When and where do you meet? 

We are currently gathering for worship on Sunday evenings at 5pm at Trinity Lutheran Church. [446 S Gay St, Auburn, AL 36830] . Grace Auburn will be moving to our new home at 720 E Glenn Ave in May 2019.

Children's ministry is currently available for birth - 7 years. We suggest families with children arrive by 4:45pm to allow for check-in time.  

Limited parking is available at Trinity Lutheran, but additional parking is available at Auburn Christian Student Center or on the corner of Samford and College B and C Lots. The church is a 2 minute walk around the corner, just past Amsterdam Cafe. Handicap parking and limited mobility ramps are available in both the front and rear parking areas. 

Why another church in Auburn?  

The short answer is because new churches are part of God's plan to build His Church around the world. Auburn is home to far more people who don't know Jesus, than those who do. Auburn University hosts more than 2000 students from nations other than the USA; many of which have yet to be reached with the gospel.

Auburn is one of the fastest growing areas in Alabama with new individuals and families arriving each year. Finally, as we have sought wise counsel from trusted local church leaders, their response has been affirming of our calling to plant this new faith community.

What denomination?

Grace Auburn is a non-denominational church, but we affiliate with The Gospel Coalition , The Summit Network and we are in partnership with North Metro Church  and The Summit Church . 

Grace Auburn is not affiliated with Trinity Lutheran Church, but we are very grateful for their generosity in allowing us to meet in their facilities as we begin. 

What are your services like? 

Every week, we gather for worship -- because Jesus is life and because Jesus is worthy. Our services have a structured liturgy that includes reading the Bible, prayer, singing songs of worship, confession, expository preaching, and communion. And after all of that... we often eat dinner together. 

Because there are more than 3.14 billion people on earth who have yet to hear of Jesus, we also take time to pray specifically for one of the 7,000+ unreached people groups on earth each week. 

“  Jesus replied ‘love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself” Matthew 22:37-39”