Adult Ministries

The purpose of Adult Christian Education at Auburn UMC is to help us grow spiritually and be conformed to the image of Christ. We are being constantly formed into Christ’s image so that we can be made whole. We also believe there can be no wholeness in Christ that doesn’t shape our relationship with others, both in the church and the world, which is why relational discipleship is so important to our ministries.

We feel that it is important to go beyond the one-hour Sunday morning experience and dive into the life of the church. Getting involved in a regular study opportunity is a great way to meet new friends and strengthen relationships. Join us!

If you are looking to join the church, learn more about membership or learn about the Methodist faith, we invite you to EMBARK: our new membership class. Here you will learn about Auburn UMC, our Wesleyan Theology, and opportunities inside the church for involvement and service.

Jubilee Ministry

The Jubilee Ministry of Auburn United Methodist Church offers adults who are age 60 plus, or younger retirees, opportunities for spiritual growth, continued learning, expanded friendships and service in their areas of interest. Our older adults are a very active group and are always planning a variety of fun events such as out of town travel, day trips, and learning opportunities, as well as participating in a variety of service projects.

Auburn UMC also offers services to our older adults through our Care Ministry. For more information on this ministry and the services it provides, please click below.

For more information on the Jubilee Ministry, please contact Rev. John Fox at

Harvesters will meet again on November 3rd and will meet the first Wednesday of each month.

Adult Ministries Staff

Rev. Sarah Goolsby

Director of Adult Christian Education & Family Ministry

Rev. John Fox

Director of Jubilee Ministries & Disaster Relief Coordinator

Ann Moss

Assistant to Adult & Care Ministries

Cheri Hart

Assistant to Children & Jubilee Ministries