What time should I arrive at Cornerstone?
Cornerstone has two worship services: 8:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Both services last about an hour. Generally, it is recommended that you arrive about 10 minutes early.
Coffee and donuts will be available in the foyer prior to services, so feel free to arrive in time to enjoy! Cornerstone's Group hour is from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., and both adult and children's groups are offered. Guests are welcome to attend!
What is a service like?
Both our 8:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. services are identical. The focus of
our worship is God, and we come to celebrate what He has done for us. It
is a time to respond to God's faithfulness through singing,
partaking in the Lord's Supper together, and diving into God's Word.
Our music is lead by our Worship Minister and our Praise Team in a contemporary style. We sing songs from multiple genres that help us engage and respond to God through song.
Messages at Cornerstone are led by our Lead Minister. Most often, these messages are part of a series designed to help
us dive deeply into God's Word. We explore how His word is relevant in
our world today, tackle tough social issues, seek to understand what God
expects of us as followers of Christ, and more. To listen to messages online click here!
Also during worship, we take communion and give our tithes and
Who can participate in the Lord's Supper?
At Cornerstone, we invite anyone who professes Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior to partake in the Lord's Supper-you do not have to be a member at Cornerstone. We encourage anyone to celebrate in this time if you belong to the global body of Jesus Christ.
What should I wear?
Jeans or skirts, khakis or T-shirts, slacks or polos, button-downs or sweaters-wear what makes you comfortable to worship at Cornerstone. We all have different styles! It's great to dress up to show respect (a reason to dress up for church), but we also like to model that Jesus meets us right where we are (a reason for casual dress).
What should I bring?
The only thing we encourage everyone to bring is a Bible. During our service, we preach directly from the Word of God. With your Bible, it is much easier to follow along and make notes. If you forget to bring your Bible, however, there are extras located in the pews throughout our Worship Center. We preach out of the New International Version (NIV).
For more information contact Worship Minister, Josh Morrison.