Are you involved in a Christian community? We believe that the Bible clearly teaches that human beings were created to be in community with one another. Author Brad House writes that 'Community is an instrument of worship, a weapon against sin, and a tool for evangelism- all for the glory of Christ', and we believe this as well. We would love to invite you to join us in experiencing Christ in gospel-centered community at Auburn University where you can know others and be known by others. There are a number of different community groups that meet at different times throughout the semester. These groups are led by Cru Staff and other Auburn students and are a place where you can begin or continue to understand who Christ is and what implications the gospel has in your life.
*If you would like to be a part of a community group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each Tuesday night we meet together to fellowship, worship, pray, and hear teaching from God's Word. We would love for you to join us! If you would like to help serve at the Weekly Meeting as a greeter, prayer team member, or setup/cleanup, email email@example.com. We meet at 8 PM in Langdon Hall each week.
International Justice Mission, Auburn University
You can help free victims of violent oppression (like human trafficking) by joining the Auburn chapter of the International Justice Mission. Join others in being a voice for the voiceless by helping raise funds and raising awareness through IJM's campus involvement. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
You may also give us your information and we will contact you and help you get connected.