We're all about relationships
Life isn’t about who you know. It’s about who really knows you.
Life is a story. It’s painted with celebrated victories and littered with agonizing defeats. Regardless of the season you are in, we all need the love and support of friends. Your faith journey is both very personal and very social. Life is better together, so we work hard to be a place where you can expect to meet new friends who really love you.
We were Made to Worship
These are some of the songs that we sing at Story Presbyterian Church. Our great King from ages past has been telling a beautiful story of redemption. On Sundays we celebrate the works of the King, we confess our struggles and sorrows to the King, and from our hearts we praise him for the gracious mercy he offers us.
Story Presbyterian Church in Westerville Ohio
Worship is the act of seeing what God is worth and giving him what he’s worth. More than anything else in all of creation God is worthy of our worship. At Story Presbyterian Church we gather on Sundays to be reminded of the greatness, the goodness, and the love of God. And as a people, to corporately give our affections to God. We do this through singing, through giving, through teaching, and through communion. While we sing feel free to join your voice with those of your neighbors, singing praises to God. If that’s not your thing its ok to just reflect on the music and the words being sung.
Since the beginning of time God has been on a mission to rescue and redeem his lost people and his broken creation. Although God doesn’t need any help in accomplishing his mission, he has invited us to partner with him on his mission of redemption. One of the ways that we partner with God is by giving back to him what he has already gifted to us. At some point in the service offering bags will go by, this is your opportunity to give back to God. Our greatest hope in every worship service is that you would encounter God and know his great love for you. If this part of the service is distracting to you for any reason at all please feel free to let the bag pass on by.
Scripture makes it clear: God comes to us. Today we don’t physically walk with God in the garden, as Adam and Eve did, we can’t feel Jesus’ wounds like Thomas did, but that doesn’t mean that God has stopped giving himself to us. Through the act of communion, by eating the bread and drinking the wine God spiritually gives himself and nourishes his people. Every week the pastor will extend an invitation to participate in this spiritual act. If for any reason you’re not ready to eat the bread and drink the wine consider participating with us by praying to God and by further reflecting on the words from the sermon during this time.