Whether you walk through the doors or join us online, we are glad you are here. We know that looking for a “church” can be hard, challenging and at times may feel impossible. We want to not only make it possible, but we want to walk together in this thing called LIFE.
As you explore Cornerstone Alliance Church, we encourage you to 'see us' in the following ways: check out our website, listen to sermons, and visit us in person. We ask that you 'see us' at least three times to get a good feel for who we really are and what we believe. As you consider Cornerstone, we invite you to ask questions. We promise to be real, truthful and transparent.
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Worship Gatherings are held at both 9:00 a.m and 10:45 a.m. When you arrive you can enter either through the doors near the office or the front doors under the covered drop off. Those two entrances both have ADA door openers. We offer coffee in the Commons area from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m. as a time to connect and to get to know one another.
There are several times throughout the year we merge to ONE worship gathering at 10:45 a.m. Examples are Mother's Day, Father's Day, the 5th Sunday of any month, and during the entire month of July.
We believe there is value in both newer worship music and hymns, and blend both styles.
We walk together as a church body on Sunday mornings through different books of the Bible. We believe that scripture speaks to how we relate to God, others and ourselves. Listen to our latest sermons here.
Our Sunday morning gathering typically lasts 75 minutes.
Yes, we love kids! We offer kids' ministry from birth through 5th grade every Sunday--with a secure check-in process--during the 10:45 a.m. worship gathering. Summertime Pre-School VBS and Beulah on the Road (BOTR) Day Camp are highlights. Adults who have passed a background check, as well as youth, invest in our kids on a regular basis.
There is an active and growing community of youth at CAC. This group is led by adults who have a passion to see young people grow in their faith. The student ministry is composed of students from 6th grade through high school seniors. They meet weekly on Sunday nights and schedule special activities throughout the year. Find out more info here.
CAC believes that community is created as we share our lives with one another beyond Sunday mornings. We do not measure our success by the amount of programs we offer or how many attend a Sunday morning worship gathering. We place a high value on relationships that are built with each other throughout the week. We often say that as you journey with Cornerstone "you will not know everyone but our hope is that you would be known by a group of someones." We believe that different ministry programs are important, however should not be the only place for fostering relationships. Find out more here.