Auburn BCM temporarily relocated; sale of building, property ‘on track’


Auburn University Baptist Campus Ministries (BCM) has relocated to a temporary space and the sale of the BCM property to the City of Auburn is “on track,” according to a spokesperson for the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions (SBOM).

The Auburn city council approved an agreement to acquire the BCM building and property at its Dec. 19, 2017, meeting. The deal, which was approved by messengers to the annual meeting of the Alabama Baptist State Convention (ABSC) in November 2017, will result in a new facility for the Auburn BCM and improvements to the nine other BCM centers across the state.

According to the agreement, the ABSC will sell the property to the city for $2.33 million. The existing BCM building will be demolished to make way for a new 200- to 300-space parking deck for public use on the site. (continued…)

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