Welcome to Stonybrook Church

Stonybrook Church is a community of people on a shared journey of life and faith. We welcome all to see, hear, and experience the love of God and the grace that is offered through a relationship with Jesus Christ. We believe that all are created in the image of God, that all are of sacred worth, and that all are able to receive the gift of grace through Jesus’ death on the cross and resurrection. Our various backgrounds, biblical understandings, and where we stand in our individual faith journey underscore our covenant to accept, respect, and love one another. Everyone is welcome at Stonybrook Church. We welcome and celebrate the gifts God has given to all without regard to gender, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, economic or family status, ethnicity, or mental or physical ability.  We are a church that remains united in the love of God and our mission “to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.”


First time with us? We’d love to share more about our beliefs, our staff, and everything else that makes us Stonybrook.

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ALICE Training On Sunday, September 22 from 1:00-2:30 pm the Gahanna City Police Department will conduct ALICE training (“Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate.) ALICE is the #1 Active Shooter Civilian Response Training being used by schools, businesses and churches. Sign up HERE.


Women’s Day Retreat Please join us for our Saturday, October 12 from 9:00 am-3:00 pm at Stonybrook. Enjoy a light brunch, fun, fellowship, door prizes and lunch from Carfagna’s while we are “Falling in Love with Jesus”, led by Beth Vanoli, a UMW conference officer. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased after services on Sundays through  October 6. Sign up HERE for childcare. Let’s gather to share a rewarding day together in God’s love!


Visited Stonybrook a few times and looking to connect? From groups, to serving, to missions, we have a spot waiting for you!


Youth Mental Health First Aid will be held at Stonybrook Saturday, September 28 from 8:00 am-5:30 pm. This course is designed to teach parents, teachers, school staff and other caring citizens how to recognize when an adolescent (ages 12-18) may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge or is in crisis, how to help and what professional resources are available in the community. A light breakfast and boxed lunch are provided. This event is free but registration required at HERE.


Estate Planning The Stonybrook Permanent Endowment Committee is pleased to present an estate planning seminar on Sunday, October 13 from 2:00-4:00 pm. The general session and three breakout groups will cover topics such as wills, trusts, and financial planning. Sign up HERE.

Miss a week? Want to hear a sermon again? Click here to listen and read our weekly sermons.

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