Get Connected

We have many places to connect with others through service, getting together, small groups, worship services, and many more. We live in a lonely, fragmented and disconnected world. Our busyness keeps us apart. Christ calls us into relationship with himself and each other, and our welcoming environments provide a place many people will experience Christian community–the parking lot, the patio, retreats, and events. Our place of connection is where people experience the Christ-like culture of the church and are welcomed into a deeper involvement with the life of the church.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Whether you have visited Cornerstone just a few times or have already started to get involved, our pastors and elders invite you to be their guests at our Newcomers’ Luncheon. Bring the whole family! A kid-friendly menu and activities will be provided.

A great first step in getting connected
at Cornerstone is to fill out the SHAPE form.

This information will help CCC get to know you…and to help get you connected to ministries and opportunities that “fit” your SHAPE. Click on the “SHAPE form” in blue below; it will open up a new tab with the SHAPE form that you can fill out today.
Shape Form Teen Volunteer Form

Church membership allows US to identify and serve the core people who have been entrusted to our care, and at the same time, being a church member provides YOU with an opportunity to invest your time and talents to serve others in the church body. Are you sensing God’s call to be a part of this community of believers?

Membership Classes

Membership classes led by our pastors and elders are being offered starting on March 6. The classes will run for 4 weeks on Monday nights from 7:15PM. (during AWANA).

Spiritual Gifts

“For by the grace given to me I say to everyone among you not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think, but to think with sober judgment, each according to the measure of faith that God has assigned.” – Romans 12:3

For the best results answer each statement below according to who you are, not who you would like to be or think you ought to be. How true are these statements of you? What has been your experience? What do others tell you? To what degree do these statements reflect your usual tendencies? Each of the 105 questions is very important, so try not to miss out on any. When you are finished click the Score Test button at the end to view your results.