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Christian Education

Christian Education Presbyterians value learning, and we offer an adult Sunday School class after worship each week. The class meets in our church lounge where, over coffee and treats, we discuss topics to help us better understand our role as Christians in today’s world. Invited guest lecturers often guide our conversations. Films and documentaries also help inform the class discussions.

The youth of our church may participate in Sunday School, as well as a fellowship group, both of which meet weekly, under the guidance of our youth leader. Parents often play an active role as drivers and chaperones for events.

A weekly Bible Study convenes for interested members gathering to study and discuss the Scriptures and what they teach us.


Our older young people may volunteer to be a part of the team of acolytes, or worship helpers, who symbolically bring in God’s Light by lighting the candles at the beginning of each Sunday worship service.


Part of our life as Presbyterians is the enjoyment of the fellowship with others. After worship, coffee and cookies greet congregants as they leave the Sanctuary. Several times a year, we gather for a church lunch.

Special social events and work sessions strengthen our bonds of friendship and community.

Friend's Table

In 2018, the Friends Table will start its 15th year of outreach to the community. Each Monday, lunch is served from 11 am to noon. Many guests join us in Fellowship Hall for good food and fellowship. Two carry-out meals are also available for those who cannot stay. We also have volunteers who deliver meals to shut-ins weekly. God has blessed this mission and all volunteers feel blessed to be involved in this ministry.

Local Mission

Our church deacons often step in to provide assistance to members and non-members who are in need.

The church has a long history of supporting Scout organizations. Currently, we provide a meeting place and financial assistance to several units, serving boys and girls from this area.

Each week, the money collected through regular offering supports a wide variety of church services and unique missions in Auburn, in America and internationally. Our church annually directs special offerings to advance special interests of our denomination which include peacemaking endeavors, disaster assistance, care for children with incarcerated parents, minority youth and youth at risk, and retired ministers and their spouses.

Boy Scouts

Ministries Boy ScoutsBoy Scout Troop 169 has regular meetings on Mondays at the Auburn Presbyterian Church from 7:00-8:30p.m. The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

The troop is open to new youth members.

Current key leadership in the troop:
Scoutmaster- Tom Bassett
Troop Committee Chairman- Mark Bassett
Scouting Coordinator –Myron Wentworth

Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts strives to build girls of courage, confidence and character to help girls become leaders of the future.  Girl Scouts believe in the power of  G.I.R.L. (go-getter, innovator, risk taker and leader) to change the world and practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure and success. 
Girl Scouts is grateful for the Auburn Presbyterian Church and the rooms they allow us to meet in each week.  We have five troops currently:  
Troop 50593 is a Daisy troop of 10 girls in Kindergarten and 1st grade  (Co-leaders are Jenna Johnston and Cassi Harr)
Troop 00034 is a Junior Troop of 13 girls in fourth grade  (Co-leaders are Shawna Woodlee and Sheila Woods)
Troop 20121 is a Cadette Girl Scout Troop of 9 girls grades 6, 7 and 8  (Co-leaders are Helen Dickman and Shirley Kessler)
Troop 20070 is a Cadette Girl Scout Troop of 3 girls in grade 8 (Co leaders are Megan Moss and Malvrie Stafford)
Troop 00126 is a Senior/Ambassador Troop of 3 girls in grades 10 and 11  (Co-leaders are Kathy Carper, Linda Adams and Sandy McKean)

Cub Scouts

The Cub Scouts meet every Tuesday evening from 6-8pm.

Missions in America

The Presbyterian Church of USA sponsors Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, coordinating relief efforts for trained teams when catastrophe strikes.

The Auburn Presbyterian Church also contributes to the important work of larger Presbyterian agencies, schools and governing groups, who combine and coordinate the gifts of thousands of Presbyterian churches in mission work across America and beyond.

Missions Around the World

A group of dedicated APC members have traveled to Milargro, Mexico to help the Rocka Firma Presbyterian Church build their new church. Several members of the APC have been involved with the Presbyterian Disaster Relief program. 

Our congregation also makes contributions to the important work of the Gideons International, which provides millions of Bibles and unique translations to people around the globe. We also support the worldwide missions of the larger Presbyterian Church (USA), including missionaries and their vital aviation services to remote outposts, as well as investing in the development of communities in other lands.