsville to the south, Del Rio to the west and Schulenburg to the east. The purpose of local chapters is to keep members connected to the Camino and to introduce new people to the phenomenon. We plan to accomplish this in a number of ways, such as social events, walks, mentoring future pilgrims and serving as a venue for hospitalero training through American Pilgrims.

  • To offer opportunities for local pilgrims to gather and hold events related to the Camino.

  • To mentor future pilgrims, promote the pilgrimage and American Pilgrims through social gatherings.

  • To serve as a venue for hospitalero training in the San Antonio region.                             

The chapter will be scheduling walks, talks, potlucks and much more! These will be listed here but you may also want to check the Local and Regional Events page for other events that may be of interest. Contact chapter coordinators Jenny Flores and Angeles Lehmann at Alamo@americanpilgrims.org for more information or to be added to the chapter e-mail list.


ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Announcement:
Anyone living in the greater San Antonio area who is interested in being on the chapter's e-mail list should contact us at Alamo@americanpilgrims.org. Please include your first and last name and your ZIP-code.


EVENTS:
Scheduled Events
Contact the Alamo Chapter at Alamo@americanpilgrims.org to find out what we're doing.

 Are you interested in learning more about the Camino?

The Alamo Chapter Camino Mentor Program can pair individuals who have questions about their upcoming Camino with a nearby veteran who can answer questions. Contact Alamo@americanpilgrims.org for details. Experienced Camino walkers and cyclists who would like to serve as mentors should contact us so that you can be added to our resource list. Potential mentors should provide us with your name, ZIP-code and a brief rundown of your experience including walking or cycling, which route and when. Also you can visit American Pilgrims on the Camino on Facebook for great dialogue, photos and a running commentary about the Camino from like-minded pilgrims.

 
Rev 10/31/17