When you come together, each one has a hymn, a lesson, a revelation, a tongue, or an interpretation. Let all things be done for building up. (1 Corinthians 14:26)
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Here's What to Expect
Greeters will welcome you warmly as you approach the building and will be able to help answer any questions you have. Cornerstone Fellowship Church is an accessible facility. If you require wheelchair access, designated parking or seating, or additional assistance, please don’t hesitate to ask!
Our Cornerstone Kids registration desk is in the lobby to help you get your kids signed in for our children's classes. Our service includes a time of singing, announcements, and preaching. We encourage members to give online. Adults and children are in the worship service together, though we do have an overflow area for families with small children that are a bit more active. We do have a separate room set apart for infant care and nursing mothers.
We encourage you to stick around after the service in the backyard, where many of our members fellowship together. They typically do a good job making guests feel welcome. If you would like prayer any of our members or pastors would be willing to take time to pray with you.
It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to your name, O Most High; (Psalm 92:1) We love to sing to the Lord together...loudly. Worship at Cornerstone is very participatory. The congregation joins with the band to express heartfelt worship to the Lord—usually for around 20-25 minutes. We have an appreciation for traditional hymns and newer worship songs. You can listen to many of the songs we sing on this Spotify Playlist.
Spiritual Gifts and 1 Corinthians 14
There are opportunities during worship for people in the congregation to contribute at the prophecy microphone which is on the floor near the stage. One of our pastors is there to direct them. We do this to put into practice what we see described in 1 Corinthians 14:26-28.
The Lord's Supper and Baptism
One Sunday per month, our services include sharing in the Lord's Supper together. We also have baptisms as needed on Sunday mormings for new believers.
We intend for our sermons to be both biblically faithful and personally applicable. Our sermons are always based on a scripture text, and we often work through specific books of the Bible in our sermon series. The gospel is prominent in our sermons because it is the preeminent truth of the Scriptures. Our sermons are typically about 40-45 minutes long.
Our Sunday morning ministry for children is called Cornerstone Kids. It is a safe, bible-centered, creative, friendly, and encouraging time for ages six months to sixth grade. The content of the classes is often working through a story from the Scriptures and then learning what it teaches about God and ourselves. As children grow, the classes become more directed toward the attributes of God, the promises of God, theology, and the gospel. Guests will find a Cornerstone Kids Registration Table in the lobby, where you will receive a check-in name badge, as well as meet people eager to answer any of your questions.
We have a prayer team at the front of the auditorium every Sunday after the service. If you have a prayer need, please make your way to the front and one of our prayer team members will be eager to join you in prayer.