Building a community centered on Jesus Christ…
We have many places to connect…
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.
The following is a list of ministries for people interested in serving. If you would like more information about one of these ministries, click on the name and an email will be generated to our church staff.
Night to Shine, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, provides a magical prom experience for individuals 14 & older who have special needs. This event takes place February 7, 2020.
More than 200 hundred volunteers will be needed. Volunteers on the night of the event must be 14 by February 7, 2020. However, families can assist before the event with set up.
All volunteers 18 and older MUST have a background check and attend one training session at Cornerstone Christian Church. If you completed a background check for Night To Shine last year, it is valid for 18 months. Volunteers ages 14-17 must print the permission slip below and return it to Rachel Horn or email a signed copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Registration for Night to Shine guests will open in December 2019.)
A great first step in getting connected at Cornerstone is to fill out the SHAPE form.
SHAPE stands for Spiritual Gifts, Heart, Abilities, Personality, and Experience.This information will help CCC get to know you… and to help get you connected to ministries and opportunities that “fit” your SHAPE. If have not already completed a spiritual gifts assessment (see below) it will help as a reference in filling out your SHAPE.
“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.