Visitor Information

Where is AUMC located in Aurora?

AUMC is located at 1211 S. Carnation Drive in Aurora.  If you are familiar with Aurora, we are at the end of Hadley Street where it meets Carnation Dr.  If you are not familiar with Aurora, please visit our Map & Directions page.

Where should I park and enter?

When you enter our parking lot at Hadley and Carnation, you will find people near the main doors waving.  The first few parking spots on your left are reserved for visitors.  If you need to park elsewhere, we have open doors all around the building and the handicapped entrance/parking on the Northeast side of the building.

What time and what can I expect?

Worship Services are a blend of traditional and contemporary praise & worship.  The service begins at 10:00 am on Sunday morning.  Sunday Classes for adults are available before service at 9:00 am and after service at 11:00 am.  Youth have their Sunday classes before services at 9:00 am.  Children are called out of worship to meet in the Children's Church room for activities.  Multiple Adult Small groups meet at various times throughout the week.

What should I wear?

We want you to feel comfortable wearing anything from casual jeans to more dressy clothes.  It is totally up to you and you will find a variety of dress here.


Do you have a place for children?

AUMC welcomes children and babies in the worship service.  However, we also provide for you a nursery with parent pagers, a cry room at the back of the sanctuary, and children's church for ages Pre-K through 4th grade.  For more information on children's church please see their page.


What about classes?

AUMC has several Sunday classes that meet at either 8:45 am or 11:00 am.  

In addition to  Adult Sunday classes our Small Groups are meeting regularly.  Please see the Small Groups page for more information.


What about communion?

AUMC serves communion on the first Sunday of each month.  We welcome those who believe in Jesus Christ as their personal savior to join us in communion and prayer at the prayer rail.