What To Expect

What to Expect

We hope that your first visit to Auburn United Methodist Church will be a great experience – a place to meet the God who loves you and some people who will love to meet you too. This page is your source for answers to commonly asked questions about visiting our church. If you don’t find what you are looking for here, please give us a call at 334-826-8800.


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Where Is The Church?  

We are located in beautiful downtown Auburn, Alabama at 220 East Magnolia Avenue.  (Church offices and education buildings face 137 South Gay Street)

Where Should I Park?


Sunday morning

Parking is available in our Gay St. and Magnolia St lots.  The small Magnolia St. lot just to the side of the sanctuary entrance is reserved for handicapped parking on Sunday mornings.


Parking is available on weekdays in our Gay St. lot and Magnolia St. lots.  Parking is free for all church events and church business.  Parking for other business is available for $8 per day.

What Do I Wear?

Please dress comfortably. We say “come as you are.” Many people dress up, but a lot of our folks wear casual and comfortable clothes. We don’t want you to worry about what you will wear, we just want you to come and experience God’s love!

What Is The Sunday Morning Schedule?

Rejoice with us this fall as we prepare for the Advent season:

8:30am | Worship in the Founder’s Chapel
Childcare available in the nursery

9:45am | Sunday School Hour & Adult Bible Study

11am | Worship in the Sanctuary
Children’s Church offered following Children’s Moment

Enjoy coffee and fellowship in Mathison Lobby in between Worship Services and Sunday School. Children’s Sunday School drop-off will begin at 9:30am. We can’t wait to see you all there!

What About My Children?

We strongly believe that raising our children to know God’s love for them is one of our greatest responsibilities and privileges.  We offer a nursery for your littlest ones and children’s and youth Sunday school for older children and youth.