Worship Gatherings are the primary way we gather to worship, pray, learn the Scriptures, and observe the Lord's Supper as the people of God. We meet every Sunday at 601 N. Main Street at 10:30 a.m.
We invite you to join us on Sunday mornings! The Valley loves hanging out. We'll keep the coffee fresh and if you have kids, we have a thriving kids ministry that meets during service.
Throughout Scripture, God's people are shaped by their relationship with God and with one another. We consider community groups to be a family of disciples sent on mission by God as disciples who make disciples.
Our groups are more than a weekly event, but a time to grow and cultivate relationship with God and others. We study the Bible together, pray, hangout, and share life together.
We meet throughout McAllen and surrounding cities.
There are so many ways to serve and get connected at Storehouse Community! One of the best ways to begin is through our Sunday morning teams--
Interactive: Kids ministry helpers and teachers, Youth leaders (jr. high and high school students), Connect Desk and greeters;
Behind the Scenes: Security, hospitality, and set-up/tear down;
Arts and Media: Worship team, production, social media, photography, and graphics.
Visit the Connect Desk on Sunday morning or click the link below!
We believe that children are a vital part of God's mission and our desire is for our kids to encounter Jesus and become His disciples. Storehouse Kids is from 3 months (nursery) to elementary (5th grade). We meet on Sunday's during service where we learn about Jesus and His transforming love.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
Our desire is to see our junior high and high school students' identity to be wrapped around the person and work of Jesus as He reveals Himself through scripture. Our students meet on Wednesday's at 6:30pm on the 2nd floor of the McAllen Incubator where they meet for hangout, prayer, and discussion.
Email email@example.com to learn more!
COUNSEL & CARE
At Storehouse Community, we provide two ways in which people can receive care and counsel. The first and primary avenue is through Community Groups where one can engage with others, developing relationships and healing through the Gospel.
The second avenue is through one-on-one meeting with a pastor or deacon. Though we are not licensed counselors or therapists, we do strive to offer counsel that is biblically foundational and relationally focused.
Counsel and Care at Storehouse is primarily reserved for members in good standing, in which a pastor or deacon will meet one-on-one with a person for up to three sessions. The first session begins with an assessment in order to provide spiritual direction and encouragement. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org