The latest happenings for you & your family at Cornerstone.
ON SUNDAY: We will be going back to two services, 9:30 am and 11am this Sunday.
Have you ever felt that you were struggling in the middle of a Storm? This week we will be looking at what happens when God leads you into a storm and our scripture focus will be Mark 4:35-41
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CS kids Check-in:
Faster, more secure. Checking in needs to be quick. We’re doing all that we can to make that process as fast as possible. And now we’re giving you a tool to quickly check in using your own phone with a mobile pass.
With Apple Wallet, each family’s personal barcode pass will automatically show up within a half-mile of Cornerstone. It’s a simple scan and print for your family to check in. Go to the hub to request a mobile pass.
Citadel Hill Citywide Prayer Meeting:
Sept 21 at 6:00 p.m. at Citadel Hill.
Churches coming together to Pray for our region, Nova Scotia, Atlantic Canada and Canada. Calling all Christians in Nova Scotia to come and make a statement that the answer to Canada is God, the God of the Bible, the God that answers prayers. ROOM FOR 3000 PEOPLE ONLY! Doors Open at 5: 30, the event will take place from 6 PM Click here for more info
Early Morning Guy's Group:
Hey Guys, we will be starting things up again on Tuesday September 25th at 6:00 a.m.
If you have any suggestions to offer for a book from the bible to study, email Denn
Ladies Life Groups:
Ladies small groups will be starting up again on Wednesday evening, Sept 26th (52 Crestfield Dr, Hammonds Plains at 7:00pm) and Thursday morning, Sept 27th (at Cornerstone at 9:00 am)! Looking forward to seeing you again or for the first time if you haven’t been able to join a group in the past. A great way to connect with and support other ladies as we study God’s directions for our lives and how we are to live that out each day! For more information contact Pastor Marilyn.
You can View the new Fall rosters by Visiting The Hub
Make plans, ladies! Harvest Conference is happening on Oct 19-20th at Kings Church in Quispamsis, NB.
Several of our ladies have attended the past few years and it has been a great event - awesome speakers, great music, delicious food and snacks and of course, awesome company as we have carpooled and shared hotel rooms!
Save the weekend of October 26-28 for our Maximizing Impact Weekend. The district MI team will be visiting Cornerstone to help us as we prepare to move forward as a church.
During the day on Friday each of the staff and leadership team will be interviewed by the MI Team and then on Friday evening, there will be a town hall for everyone who attends Cornerstone. This is your opportunity to let the team know what you love about Cornerstone and what you would change if you had the chance.
On Saturday morning the MI Team will be sharing leadership principles for a healthy church, followed by a Q&A with the MI team.
Sunday morning Rev. Joel Gorvette, from Moncton Wesleyan, will be preaching, then the Team's completed reported will be presented to the Church family.
We hope students will consider joining us again this year, or perhaps for the first time for Encounter Weekend 2018. We are full of expectation and believe the Lord is already at work stirring the hearts of our students. Encounter will be held at Kingswood University in Sussex, Nb.
November 2 & 3, 2019
Early Registration is $65 due by October 19, 2018
Late Registration (Oct 20) $75
Students must be in grades 9-12
Overnight accommodations provided by Kingswood University.
Register at the HUB and click the Encounter Registration Card.
Remembrance Day Services:
This year Remembrance Day falls on a Sunday and we will be taking time in both of our services to remember.
With the Cenotaph being across the road you could attend the 9:30 service at Cornerstone and then cross the road for the community service. If you are going to do that, we would ask that you park off the pavement on the gravel, because parking may be a challenge that day.
If you are interested in helping out as a parking lot attendant that day please let Denn know.
Step back in time and stroll through the streets of Bethlehem. The date for Bethlehem Live this year will be November 24th and we'd love for you to be a part of the entire interactive experience. For more info contact David or Peggi MacEachern
Terry Fox Run
Jesus came to save sinners which looked after eternity, but he cared for humanity - healing the sick & comforting those suffering. Cancer is still around despite the advances that have been made in diagnosis and treatment. Terry Fox had a vision and the boldness to attempt to run across Canada on one leg. This year will be the 38th annual Terry Fox Run. It will be the 20th year that Bruce Barteaux will have run a minimum of 100 km for his personal effort to support this cause. Your prayers would be appreciated by both he & Bonnie who will ride the distance with him. To find more info or if you are interested in financially supporting the fight against cancer, check out this link. http://www.terryfox.ca/bruce_barteaux Many thanks!