Do you feel like God is calling you to partner with us at Cornerstone so that together we can see all people experience new life in Christ?
Have you been coming for a while and want to know a little more about us and who we are before making a commitment to belonging at Cornerstone?
Foundations is everyone's first step toward membership and ministry at Cornerstone. We offer Foundations every month (except for July and December) during the Life Group hour on Sundays from 9:00am - 10:00am.
You do not have to complete Foundations in three consecutive classes. If you can do sessions 1 & 3 this month and session 2 next month you may. Since each session stands alone you can also begin Foundations with any session.
There are two ways to sign up for Foundations. You can sign up for the next series of Foundations Classes by completing and submitting this online form or by using a communication card found in the pews and placing it in the offering plate on Sunday mornings. Once you have signed up Pastor Thomas will touch base with you to let you know that we have received your request and see if you have any questions before the classes begin. Didn't sign up? No worries just show up, we have you covered!
9/8 - Following Jesus, Discovering Cornerstone
In this first session together we will discuss what it means to follow Jesus and what he offers you as one of his followers. You will also discover who we are as a church as we share our heart, vision, values, and current discipleship opportunities.
9/15- The Family Business
In the book Philippians Paul refers to the believers at the church in Philippi as his family and his partners in the Gospel. In this session we look at what it means to be part of God's family at Cornerstone and what it looks like to partner with one another in experiencing and spreading the good news of Jesus.
9/22 - Develop and Deploy
In the final session of Foundations we want to help encourage and equip you in becoming a person of influence. We talk about what keeps us from being a servant leader, qualities of a good servant leader, and what we as a church expect out of our servant leaders. In the second part of this session we provide four simple steps that you can begin to prayerfully seek to apply that will help you disciple others immediately.