December 21, 2016
Christmas Eve at Cornerstone
We’re so excited for what is in store this Saturday right here at Cornerstone Community Church. Christmas Eve is a time that is often dedicated to family, traditions and time spent together with those that we love. Which is exactly why we can’t wait for you all to be here at one of our five Christmas Eve services!
The first service will start at 1:00pm and will be followed by services at 2:30pm, 4:00pm, 5:30pm and 7:00pm. You won’t want to miss what we have planned this year! We’ve designed the experience around both Cornerstone and Christmas traditions. You’ll find classic Christmas carols, the telling of the birth of Jesus as well as Pastor Ron reading us all a story.
There will be no services on Christmas Day, you’re welcome to show up but everything will be locked and no one will be here. So it’s really best if you stay home with your families.
We hope that’ll you’ll join us this Saturday! You are what make Cornerstone so great and we would love to share this Christmas Eve with you! RSVP Today to help us plan, or just show up at any of the services!
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