AHUMC's recovery community honors the biblical roots of the 12-Step Movement. We seek to grow in our recovery through commitment to the program, sponsorship, fellowship, and study.

Select a group below.

Alcoholics Anonymous


Various groups meet at our church to help those seeking sobriety and recovery from alcoholism.


AA 12-Step StudyTuesdays7:30 p.m.W100/101
AA Women's Big BookWednesdays6:30 p.m.W100/101
AA Men's Big BookWednesdays6:30 p.m.W104

Adult Children of Alcoholics / Dysfunctional Families


This weekly meeting is for the adult children of an alcoholic parent or a dysfunctional family.


ACADFThursdays6:30 p.m.W104

Debtors Anonymous


Debtors Anonymous offers hope for people whose use of unsecured debt causes problems and suffering in their lives and the lives of others.


Clarity GroupSundays5 p.m.ZOOM

The Pioneer Group


The Pioneer Group is a fellowship of men and women in or interested in 12-Step Recovery. The format is an open discussion and study of the Bible and Recovery literature.


Pioneer @ AHUMCFridays7:15 p.m.W100/101 & ZOOM

Recovery International


Helping people learn to identify and manage negative thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and behaviors that can lead to emotional distress and related physical symptoms.


Mental Health Self-HelpTuesdays10 a.m.ZOOM

Sexaholics Anonymous


Sexaholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope to solve their common problem and help others to recover from addiction to lust, pornography and sexual acting out. For more information about meetings, call or text at 210-570-6496.


SA Group 1Mondays12 p.m.W105
SA Group 2Wednesdays6:30 p.m.W105
SA Group 3Thursdays12 p.m.W105
SA Group 4Fridays12 p.m.W105
SA Group 5Fridays7 p.m.W105

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous


This group is open to anyone seeking sobriety and recovery from sex and love addiction.


SLAATuesdays6:30 p.m.W105