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Worship Services


Sanctuary Service

SUNDAY 11:00 A.M. | IN-PERSON/ONLINE

Come and See Live

SUNDAY 9:00 A.M. | WATCH THE ARCHIVES

Sunday School

SUNDAY 9:45 A.M. | IN-PERSON/ONLINE

Prayer Gathering

WEDNESDAY 5:30 P.M. | ZOOM

Fellowship Time

SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. | FELLOWSHIP HALL

Giving Options


In addition to giving your tithes and offerings during worship, there are several other ways to give.

Give Online

You can quickly and easily make one-time or recurring online donations using our online giving portal.

Give Online

Online Giving Tutorial

Text to Give

You can text a gift to Laurel Heights using your phone.

Text LHUMC to 73256

Other Options

Checks can be mailed to the church

Laurel Heights UMC, Attn: Bookkeeper
227 W. Woodlawn
San Antonio, TX 78212

Stewardship and Generosity


We believe that everything we have comes from God. We are merely the stewards for those gifts. Stewardship—to serve as one who manages another’s property, finances or other affairs—is not just means for the church to raise money. It is a way of life that recognizes that everything we have is God’s and we are simply managing those resources while here on earth.

Connections: The Gift of Belonging
2022 Financial Offering

The church’s Stewardship Committee has planned a month of reflection and celebration on the theme of Connections: The Gift of Belonging. Our series will culminate on Sunday, October 24 with a Jazz Brunch on the Plaza. We’ll meet on Rowe Plaza from 9:30 to 10:30am and enjoy a light breakfast with jazz music. You can even stay in your car if you’d like or pick up a brunch box to go.

Laurel Heights continues to provide us with ways to grow in faith, friendship, and serving. I look forward to sharing these life-giving connections in these special ways during the weeks of October.

Susie Guven, chair

LHUMC Stewardship Committee

In a trying time, Laurel Heights is Giving Hope

Be inspired by new ways to Give Hope

Kathy’s hope for the future

Rusty’s story on the power of prayer

Wesley’s story of giving

Barbara’s message of hope