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February 11 - March 24

Sanctuary Service | 8:45 and 11 a.m.

Modern Service | 9:45 a.m.


Join us in worship during the season of lent as we study and practice prayer in pursuit of new eyes to see. We hope this sermon series will allow us all to reflect, listen, and prepare for the coming of Easter.

40 Cans for 40 Days

February 14 - March 24


During the season of Lent, we commemorate both the Israelite's 40 years and Jesus' 40 days in the wilderness as we prepare for the coming of Resurrection Sunday. 


Traditionally, people observe this time of preparation by fasting or abstaining from certain activities, foods, or habits.  


We would like to invite you to partner with us in one of AHUMC's Lenten practices. As you go through 40 days of preparation, we’d hope you will join us in prayer for the Hope Center. We also ask that you will consider donating a can of food for each of the 40 days of Lent.


March 6, 2024


The Board of Trustees and its subcommittee would like to update the congregation on the status of the northeast corner project. Join us for a Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, March 6 at 5:30 p.m. for additional information and an opportunity to ask questions.

ACA Day in Recovery

May 11, 2024


This conference is for anyone in recovery or wanting to get more information about recovery.  In addition to lunch and dinner, your registration includes access to workshops, meetings, and guest speakers, including Counselor Amy Fisher Hodges, RN, Coach.


Registration Now Open | Closes May 15


For a second year, AHUMC Youth will go above and beyond for their summer mission trip by taking "VBS on the Road" to Freer, Texas. During June 19-22, the youth will reuse the materials from the Children's Ministry's VBS week, allowing them to bring a fun and exciting program to kids in the area. This time, the youth's families can also attend the trip!


Registration Now Open | Closes May 15


The AHUMC Youth Ministry will join U.M. Army in the Rio Grande Valley for one of their mission trips this summer. U.M. Army is a student leadership organization that works to share the love of Christ through building relationships and meeting needs. During the trip, the youth will build wheelchair ramps and repair homes for economically challenged families in the area while making new friendships with each other and those they serve.