Alamo Heights United Methodist Church is a Christian community of love, hope, and belonging for all.


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Share God's love

Serve the world



We are all children of God. The love of our divine parent is unconditional and free. We are God’s delight and the joy of God’s heart. We receive the invitation to live freely as daughters and sons partnering with God in bringing restoration. We rest, we belong, we follow.

Genesis 2  •  The Book of Ruth  •  Matthew 3:13-17  •  Matthew 7:7-11  •  Luke 11:9-13  •  Luke 15:11-32

There is a story of God in the ancient Text of the scriptures. Our story finds meaning in God’s Story. The way we wrestle with the Bible matters. Context, community dialogue, and the loving application of the Text inform our journey.

Genesis 32 • Deuteronomy 6:4-9 • Psalm 119 • Matthew 5-7 • John 5:39-40 • 2 Timothy 3:16

As beloved children of God we have an invitation and responsibility to love, serve, and honor all of creation. We have a role to play in compassionately putting the broken pieces of the world and our lives back together. As we live into our role in every moment and interaction, we are transformed.

Genesis 12  •  Leviticus 19:18  •  Micah 6:8  •  Luke 10:25-27  •  Matthew 25:31-45

We are created for relationship. God is relationship and we come from God. We live within community—we need it and it needs us.

Genesis 1:26  •  Ruth 1:16-17 •  Matthew 3:13-17  •  John 17:20-23  •  1 Corinthians 12:12-26

Our story and our experience tells us there is something about God that is as close to us as our very breath and yet as mysterious and dynamic as the wind. We call that the Spirit of God and we believe that it fuels, guides, and unites all existence.

Genesis 1-2  •  Genesis 8:1  •  Exodus 12:21; 31:1-11  •  Ezekiel 37:1-14  •  Matthew 3:13-17  •  John 14:26



The United Methodist Church is a 12.6-million-strong global church that opens hearts, opens minds, and open doors through active engagement with our world. John Wesley and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action. This emphasis on what Wesley referred to as "practical divinity" has continued to be a hallmark of United Methodism today.