We are excited that you are considering visiting us! We recognize, however, that coming to a church for the first time can be intimidating, sometimes even confusing. Below are answers to some common questions about visiting our congregation. If your particular question is not answered here, please reach out to us and we will be glad to answer your questions.
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We are a congregation of Reformed believers which seeks to glorify God and make Christ known.
Our Sunday worship services begin at 10:00am and 6:00pm. These are two distinct services, and we encourage people to attend both as a means of devoting the Lord’s Day to His worship. To ensure that we can serve you well, try to arrive at least 5-10 minutes before the services begin. But if you are running late, please come anyways!
Please do not be anxious about your clothes. At Cornerstone, you will find some wearing suits and dresses, and others in jeans and flipflops. We do encourage modesty, but we are convinced that the chief concern of biblical worship is the heart, not outward dress.
At Cornerstone we value fellowship with one another, and that is what you will find taking place after services. We encourage you to stick around afterward to give us an opportunity to get to know you. Coffee and snacks are available after our morning service, followed by Sunday School at 11:45am. On the third Sunday of the month, we eat a fellowship meal together, and you are warmly invited to join us.
To put it simply, you can expect to encounter biblical, God-exalting, gospel-saturated prayer, praise, and preaching when you walk through our doors. Our services typically last around 1 hour and 20 minutes. To learn more about our worship services, see our pages titled “Our Worship” and “Our Pulpit.” You may also consider listening to a sermon or two to get a better idea of the teaching ministry at Cornerstone.
We place a high value on children and encourage them to remain with their parents in the worship service. As they watch their parents and other adults praise God week after week, children catch a passion for worshiping God. Even if some of the sermon goes over their heads, children are able to understand and remember more than we often expect. The truths set forth in the sermon, prayers, and songs provide parents an unparalleled opportunity to train their children in the Scriptures. Though we are committed to having children in public worship, we do have a staffed nursery available for infants and toddlers during the AM service.
We use the ESV (English Standard Version) in public worship, but we welcome you to bring whatever Bible translation you are most comfortable with.
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