Join Us on Sunday, September 20

In-person services under the tent
8:30am & 10:00AM
Children’s in-person program at 10am for ages 3 – middle school

streaming at all day Sunday


Make A Difference:Venezuela
Help us bring hope & provision

Our Spanish service, led by Pastor Hector Alas, has an opportunity to bring aid to suffering people in Venezuela. In the midst of extreme food and medical shortages, violence and political instability, they are in crisis. Hector and his congregation have a contact who is able to bring food to individuals who need it most.  Please look over the following list and purchase items to bring to church next Sunday, September 27.  We will receive the donations from 10-11am in the Glendora Women’s Club parking lot.

Please be sure the food has an extended expiration date since the food has to be shipped and will take a month to arrive.
Flour, beans, pasta, rice, oatmeal, coffee, sugar, cooking oil, tuna, sardines, ketchup, canned corn, jello.
Body wash, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, Pedialyte, Ibuprofen, aspirin, Theraflu, candles, batteries (all sizes), laundry detergent.

Men’s Second Breakfast

Saturday, October 3, 10AM, under the tent

By 10 am, it is time to eat again! Join us as we discuss the question, “What is God doing in these uncertain times?” Bring a friend as we connect through worship, fellowship, and a catered meal.  Sign up with Mike Churchill ( or on the church website (  $5 suggested donation.

Small Groups
Are you ready to close this chapter?

Though we can’t quite close the chapter on Covid19, we can close the gap on our time of separation.  We are re-starting a critical aspect of the Cornerstone Community.  Small Groups are relaunching! If you are ready to meet with others for a time of community centered on God’s Word, please email Bob Stebbing (  He will ask you a few questions to help you find a group that fits your schedule

Financial Care Team

The Financial Care Team supports individuals and families in financial distress.  Many at Cornerstone contribute generously to the Benevolence Fund so others might tap into it as the need arises. Our team works anonymously with our regular attenders of CBC needing assistance.
If your financial circumstance has reached a crisis point, it would be our privilege to walk alongside you. Whether you want creative ideas for your budget, assistance with paying some bills, or merely serving as a sounding-board, we’re here to encourage you. We have helped dozens of individuals and families at CBC and again, your privacy is protected so we can help get you through your temporary financial trial with respect.
If you would like more information, feel free to email us at
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