Community Groups

Authentic relationships are a core value of Cornerstone, and we have a variety of small groups where people can connect. Community Groups are small groups which meet in a ten-week Fall Cycle (October -December) and another ten-week Winter-Spring Cycle (February -April). Many groups discuss the previous Sunday's sermon but some choose to do something else.

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Sunday School

Join us every Sunday Morning at 9:30am before the main service for Sunday School. Individual classes are provided for children, middle school students, and adults.

Once a month we gather together as one large group for a Get To Know You Sunday. On this special Sunday we invite different members of our church to come and share their life stories with us.


Children's Ministry

Sunday morning is prime time for getting God's Word into the hearts of children and adults. We also welcome children to stay in the main service.

Nursery: for children ages 0-3 years. All nursery volunteers must complete Safe Kids Training and pass a background check prior to serving. Contact Shari Moffat

Tater Tots: for children ages 3-5 years. Teacher Ginny is simply amazing. Tater Tots meets for the entire 75 minute worship service. Contact Ginny Lowe

Kids Klub: for children 1st to 5th grade. Meets twice a month. Contact Ashleigh Arnold


Youth Ministry

When a student begins junior high, he or she can take advantage of Cornerstone's personal and dynamic Student Ministries, led by Shauna Hernandez and Jeff Long. It's highly relational, it's fun, and it's focused on making strong disciples of Christ.


Women's Ministry

New to Cornerstone or want to connect? We're active on social media, provide small groups and host monthly events.

Check out ways to get involved in the links below.


Men’s Ministry

We don’t have a formal men’s ministry but men are always meeting together to build relationships and benefit from accountability. COG (Cornerstone Old Geezers) is mostly for retired men. They meet every other Tuesday during the school years.



At Cornerstone we serve both our local and global communities.

The Local Outreach group has two major roles: encouraging and supporting local ministries which Cornerstone members partner with, and sponsoring local outreach events and activities.

Global Outreach: We want to "multiply Christ's kingdom" not just in nearby communities but also around the world. We've chosen to develop deep relationships and invest in a few strategic missionaries and agencies.