So you’ve heard about Cornerstone and you're a little curious. Going to a new place can be intimidating and scary. How will I know where to park? What if my kid has to go to the bathroom? What do I wear? We’ve asked those questions too. Please know we will make every effort to make sure your first experience is worry free.
1. Put on Your Comfortable Clothes
Leave that tie on the rack and consider wearing jeans. What you wear is not nearly important as who you are.
2. Park Your Car
Click on this map link
and wholla you know how to get to our building. Park near the glass doors in the front so it's a short walk. Here's the Google Street View
so you know what to look for.
3. The main lobby
Once you walk through the front doors you'll be in the lobby. Now you get to make your first big decision of the day. Do I go straight and get coffee now or should I turn right and take my children to the kids area (see #4 below)? If you can't decide or want some help, just ask the volunteers at the welcome table in the main lobby.
4. Cornerstone Kids
Take the most important people in the building to the child check in area. We encourage families to stay together for the beginning of the service. We have a part of the service, Children's Corner, that's just for kids. Ok, the "kids-at-heart" seem to like it as much as the kids. After Children's Corner, our volunteers will lead the processional of kids to their own area for a fun experience to learn about lessons from the Bible.
5. Walk Right In, Sit Right Down
Bring your coffee, grab a worship guide, and get ready to worship. Sit wherever you feel comfortable and don’t worry about anyone making you stand up and say your name. Say hi to your neighbor, they may be new too.
We have worked hard to provide you with an experience where you can connect with God. At 10:00, the band plays a relevant style of music that you will enjoy. Their passion for God is contagious. Words will be in the worship guide for you to follow. You may see some people expressing their love for God by closing their eyes, sitting, clapping, and even raising their hands. Several people from our church come from a very traditional church, but enjoy this relevant style of worship.
Todd Hare has a style that is relational and to the point. He is passionate about how the Bible leads us into truth and helps us with every day living. We will use music, drama, and other creative methods to make learning interesting for you.
We will always be done by 11:30 so you can beat the lunch rush at Genova’s.