Alamo Heights United Methodist Church is a community of faith journeyers located in San Antonio, Texas. We come together to explore, dialogue, learn, and love—to partner with God in bringing the Kingdom of Heaven to Earth by making Disciples of Jesus Christ.
Community is essential to the way we grow in our faith. As such, we walk together in love and authenticity. We want this place to be a home for you, a place where you find family, and a place to turn to when you are broken. All are welcome.
Expect to be welcomed and accepted just as you are. AHUMC currently offers 3 services (8:30am, 9:30am, and 11:00am) in the main sanctuary and 2 services (9:30am and 11:00am) in the CLC every Sunday. The content and structure of all five services are the same each week—but the style varies. The style of the main sanctuary involves organ and choir led hymns while the style of the CLC involves multimedia and a band. All of our worship services last about an hour.
Where do I go once I arrive?
No matter where you park, head toward the atrium—the three-story tower with a lot of windows in the middle of our campus. You can find your way to any part of our campus from there—and you can usually find someone to help you get there too.
Is there Sunday school or child care?
Absolutely. We offer both nursery childcare and a wonderful Children’s Ministry for ages 2 through 11. For more information on the nursery or the Children’s Ministry, click here. Grades 6 through 12 are invited to join the Student Ministry. For more information on times and locations, click here.
Will I fit in?
Without question—and if for any reason, you do not feel that is the case, please talk to us about it. If anyone does not feel welcome or accepted in our community, we feel that is our problem and we want to know about it and work to change it.
What is expected of me?
For our visitors, we don’t want you to feel like anything is expected of you. We want you to feel like our guests—and we promise not to put you on the spot while you are visiting or stalk you after you leave. What we do expect from everyone is a baseline of loving and accepting all people. We are committed to openly and lovingly journeying together.
How can I connect with others?
We offer a number of worship, study, support, and community opportunities throughout the week. Click here for more information about what is going on AHUMC right now. And if you would like to call us or send us an e-mail so that we can help you get plugged in, click here.