What to Expect When You Visit Cornerstone

This page addresses common questions you might have before visiting Cornerstone for the first time.

WHAT TIMES ARE WORSHIP SERVICES?

Streaming Online all day starting at 8am.
8:30am Sunday outside under the tent.
10:00am Sunday outside under the tent.

WHAT'S THE MUSIC LIKE?

All 3 services have a contemporary worship band with a blend of hymns and modern praise songs.

WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?

We currently offer kids’ programming at our 10 am service for kids 3 through middle school. Our 3 year olds-kindergarteners and our 6th-8th graders participate in musical worship before being dismissed to their age-appropriate programs. 1st-5th graders spend the whole service in their Sunday School class. At the current time our high school students are encouraged to attend the service with their families. See a Cornerstone Host on Sunday for directions!

WHERE DO I PARK?

Our parking lot is currently being used for our outdoor service. So, we ask that you park in the surrounding neighborhoods along the street.  Please be respectful and cautious not to block any driveways.

WHAT'S A WORSHIP SERVICE LIKE?

Our worship services begin with a time of musical worship, led by our worship band, followed by a sermon from God’s Word. Cornerstone pastors preach verse by verse through the Bible, with exhortation, encouragement and practical application. A free-will offering is taken by the passing of offering bags as an extension of our worship.

HOW DO PEOPLE DRESS?

Please come as you are. You will see everything from suits to t-shirts.

CAN I TAKE COMMUNION?

Communion is served monthly during Sunday worship services and is open to all believers who have placed their faith in Jesus Christ.

HOW DO I GET CONNECTED?

Due to current COVID guidelines, we do not have our Welcome Center open on Sunday mornings. Please feel free to reach out to Pastor Mike Churchill at any time. He would be happy to answer any questions you have and to help you get connected. Mikechurchill@cbcglendora.org

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