At Cornerstone you’ll find a community of real people, led by leaders who emphasize their real-world, real-life experience to guide our community toward an authentic and abundant life.
REAL. SMART. BRAVE. FUN.
In 1992 Cornerstone began as a safe place for people to discover God and connect with others. We're grateful for all God has done and invite you to become a part of God's unfolding story at Cornerstone.
We invite you to check us out, "Online", here. Or watch any of our services, "On-demand", here. We have three onsite services; 9:00, 10:20, and 11:40am in our Main Sanctuary. When you are ready to tell us who you are, please text "NEW" to 951-425-4425. We have a gift for you: (a cup of coffee or tea on us). Why give us your information? By giving us your name, email, and cell phone, you will receive all emails and texts from our church informing you of next steps, events, services, and any important information to Cornerstone.
If at any time you desire to reach us, there are a couple of ways to do that. Email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Go to our "About" page, here, click on any staff member, and email them directly. Or simply call us at 951-674-8661.
From classic to contemporary, our music styles are as diverse as our people. Try multiple venues until you find one that fits your personal worship style.
Kids & Teens
There is nothing more important to us than our kids. Our world class, safe and fun environments create space for our kids to make their faith their own. Currently offering onsite services for Kindergarten through fifth grade during both weekend services. And youth ministry services Tuesday's from 7:00-8:00pm online and Sundays at 10:20am onsite.
In India, we’re building schools that provide a great education and the love of Christ to some of the world’s most neglected kids. In Africa, we’re partnering with organizations that focus on training people to follow Christ and break the cycle of poverty. When you see the life-long, world-changing, heart-healing dreams we’re pursuing, you won’t know whether to cry or smile so big your face hurts.