In Cornerstone we strive to encourage our youth through instruction, fellowship, and service, to grow as disciples of Christ and to experience how good and reasonable it is to put their trust in God and to live for Him.
In our teaching we have three main emphases: (1) to know and understand what God has revealed to us in His Word, (2) to demonstrate that are faith rests on a solid foundation, and (3) to provide adequate answers to life’s difficult questions and show how our faith is to be lived out moment by moment.
The Cornerstone program provides our youth with a warm and healthy environment in which to experience fellowship and build lasting friendships. We strive for unity in Cornerstone, and we oppose the cliques and image-based acceptance that are so common in youth culture. We see service as an important means to further growth and as the inevitable fruit of Christian maturity. We encourage our students in service and give them opportunities to step forward.
Cornerstone has a range of programs geared to providing various ways for a student to be involved. This allows us to better meet students where they are, and allows students to take steps when they are ready.
Cornerstone relies on many volunteers and parents who bless our youth through their prayers, service, chaperoning, chauffeuring, cooking, teaching, organizing, recruiting, and help as needed.
These are our two youth Bible study groups for the high school students in the church. Our aim is to encourage high school students to learn and apply God’s will into a life of faith. The evening also include a bit of fun and treats. We meet on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:30 at Church.
Contact Bruce Wiley at [email protected]