April 25, 2016
A New Season at Cornerstone
We are so excited to announce that on April 30th not only will we be starting a brand new sermon series we will also be launching a new weekend service schedule.
Our Church has been growing over the last few months, and as with all growth some changes need to be made. Saturday services, better known as Coffeehouse, have really felt some growing pains as the 5pm service has been standing room only for quite some time. Sundays haven’t been without their own growing pains as some of our Family Life Environments have been at packed.
To help with these growing pains, we have made the decision to move our Saturday services to main sanctuary as well as combine the 5pm service and the 6:30pm service into one 5pm service that is identical to any one of the Sunday services.
We need your to help ease this transition, we would like to encourage those who attend our Sunday services to consider attending our new Saturday night service in order to make room for new guests on Sundays. With one primary service format, every service has the same feel, the same music and the same message.
The message will be the same on both Saturday and Sunday, but it will be a new experience for all as we start our new series “Love & Respect”. Based on the popular book Love & Respect by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs, this five week series will show us the needs and wants of our partners and what it truly means to unconditionally love and unconditionally respect one another.
Thank you for being a part of this growing family. We cannot wait to see what God has in store for the community of believers here at Cornerstone Community Church.
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