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Add Some International Flavor to Your Thanksgiving!
While their American classmates return home for Thanksgiving, many UD international students have no place to go. Our global guests are eager to experience an American Thanksgiving with an American family. This provides us with a great opportunity to show them the love of Jesus Christ. Would you share your Thanksgiving with some international students? If you can help, please contact Rick Gray.


Holy Communion
will be observed on November 30th. Please mark your calendar and note that a Deacon’s offering is usually taken after the sacraments.

Women’s Ministry Christmas Breakfast

Saturday, December 6th at 9:00 a.m.
Join us for a morning of fellowship, special music, and delicious food! Our featured speaker will be Pam Perkins. This is a great opportunity to bring friends and family who you would like to share the gospel with! Sign up on the Women’s Ministry Bulletin Board! We also need women to be table hostesses. Each hostess is asked to provide a centerpiece and place setting for 8.


Officers Biographical Sketches
These are located on the information desk for you to pick up and review prior to our Congregational Meeting on December 14th.

Last Adult Sunday School

December 7th at 10 a.m.

One Service Schedule
Sunday December 14 through Sunday January 4 starting at 9:30 a.m.

Congregational Meeting
Sunday December 14 at 11:00 a.m.

Christmas Eve Services
Wednesday December 24 at 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

 
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Welcome to Cornerstone!
Ladies, please join us for the Ladies Christmas Breakfast on December 6 at 9am!
Check out this video for more about Cornerstone

 

 

Our church began in the early nineties with less than fifty people seeking to find a new place of worship not only
closer to home but a place where those who haven’t found a Bible-centered church could find Jesus Christ. The doors were open to all especially to those who haven’tcome to know Jesus as their Savior. Many of the original members of the church are still active today. Some are serving as elders or deacons while others are involved with missions and the worship team. The founding families, including our Pastor Mark Van Gilst, wanted to build a church founded on a community of believers strongly directed by the Bible’s language of love.
 
 
 
Worship is at the heart of all we do at Cornerstone.  From the beginning we have continued to see our church as a place that brings people together who seek to know Jesus.   We study the scriptures first and foremost through the biblical centered sermons of our Pastors.   At each Worship Service the congregation is encouraged to share their individual prayer requests.  When all have been shared Pastor Dave leads the congregation in a prayer that addresses each request.  We have often heard praise in the following weeks for the answer to many of these prayers as God has chosen to answer them. We see these prayers as a cornerstone to our worship service because they faithfully bring us together as a congregation that cares deeply for one another.