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Alamo United Methodist Church

4071 N. Foster Rd.  San Antonio, TX  78244   Phone (210) 661-6265

Open Hearts, Open Minds & Open Doors

  A Welcoming Congregation of the United Methodist Church

Worship Sunday at 11:00  AM

To Contact Us:

Phone: 210-661-6265

or 210-666-4575

Email

[email protected]     

Office Hours:

Monday—Thursday  9:00 AM –2:00 PM

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Last Updated:

August 29, 2017  10:01 PM

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Our Missions

Alamo UMC supports the Advance Mission Projects .  We feel that the current economy does not make it convenient for church members to donate to these projects on Special Offering Sundays. Special mission project  pages have been added to allow our members and others to give to worthwhile projects when their budgets permit.  Every dollar donated will help.  You may give using a credit card or a direct donation from your banking institution.   Clicking on the project name will give you more information about the mission.  Clicking on the “Donate” button will take you to the specific mission project secure online donation page.  Anyone who donates may also give credit to either their own church or Alamo United Methodist Church as the sponsoring church on the donation page.


Help to make a difference in the world.  To view other mission projects visit the Advance projects pages by clicking on this link.

Your Special Gifts Count !  Learn more about the ADVANCE!!  

 Give to help those around the world receive the Word of God and eradicate diseases and hunger.  



Current Mission for Our Nation.

We would like to encourage everyone to give hope and inspiration to a recuperating serviceman.  You can do this by sending a postcard or get well card or even a thank you card for your service card to the following address.

A Recovering American Soldier, 

c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center,

6900 Georgia Ave., NW Washington, D.C.  20307-5001


Your message that you cared enough to send a note could make the difference in a serviceman’s journey to recovery.  Every word of encouragement will mean a lot to them.