“For as in one body we have many members, and the members do not all have the same function, so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them...” (Romans 12:4–6, ESV)
If you are interested in possibly becoming a member or if you simply want to get to know our church and our pastors better, please consider taking this five-week class, which provides a clear and informative overview of our doctrine and our church life.
The five-week class runs three times per year, beginning on the:
- first Sunday in February
- first Sunday in June
- first Sunday in October
The class meets on Sunday mornings from 9:00-10:15 (during our early service). Registration is needed. Childcare is available, so parents please allow sufficient time to get them settled and be in class for a prompt start.
If you have any questions about our Exploring Membership class, please email Rachel, our Membership Class Hostess.
For members who would like to sit in on any of our classes, the six-week schedule is included below. We do need you to register for the specific class/es you wish to attend so we have enough seating available those Sundays.
The five classes:
- Welcome to Cornerstone
- What We Believe and Teach
- How We're Organized
- How We Do Life Together
- How We Do Mission Together
Outlines for the classes are available here.
Items linked in the classes:
Class 2 (What We Believe and Teach):
- Our Sovereign God: When We Say, ‘We’re Reformed,’ What Do We Mean?” (available here
- Understanding Spiritual Gifts: When We Say, ‘We’re Continuationist,’ What Do We Mean?” (available here)
- Gender Roles in the Church & In the Home: When We Say, ‘We’re Complementarian,’ What Do We Mean?” (available here)
Class 3 (How We're Organized):