Easter Sunday is a glorious day! We celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. He is alive! That profound truth changes everything. We hope you will spend the morning with us – all or part of it – in celebrating the Risen Lord. Here’s the schedule:
- 7:00 AM – Easter Sunrise Service
- 8:00 AM – Easter Breakfast (cooked by the men of the church)
- 8:45 AM – Indoor Easter Egg Hunt for Children
- 9:30 AM – Sunday School for all ages
- 10:30 AM – Easter Worship Service – featuring inspiring music
- (No Evening Worship)
As you can see, it will be a great morning! It will be even better if you join with us to lift up our Savior who loves us, and who is alive today!
Please join us for our Winter Bible Study, February 3-5, 2017 – “How Can I Know? – Answers to 7 of Life’s Most Crucial Questions.” In this outstanding study, we will watch via DVD Video the teaching of Dr. Robert Jeffress, Pastor of the historic First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, as he teaches on seven key questions we face in life. We will discuss each question after viewing the video message. Here is our schedule:
Friday, February 3
6:00 PM – Supper Provided
7:00 PM – Session 1: “How Can I Know there is a God?”/“How Can I Know the Bible is True?”
Saturday, February 4
6:00 PM – Session 2: “How Can I Know Christianity is the Right Religion?”/How Can I Know I’m Going to Heaven when I Die?”
Sunday, February 5
10:30 AM – Session 3 – “How Can I Know God is Good?”
12 Noon – Carry-in Potluck Meal after Morning Worship (Please bring a family-sized main dish and a side dish or dessert to share).
1:00 PM – Session 4: “How Can I Know How to Forgive Someone?”/”How to Start Over when I’ve Blown It?”
Note: All teaching sessions in the Sanctuary; Nursery & Childcare provided for children 5th Grade and under
ATTENTION: No 6 PM Evening Service Sunday, February 5
We are planning a group trip to see the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum in Kentucky, April 24-26, 2017. We are planning to hire a coach for our transportation that will hold 40 people.
If you plan to go on the trip, please sign up on one of the new sign-up sheets posted on the bulletin boards in the foyer or by the church office. The more people going on the trip, the cheaper the cost for each person. The price sheet is printed in the bulletin insert and posted by the sign-up sheets on the bulletin boards. The cost of the coach and tickets to the attractions must be paid by March 24th. Make checks out to Cornerstone Baptist Church. Contact Susan at 893-2600 for any questions about the trip and the cost.
We will have contact information for the hotel after February 19th so you can call and make reservations directly.
We hope you plan to attend our Christmas Eve Candlelight Service on Saturday, December 24th at 6:00 PM. Childcare will not be provided, but we will have special, flame-less candles for the children to hold so they can participate. We will also celebrate the Lord’s Supper during this special service.
Invite your family and friends and join us for this special Christmas Service.
The J.O.Y. Puppets will perform “Hallelujah, He is Born!” The Christmas Story in music, narration and gospel illusion, on Sunday, December 18th during the Evening Worship Service at 6:00 PM. Come and bring your family and friends and watch the Christmas Story being performed by our talented J.O.Y. Puppet Team!
Cornerstone’s adult and children’s choirs will present “Christmas Is a Birthday” on Sunday, December 18, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. You won’t want to miss this time of celebrating Christ’s birth in music and song. Bring your friends and family and join us for this special event.
We will have a special International Missions Dinner on December 4th at 5:30 PM. This will be a carry-in meal. Please bring a main dish and a side or dessert to share.
Norway is our country focus this year. We hope you will plan to come and share in this important evening of learning about what God is doing in Norway and around our world!
The Kick-off Dinner will take place of our regular Evening Service.
On Sunday, November 6th we will take up an offering for Global Hunger Relief. Our goal is $3300. GHR is an initiative of Southern Baptists formerly known as the World Hunger Fund.
In 2015, due to funds raised for Global Hunger Relief, 1,012,186 people were helped; 4,192 communities were impacted in 64 countries; 105,189 people received health care; 584 community water systems were installed; 970 projects were completed; the Gospel was shared 1.1 million times leading to 21,770 professions of faith.
100% of every dollar given goes directly toward meeting hunger needs. Nothing is removed for promotion, administration, or overhead.
Please prayerfully consider what you can give to help the hungry in our community and around the world.
The Team Kids teachers are planning a special Family Night on Wednesday, October 26th. We will start with a hot dog roast at 5:00 PM for adults and kids. As kids finish eating they will make a candy container. At 6 PM we will start the “trunk or treat” followed by games, face painting, and cookie decorating.
Adults: Your job is to decorate the trunk of your car and hand out candy to the kids. We will all park in the East parking lot for the Trunk or Treat.
Children: Your job is to come in a cute costume (nothing scary or mean), and have fun!
This special family night will take place of our regular Wednesday night Prayer Meeting and classes.
The Men’s Ministry is planning a camp-out for October 7th-8th at in Russellville. You can arrive anytime after 6 PM on Friday. The camp-out will end Saturday at 3 PM.
Come out and learn to fellowship like a lighthouse. Wally Campbell will be our guest speaker on Friday night. There will also be activities, games, and food. You need to be at least 16 years-old to go, with parent’s permission. Bring a tent or sleep underneath the stars, a sleeping bag, something to sit on, a Bible, and a flashlight. If you don’t want to spend the night, come out for Friday evening and return on Saturday morning.
Contact Tim Gilzow with any questions.