Grace Community Church

★★★★☆
  • 1320 Auburn Way South

    Auburn, WA 98002

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  • 253-217-4298

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We've attended Grace for more than 8 years. It is a loving, body with pastors and elders (spiritual leaders) who actively seek God's direction through the Scriptures and prayer. Grace is not without fault. Like every church, it is

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We've attended Grace for more than 8 years. It is a loving, body with pastors and elders (spiritual leaders) who actively seek God's direction through the Scriptures and prayer. Grace is not without fault. Like every church, it is

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The church is very nice and friendly. The sermons are at best for new believers only. They don't seem to teach anything of substance and follow canned programs. Spiritual growth is not spoken of. They are not teaching false doctrine, they are just not teaching doctrine. I don't know of a church that is though so I guess you would choose whichever made you feel the best.

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The church is very nice and friendly. The sermons are at best for new believers only. They don't seem to teach anything of substance and follow canned programs. Spiritual growth is not spoken of. They are not teaching false doctrine, they are just not teaching doctrine. I don't know of a church that is though so I guess you would choose whichever made you feel the best.

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The church never explained why the last pastor suddenly got up and left when he had a great vision for the church. Since then many have left, took forever to find a new pastor who is mostly unavailable. The church has a large staff body who seems to be too busy in meetings instead of being there for members with real life issues. Never a seen a church run more like a business then this one.

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The church never explained why the last pastor suddenly got up and left when he had a great vision for the church. Since then many have left, took forever to find a new pastor who is mostly unavailable. The church has a large staff body who seems to be too busy in meetings instead of being there for members with real life issues. Never a seen a church run more like a business then this one.

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The sermons are uplifting, and powerful. You don't feel out of place, and people haven't judged me for life decisions in the past. Grace makes you feel at home. People are warm and welcoming and if you need some help, or support they are there for you. I love Grace, and plan to become a member.

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The sermons are uplifting, and powerful. You don't feel out of place, and people haven't judged me for life decisions in the past. Grace makes you feel at home. People are warm and welcoming and if you need some help, or support they are there for you. I love Grace, and plan to become a member.

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My husband and I have visited Grace Community Church on several occasions over the past decade because my mother and father were members there for a long time. Each time we were warmly welcomed. I have attended several small group events there as well as some awesome big scale presentations for Easter and Christmas. The weekend worship services (the preaching as well as the music) are so uplifting! I would highly recommend this church to anyone wanting to know how to begin or how to grow in a relationship with Jesus Christ. There is an obvious commitment to teach what God has given us in HIs Word, the Bible and not just whatever is "politically" correct in our society. That is not always easy, but I insist on that in my choice of churches.

Thank you to the leadership of Grace...for holding fast to the Word of Truth.

My mother has recently come to live with us in another city and now attends church with us, but she is still in contact with many of her dear friends from Grace. What a wonderful sense of community and caring there is at Grace! She misses you all very much!

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My husband and I have visited Grace Community Church on several occasions over the past decade because my mother and father were members there for a long time. Each time we were warmly welcomed. I have attended several small group events there as well as some awesome big scale presentations for Easter and Christmas. The weekend worship services (the preaching as well as the music) are so uplifting! I would highly recommend this church to anyone wanting to know how to begin or how to grow in a relationship with Jesus Christ. There is an obvious commitment to teach what God has given us in HIs Word, the Bible and not just whatever is "politically" correct in our society. That is not always easy, but I insist on that in my choice of churches.

Thank you to the leadership of Grace...for holding fast to the Word of Truth.

My mother has recently come to live with us in another city and now attends church with us, but she is still in contact with many of her dear friends from Grace. What a wonderful sense of community and caring there is at Grace! She misses you all very much!

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I have been attending Grace for about two years now. I have now decided that I would like to join. I think this church is the best one I have ever been too. I know that Grace is a very gracious to the Auburn community and to people in need. I have meet some wonderful caring people through this church. This church is very large. I have to admit at first I did not know if I would fit in. I finally joined a small group and felt very welcome. If you are looking for a large support group this is the place.

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I have been attending Grace for about two years now. I have now decided that I would like to join. I think this church is the best one I have ever been too. I know that Grace is a very gracious to the Auburn community and to people in need. I have meet some wonderful caring people through this church. This church is very large. I have to admit at first I did not know if I would fit in. I finally joined a small group and felt very welcome. If you are looking for a large support group this is the place.

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If you are looking for a large, impersonal, rather conservative Baptist church with orthodox Baptist theology, then this is the church for you. It's a place where you can attend anonymously for years.

Or, as happened this morning, they might ask you to stand and be humiliated during the service. From the pulpit the pastor asked for anyone to stand who had issues or struggles in their life. At first no one in the large auditorium stood. Then two of the thousand people there stood. Quickly others stood, until there were about thirty people standing. Those near the people with problems were supposed to lay hands on them as the leader prayed from the stage.

I thought it was interesting that only about thirty people in that entire congregation had problems worth praying for. Of course, it could be that it was totally inappropriate and insensitive to do have people stand like that. How humiliating to be one of thirty people amongst 1,000 who had problems in their life. Then again, this could be a very positive sign. Perhaps God is so blessing the people there and answering their prayers that 970 out of 1,000 people are doing "just fine, thank you."

The sermon was clearly something regurgitated from the much larger Baptist megachurch of Rick Warren. The pastor indicated that the topic of the message "Why we should love one another." This was to be that week's topic of study for the whole church, from pre-school to home Bible studies. Obviously the extremely simplistic, very boring 40-minute sermon (shorter than usual) was taken from the material geared toward the elementary school children.

Then the pastor quoted Mark Driscoll during his sermon. Few but conservative Baptist or quasi-fundamentalists would willingly quote Driscoll, who believes that all women pastors are going to hell, and that a wife's purpose is to provide regular sexual release for her husband so he will not fall prey to external sexual temptation or turn gay. Apparently, Driscoll even teaches men what to have their wives do when they are menstruating or pregnant.

No wonder Barna's surveys indicate that "unchurched" is the fasted growing segment of the American church today.

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If you are looking for a large, impersonal, rather conservative Baptist church with orthodox Baptist theology, then this is the church for you. It's a place where you can attend anonymously for years.

Or, as happened this morning, they might ask you to stand and be humiliated during the service. From the pulpit the pastor asked for anyone to stand who had issues or struggles in their life. At first no one in the large auditorium stood. Then two of the thousand people there stood. Quickly others stood, until there were about thirty people standing. Those near the people with problems were supposed to lay hands on them as the leader prayed from the stage.

I thought it was interesting that only about thirty people in that entire congregation had problems worth praying for. Of course, it could be that it was totally inappropriate and insensitive to do have people stand like that. How humiliating to be one of thirty people amongst 1,000 who had problems in their life. Then again, this could be a very positive sign. Perhaps God is so blessing the people there and answering their prayers that 970 out of 1,000 people are doing "just fine, thank you."

The sermon was clearly something regurgitated from the much larger Baptist megachurch of Rick Warren. The pastor indicated that the topic of the message "Why we should love one another." This was to be that week's topic of study for the whole church, from pre-school to home Bible studies. Obviously the extremely simplistic, very boring 40-minute sermon (shorter than usual) was taken from the material geared toward the elementary school children.

Then the pastor quoted Mark Driscoll during his sermon. Few but conservative Baptist or quasi-fundamentalists would willingly quote Driscoll, who believes that all women pastors are going to hell, and that a wife's purpose is to provide regular sexual release for her husband so he will not fall prey to external sexual temptation or turn gay. Apparently, Driscoll even teaches men what to have their wives do when they are menstruating or pregnant.

No wonder Barna's surveys indicate that "unchurched" is the fasted growing segment of the American church today.

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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Grace community church is in Auburn, but reaches out to many surrounding communities. One of the largest churches in the area, but doesn't feel that way. Many small groups to create good community.

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Grace community church is in Auburn, but reaches out to many surrounding communities. One of the largest churches in the area, but doesn't feel that way. Many small groups to create good community.

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I have a lot of friends who go to this church. I have heard only good things about it. They have a lot of outreach programs for all ages and seem to be a welcoming, friendly community. I've never actually attended, but I would recommend that if you live in the Auburn area and are looking for a church, that you check this one out. From what I've heard, there are a lot of good things about it.

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I have a lot of friends who go to this church. I have heard only good things about it. They have a lot of outreach programs for all ages and seem to be a welcoming, friendly community. I've never actually attended, but I would recommend that if you live in the Auburn area and are looking for a church, that you check this one out. From what I've heard, there are a lot of good things about it.

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I attend MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) at Grace Community Church and have had the opportunity to get to know many of the people there. I have found them to be a very warm and friendly bunch of ladies! Grace has a lot to offer from preschool during the week to many services on Sundays. They have many opportunities for bible study and fellowship time during the week.

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I attend MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) at Grace Community Church and have had the opportunity to get to know many of the people there. I have found them to be a very warm and friendly bunch of ladies! Grace has a lot to offer from preschool during the week to many services on Sundays. They have many opportunities for bible study and fellowship time during the week.

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Message from Grace Community Church

Grace Community Church is located in Auburn, Washington. We invite you to join us worship the Lord Jesus in the South Puget Sound region. We have a number of ministries to address the needs of our parishioners including: Adults, Children, Worship and arts, Hispanic ministries, and Recovery. Take a moment to visit our informative website above this profile for a full listing of our services, ministries, our vision and our mission. Grace Community Church wants to make an enduring difference in your life, in our community and in the world. Why not join us this Sunday and find out more!

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