Ministries & Groups
Ministries and Community
Live as groups of people committed to Christ, His mission, & each other.
Every believer at Cornerstone should be a part of a group of people committed to Christ, His mission, and each other. This enables us to LIVE life together in community, not in isolation. Jesus never intended for us to LIVE the Christian life alone and we suggest that on our own we simply cannot fulfill what was intended for our spiritual growth. We need one another. Being part of a Community Group provides the perfect setting for growth and fellowship and becoming all that we were meant to be in Christ.
The word ‘community' is a compound word from ‘com’ which means with and ‘unity’ which is obvious! So, a Community Group is a place where we can LIVE life in ‘unity with’ other like-minded followers of Jesus.
There are many types of Community Groups (CG) at Cornerstone. We have Single Adult CGs. We have a College Age CG. We have all kinds of neighborhood CGs. We have numerous Men’s and Women’s CGs with an emphasis on studying God’s Word. We have youth CGs and we are continually starting new groups so, there is certainly a place for you to plug in and LIVE life in community!
Hebrews10:24-25 says: ‘Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. And let us not neglect our meeting together as some people do but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near ’ (NLT). Make sure you are not neglecting this important part of your spiritual life!
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The 4th Tuesday of each month we provide and serve dinner at Cornerstone from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. If you can help by preparing a main or side dish, or you'd like more information, please contact Janette at 805-583-3733 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benevolence is a ministry to care for the needs of the body of Christ at Cornerstone. It encompasses counseling needs, financial needs, hospital visitations, funerals and outreach to the homeless. For more information, please call Pat McCoy in the church office or email email@example.com . Read the Benevolence Booklet -- which includes available services and the biblical motivation behind them.
We have opportunities for both men and women to serve those who are incarcerated behind bars.
For more information, contact Frank Mastrolonardo at 805.231.5580 or visit Only Hope Prison Ministries.