Thanks for checking out our website! We invite you to join us at one of our weekend services. We also have a contact form online where you can request information or send comments to us.
For your first visit:
We offer three weekend worship services in our Worship Center—Saturdays at 5:00pm, and Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45am. All three worship services offer the same message, same worship music, and same children’s programming for kids ages newborn through fifth grade. We recommend arriving about ten minutes before the service begins to allow time for parking. Look for the special signs in the parking lot for our first-time guests.
We also have our English-speaking worship service translated live into Spanish during each of our weekend services.
We are located at 1320 Auburn Way S, Auburn, WA (map). Our phone number is 253.833.5660.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What can I expect during Weekend Services?
At Grace Community Church you can feel free to dress as casual or as formal as you like. We encourage you to come as you are. Our worship music offers you a variety of contemporary and modern styles that allow you the opportunity to have a meaningful and deeper praise and worship experience with Jesus. Worship music at our weekend services is a catalyst for living a life of worship throughout the week.
What do you offer for children?
Our Children’s Ministry includes quality programs for children from birth through fifth grade during all of our weekend services. We also offer Life Group studies on Wednesday evenings for children in kindergarten through fifth grade during the school year. Please register at Grace Kids Central in the south hallway. More information can be found on our Grace Kids page.
What do you offer for my students in Middle School and High School?
The Collective is for our Middle School and High School Students. Students have the option on Sunday mornings to attend Sunday Collective Catechism at 9:00am in the Chapel, or attend our worship service. We also encourage students to attend Collective on Wednesday nights during the school year. Middle School students meet 6:30-8:00pm, and High School students meet 7:00-8:30pm. There are also mid-week High School Life Groups. More information can be found on our Student Ministries page.
I’d like to make Grace my church home. What is my next step?
One of the first things we encourage you to do as soon as you sense Grace might become your church family is to attend our membership class. This class will give you a good overview of who we are as a church family and will be helpful to you as you consider whether Grace will become your church home. Think of it as taking a test drive with a new car. You’ll get the opportunity to look under the hood by discovering what is important to us, how we function, and most importantly how you can serve Jesus with us!
The class is scheduled to take place on a specific Sundays and will be announced in our weekend bulletin. To help us plan effectively for each class, we ask that you register ahead of time at the Membership Counter in the main lobby.
For additional information about our membership class, please contact JoAnn at MembershipClass@Graceinauburn.com or 253.833.5660 x212.
What’s the best way to get connected at Grace?
Life Groups! Here at Grace, we place high value on biblical community in a Life Group environment for all ages. We believe that God’s grace is best experienced in an authentic and loving community that happens in life groups. Life Groups have many different looks: men, women, adults, students—they are located in many different areas, meeting in homes or at church, just about every night of the week. For more information, email Lisa at email@example.com.
What if I have questions about God, or it has been a long time since I’ve attended church?
We encourage you to join the Starting Point class. Starting Point is for people who are curious about God, Jesus, the Bible, or Christianity, as well as those who have just begun a relationship with Jesus. It is a conversational environment where people can explore faith and experience community. Starting Point is a safe place for people with questions about faith, as well as those who want to learn about the Bible and Christianity. Groups meet for ten weeks together. Material cost is $25.00 and registration is necessary to attend. Email Lisa at StartingPoint@graceinauburn.com.