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We believe God's kingdom is grown and extended through relationships.

Finding your "fit"

If you have never visited Cornerstone Chapel before, we invite you to stop by for one of our Sunday services or special classes. We understand it can take time to get familiar with new people and programs. We would love the chance to get to know you better and answer any questions you may have about our beliefs and mission.

We are a family of believers who passionately pursue God together and help one another live out their unique calling in Christ.

Check out the video below to learn more about the benefits of being planted in a local church.

Growth happens when we are planted.

Designed for Relationship

You and I are designed for relationship with God and with other human beings. In Genesis chapter 2 God declares that it is not good for man to be alone, so he created a suitable helper - another human, similar but different. It was in the context of the relationship with God and each other, that mankind was equipped to fulfill its mission to be fruitful and multiply.

Likewise, you and I will not be able to fulfill God's plan for our lives if we don't choose to live connected with God and with other Believers.

"Church" is not a building we attend on Sundays. It's the fellowship of believers coming together to fully represent Christ on earth. It is not man's idea, it is God's. In Ephesians 4:11-16, God reveals that growth happens as "every part does its share."

Unity and maturity among God's people will reveal His glory upon the earth and draw others to Him.

Why join a specific church?

Where you are planted in a local fellowship is something you need to take seriously before the Lord. He knows the family where you will experience personal growth. He also knows where you need to be so others can be blessed by the anointing and gifts He has placed in you.

As a part of that particular fellowship, you will work with the rest of that Body to fulfill the call of God for that specific church. So it is important for you to know the vision or mission. Does it resonate with or blend with your own calling? Are you able to "own it" and does it spur you to action?

Remember, God does not intend for you to simply be a passive consumer of what that fellowship offers. You are called to contribute, to intentionally serve alongside other members.