Storehouse Church

Know, Grow, Go
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Sunday: 9:00 AM & 11:00 AM


1090 Germantown Pike
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

Many people don’t know where to begin when visiting a church for the first time.

Often it can feel overwhelming so we want to make it as simple as possible for you. At Storehouse, we believe that God’s Word has the ability to change lives. The transforming message of the Gospel is waiting to be experienced. We hope that you will join us. You will be greeted by a warm environment, great music, and a teaching that will make you think.

About Storehouse Church

Thanks for stopping by. We are a vibrant and growing community, located in Plymouth Meeting, PA. Our mission is to lead people to KNOW God personally, GROW in their relationship with Jesus Christ, and GO in ministry. We want your experience to be a great one, so we let you set the pace. Want to hang back and observe for a while? No problem. Want to meet a few people and learn more about us? There are lots of friendly faces ready to help. Either way, you’ll be greeted by a warm environment, great music, and a teaching that will make you think. We hope you will join us this Sunday.
At Storehouse, everything we do revolves around our mission statement: Know, Grow, Go. We believe these are three key experiences that give you the optimal journey toward a growing relationship with Jesus.


Invite you to develop a personal relationship with Jesus. We believe God wants a close and personal relationship with you that will impact every aspect of your life. He can be known personally, and we want you to know Him. You will get to know God as you read the Bible daily, reflect on it, and pray asking God to direct your every move. Your relationship with Him will be strengthened as you gather with others each and every week at our Sunday Celebration Service. A personal relationship with Jesus is the key that unlocks the power of God in your life.


Join with others for on-going growth and encouragement The goal as you travel on your spiritual journey is to grow closer to God and other Christ followers through biblical community. At Storehouse, we connect together weekly in small groups to grow spiritually, emotionally, and relationally. This happens as each group explores the truths of Scripture, prays for one another, encourages each other, and applies God’s Word to their lives.


Every person can make a difference by putting their love for God and others into action through using their time, talents, and resources to impact our world. We help you discover your God-given talents and provide opportunities for you to contribute in the church, in our local communities, and in the world.

Our Vision

  • An authentic Biblical community that gathers publicly and from house-to-house.
  • A partner with regional service agencies, making a tangible difference.
  • An incubator of new groups, leaders, pastors, and churches.

Our Core Values

  • We will do anything short of sin to reach people who do not know Christ. We will go to places where no one is going to reach people no one is reaching.
  • We will be known for what we are for and not what we are against. We know that we can do more together than apart.
  • We are spiritual contributors not spiritual consumers. We don’t go to church, we are the church.
  • We will lead the way by making a tangible difference in our community. We will not sit on the sidelines, but be active participants in God’s plan on earth.
  • We will do big things, step out in faith and take risks as we will follow Jesus wherever He leads, whatever the cost.
Storehouse Church is committed to reaching out to people who are far from God. Rather than run from culture, we have chosen to harness it to connect with people and show them the life changing power of God’s timeless truths found in his word, the Bible.
Although our approach is anything but traditional, we are a Free Methodist Church and believe in and maintain a conservative theological position.

Distinctives: Free Methodist Church Doctrine: Free Methodist Church


Lead Pastor JR Rushik

J.R. Rushik is the founder and lead pastor of Storehouse Church. JR completed undergraduate work at Roberts Wesleyan College and holds a Master of Divinity degree from Azusa Pacific University.

He has a passion to help people develop a relevant and authentic relationship with Jesus. This desire is the heartbeat behind his leadership at Storehouse.

He and his wife Kim live in the Norristown area with their three sons, Ryan, Jeremiah, and Nathan.

Meet the Ministry Staff

When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and they took note that these men had been with Jesus.
Acts 4:13 (NIV)

Storehouse Kids

Babies through 4th Grade

Meeting during the adult services.

A dynamic experience for kids as they learn just how exciting it is to be part of God’s story. Safe, clean, exciting environments where kids develop relationships and have a blast! Our prayer is for every young person to have a life-changing relationship with Jesus and to learn how God’s truth impacts their everyday life.

3 Basic Truths:

Preschool: God MADE Me

Elementary: I need to make the wise choice


Family eXperience (FX)

A high energy time for kids and parents to sing, laugh and learn together. This is a perfect opportunity to grow together as you connect with other parents and share a truly great eXperience as an entire family! This is where we preview what your elementary students will learn in the month ahead and help you to continue the conversation at home.

Meals Ministry

Expecting a new addition to the family? This team help alleviate some of the pressure when the little ones arrive by providing some meals. If you’re expecting a new one, we’d love to cook for you! Email for more information.

Child Dedication

As parents, you want what’s best for your kids. The Child Dedication experience at Storehouse is an opportunity to reflect on your role as a parent and commit to pointing your children towards God’s truth. As a church, we want to partner with you on this journey. Contact Pastor Jamison to find out more.

Storehouse Students



5th through 8th Grade

Join us every Sunday at 9:00 am in the Manor House for a time of crazy games, chats from the Bible, discussion in small groups, and lots of laughs along the way.

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9th through 12th Grade

Meet up with us, Wednesday nights at 7 pm, in the Manor House at Storehouse Church. High schoolers will have the chance to hang out, connect with their peers, chat about God’s Word, and engage in small group discussion.

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Community Life

We believe that sustained life change happens best in the context of community.

True spiritual growth takes place as we build relationships in settings that encourage transparency and openness.

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We have a wide variety of groups at Storehouse including community groups, plus Men’s Ministry, Women’s Ministry, Single’s Ministry, Mom’s Ministry, Family Ministry, Senior’s Ministry and more. More


The care ministries are designed to address specific areas of need. Visit this page if you are in need of prayer, financial guidance, personal counseling, or spiritual direction.  More  




Small Group schedules can be found:
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   – in the lobby at the Connection Point

7 PM – Wednesdays SOMA – High-School Student Ministry

7 PM – Fridays……………………………………… Celebrate Recovery


Sun., Oct. 23 @ 1 PM………………………………SOMA: “Night of Fall”

Sun., Oct. 23 @ 11 AM……………. The Beginning: New Believer’s Class

Sat., Oct. 29 @ 4 PM………………………………………… FX Trunk or Treat

Friday, Nov. 4 @ 6: 30 PM……………………..SOMA: Mobilize Weekend

Sun., Nov. 13 @ 6 PM………………….. Storehouse Women: Storytellers

Sun., Nov. 20 @ 9 & 11 AM………  Operation Christmas Child Collection



The Beginning:New Believer’s Class – Oct. 23 @ 11 AM (5 weeks)

Join us for this 5 week-course covering the basic practices and elements of the Christian faith. This intentional Bible study for new disciples of Christ discusses topics such as the centrality of Christ, the crucial practice of prayer and Scripture reading, community, and what it means to be on mission for God. All are welcome!


Storehouse Women: Storytellers – Nov. 13 @ 6 PM

You’re invited to an unforgettable evening, an opportunity for women to come together and hear other women tell their stories, encourage one another, laugh, cry, and be inspired. Come enjoy music and indulge in coffee and desserts while listening to inspirational stories. Be reminded that you are not alone and God is always at work. Bring your friends, all are welcome!


FX: Trunk or Treat – Oct. 29 @ 4 PM

Family time is hard to come by but we know it’s so important. We try to schedule fun opportunities for your crew to be together and FX is one of them! Mark your calendar for FX Trunk or Treat – a crazy comedy and music show for the whole family followed by a safe trick or treating experience right in the church parking lot! FREE DINNER for all! Come in costume for a great Family eXperience. To Host a Trunk, Sign up online –


SOMA: A “Night of Fall” @ The Radcliffs’ – Oct. 23 @ 1 PM

Friday’s “Night of Fall” event is being moved to this Sunday, October 23. Students are invited to come to the Radcliffs’ house for lunch and to watch the Eagles game at 1 PM, hang out for dinner, and carve pumpkins as a group. Pick up is 8:00 pm and the address is 517 Woodbridge Cir. Harleysville. Bring $10 to cover both meals. You can bring a pumpkin or money to purchase one.

SOMA: Mobilize Weekend – Nov. 4 @ 6:30 PM

Not all retreats have to happen hours away, right? This retreat is for our high schoolers and it takes place in our own backyard. Mobilize has all of the elements of a retreat that you know (worship, Scripture, and lots of crazy fun) but will be taking place in various locations. There will be driving from place-to-place and sleeping over in people’s houses. This is the can’t miss event of the fall, so be sure to sign up. Check out for more info.

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We have a place for you to get plugged in at Storehouse!

We believe that every person that calls Storehouse his or her home church should participate in ministry. We call our volunteers ‘partners’ because we are all in this together. The Bible says that we are a ‘body’ and we are all needed in order for God to do what He has in mind to do at Storehouse.

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God provides for the ministry of Storehouse Church through your tithes and offerings. We honor your gifts with faithful stewardship, ethical business practices, and full accountability so that the financial integrity of Storehouse Church remains beyond reproach.

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You can personally arrange for your Financial Institution to mail checks directly to Storehouse as a one-time gift or on a recurring schedule.

Mail Electronic Checks to:
Storehouse Church
1090 Germantown Pike
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462.


Check may be made payable to “Storehouse Church” and either enclosed in the offering envelopes or dropped loose in the offering box.
Checks may be mailed directly to Storehouse Church.


Cash may be enclosed in the offering envelope. When using the offering envelopes, please be sure to legibly print your name and address so we can specifically identify you and provide you with contribution credit at the end of the year.


Shares of stocks may be donated to the church. Generally, the donor is eligible for a tax deduction for the fair market value of the stock on the date of donation, in addition to avoiding tax liability on any capital gains on the stock (consult your personal tax adviser for details).

Real Property

Certain parcels of real estate, including houses, land, and rental property may be donated to Storehouse (subject to certain guidelines and an evaluation by the Storehouse Church Leadership Council).

Wills and Estates

You may also remember Storehouse Church in your estate plan.

Storehouse records the above donations in its giving records and provides a detailed statement annually for documentation for federal income tax purposes.
Donations made to Storehouse Church are applied to the General Fund. The Leadership Council seeks to meet the reasonable financial needs of our ministries and makes those decisions after considering all the needs within the church and requests that donations not be designated to specific areas of ministry.
For more information about giving to the Lord at Storehouse, please contact Chris Paredes in the church office (610-277-1690).

Get in Touch

Do you have a question for us? A prayer request? We’re here and you are important. Each question, concern, and prayer request is received and answered personally by one of our staff members or volunteers. Use the contact form, email us, or call us.