Sunday, April 28th
Philippians Week 1 (All Sites)
Scripture Reading | Acts 16:6-40

Smart Parenting for a Smartphone Generation

They are the first generation for whom internet access is constantly available where ever they are and this has serious consequences.

This two-day retreat will look at some of these consequences such as declining mental health, growing up more slowly, struggles with real relationships, and smartphone addictions.

Practical help on how we can respond as parents, youth workers, and teachers will also be provided.

Guest Speaker: Paul Robertson – Youth Culture Specialist for Youth Unlimited

Ticket cost: $25

This two-day retreat starts Friday, May 3rd @ 7pm.

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Rent a Youth Team

Rent a Youth Team
Saturday, May 18, 2019

We have four teams of Youth and Leaders to serve you with any chores or work you may need around the house – just in time for spring cleaning on the long weekend!

Teams will be available Saturday from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Cost to rent a youth team for the day is $200

Contact Hannah Bartlett for more information:

Cornerstone’s 1st Annual Family Camp!

Cornerstone’s 1st Annual Family Camp

June 21st – 23rd @ Camp Seggie

Prices Include

Saturday: Breakfast, Lunch, Supper ( bring your own family snacks )

Accommodations ( 2 families per cabin )

Supervised Seggie Activities

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Watoto Children’s Choir

Watoto Children’s Choir
Friday, May 31st @ 6:30 PM
Cornerstone Cornwall
Everyone Is Welcome To Attend

The “I Was A Stranger” Challenge

Immigration issues have been frequently in the media these days. As a church, Cornerstone continues to wait for the opportunity to sponsor a refugee family. What does the Bible say about all this? How can we be praying?

Now there is a great opportunity to invest yourself in this. Spend a few minutes a day for the next 40 days participating in the I Was A Stranger Challenge. You can start the challenge anytime or follow at your own pace. At the Challenge Yourself page you can get bookmarks for the Bible readings or find a link to follow along on the free Bible app.


For such a time…

In a season like this, of gun violence, racism, sexual violence, of tragedy and hate, like many, I feel I’m treading neck-deep in my own thoughts and emotions of what’s going on all around us.

There’s little left to say that hasn’t been said already. But I’d humbly add this; I pray that as Jesus’ followers we do not give up hope, that we do not abandon ship, and that we do not disengage from the world around us. Now, perhaps more than any other time, this Earth needs to taste and see, salt and light.

Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.”


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