April 17, 2017

Cultivating Community

In a time when we can connect with people almost instantly and virtually, it’s hard to believe that our time has been called the “age of loneliness.”  From Facebook to Facetime, Skype to SnapChat, we are constantly “connected,” yet we’re craving something more.  What we’re really hungry for is a sense of community.  We want relationships built on more than likes and status updates, but we’re not always sure where to find those relationships, or how to build them.

What if you could create your own community one intentional moment at a time?  At Cornerstone Community Church, our desire is to offer people the opportunity to build relationships through life groups.  Beginning April 24th you can start your own group with the people you’re already naturally connected to.  Think about it for a minute…what if you could be intentional with your co-worker, neighbor, or the friend that you see occasionally?  What if you could take advantage of a resource created to help you be intentional with the people you’d enjoy spending more time with?

As we begin a new sermon series called “The Struggle is Real” a few of our pastors will be filming a weekly discussion series to help you and whomever you choose start your own group.  You’ll have the opportunity to create community and grow in your faith.  All you have to do is pick your people, pick your place, and pick your time.  Each week, we’ll text you a link to the discussion video, and one of our Life Group Coordinators will follow up to see how you’re doing.  All you have to do is text “groups” to 951-972-8221, and we’ll get you started!

Join us for our new sermon series, “The Struggle is Real” this weekend on campus in Wildomar, California at any one of our weekend services or at our online campus which can be found at go2cornerstone.live!

Service Times
Sat // 5:00pm
Sun// 9:00, 10:20 & 11:40am


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