Home groups are a setting where we can “do the Christian life” in close connection with a few others. If you’d like to get involved, contact a pastor or one of the group leaders:
Nate Tate and Daniel Vanderhorst (Tuesday evenings)
Ken Swygard and Blaine Freidline (Wednesday evenings)
David Tate (Friday evenings)
Cornerstone sponsors events and activities especially for international students and scholars. We enjoy meeting students from other countries and helping them make the adjustment to life in Kansas City. For more information, contact Carlos or En Liang Ung.
The Rock Quarry, Cornerstone’s age-integrated Bible program for children age 5 and up, meets downstairs during the sermon, using the curriculum The Gospel Project for Kids. It’s designed to help children understand the Bible is one big, exciting story that tells how God is the Hero who rescues us.
For infants and toddlers, a nursery is also available downstairs with a preschool-age version of The Gospel Project for Kids.
Cornerstone’s youth community (ages 13-19) is called LLAMAS, short for “Loving the Lord And his Mighty Act of Salvation.” Our goals are to stir young people to strive after Jesus and to stimulate growth into mature men and women of Christ. Biweekly Wednesday meetings provide a fun environment for pursuing these goals.