Events

HAPPENING IN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS

Service Times 9:30 & 11:00 a.m.

ON SUNDAY:
This is week Seven of our Minion series. This week we are looking at a Minion who doesn’t say a word in the entire story. Our scripture focus comes from Luke 3:21-23

FATHER’S DAY:
We will be taking time to recognise and honour our Dads on Father’s Day June 18th in both services

CHURCH WORK DAY:
Our Annual Work/Clean up Day is scheduled for June 17th this year. If you can give us an hour or four it would be greatly appreciated. We will be there from 9 until 12ish and there will be bbqed Hot Dogs etc for lunch.
If it is raining on Saturday we will be cancelling the work day. Check our Facebook page for details or email Denn to check and see it we are on.

OPEN DOOR CENTRE:
Don’t forget to bring your box back with your donation inside, on Father’s Day. Your gift is tax deductible. We are so thankful for your partnership with us! To find out more about Open Door visit opendoorcentre.com.

CORNERSTONE KIDS CELEBRATION:
Cornerstone Kids Families, mark June 25th on your calendar as we will be having an end of the school year celebration day in Kids Ministry! Weather permitting we will be outside for most of the morning so send your kids prepared to be in the sun! 🙂 If the weather doesn’t cooperate we will be inside but either way we will be having lots of fun activities for the kids, snacks and a treat to take home! It is going to be lots of fun for everyone and we hope to see you there. Also parents, if you do not ordinarily volunteer in kids ministry but you would be willing to help supervise an activity that morning, please, let me know that you will be available! 🙂 If you have further questions, please, contact Pastor Marilyn

NOW (NIGHT OF WORSHIP):
Join us on June 25th at 7:00 p.m. for another night of worship at Cornerstone.

COMING SOON

CORNERSTONE GARDENERS:
If you like to garden and would be willing to help keep Cornerstone beautiful check with Tamara Elwood to see how you can help.

PRAYER TEAM:
If you would like to be a part of Cornerstone’s Online Prayer team please email Karen Wickwire and she will add you to our list.

CATON’S ISLAND:
The Wesleyan Church offers great Children and Teen Camps on Caton’s Island on the Saint John River in New Brunswick. For more information see the bulletin board or information table or visit their website

BEULAH CAMP:
For over 120 years Wesleyans have been gathering to worship at Beulah Camp on the shores of the Saint John River in Browns Flat New Brunswick. The dates this year are between July 8 and July 16th. To find out more visit their website

CONSUMED YOUTH UPDATES:
Summertime is quickly approaching and we are switching to our summer schedule soon. June 21st is our last night of regular Youth Group. There will be no Youth Group on June 28th, but on June 30th we’ll be having a BBQ and Bonfire Year End Celebration from 7-9pm. Students going into 6th grade in the fall are welcome to join us for the Year End BBQ and Bonfire and continue coming to our events all summer long.

YOUTH YARD SALE:
Have too much stuff? Want more stuff? Can’t be bothered by having your own Yard sale? Cornerstone Youth is having a massive yard sale on August 19th.
There are three ways to help:
1 . Donate your stuff. We’ll start collecting things over the summer to sell for you, and we’ll keep all the money we make off your stuff to send students to rallies, buy students snacks, and do games. It’s a great cause worth donating to. 2. Sell your own stuff and let Cornerstone Youth have a percentage or donation from your sales. We’ll get you set up with a table or two and you can sell your own stuff, make some extra money and help raise money for our youth.
3. Buy Stuff. We’ll have all kinds of great deals for you to buy, best of all you know that the money you spend is going to benefit Cornerstone Youth! That’s a Win Win! Contact Stefan for more information.

ONGOING EVENTS:

GLOBAL PARTNER UPDATE:
Stay informed with what is happening with the Wesleyan Church around the world. Read the latest Update

FEED NOVA SCOTIA:
Each month Cornerstone collects Chunky Soup and Evaporated Milk for Feed Nova Scotia. Bring your soup and milk in on the first Sunday of each month.

WESLEYAN DISCIPLINE:
If you have ever wondered about the governing principles of the Wesleyan Church, or just need help sleeping you can download a copy of the Wesleyan Discipline by clicking here.

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE:
If you would like to become a regular contributor of this ministry we do provide meals for RMH every second Monday. Look for the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board, or check out Cornerstone’s Face book page to see what items are needed for the meal we are making for that week. Feel free to contact Wanda or Vashti. If you have questions as to how you can help!

CONSUMED:
Youth Group (Grades 6 -12) meets each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. For more details contact Stefan.

LIFE GROUPS:
All our our Life Groups are now on Summer Hiatus but will return in the fall.

ONLINE GIVING:
If you are interested in Online giving. You can give to Cornerstone on line using Pay Pal by clicking Donate or via Canadahelps.org or using an E.transfer via giving@cornerstonewesleyan.ca

PRE-AUTHORIZED DEBIT:
Are the only cheques you write for Cornerstone? You can now take advantage of Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD) for your giving – PAD can be set up for the 1st and/or 16th of each month. Forms can be downloaded by clicking here.

E.TRANSFERS:
We’ve been asked if we can accept E.Transfers for giving, the answer is yes. The email needed is giving@cornerstonewesleyan.ca and you can provide Mike Kneebone with your security question and answer.

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MINISTRY ROSTER FOR SUNDAY

The Spring Rosters can be downloaded here 9:30 & 11:00

9:30

Scripture Reading: Paul S. Greeting: Croucher/ Talbot Nursery: Dana C/ Val L Coffee: Crosby
11:00

Scripture Reading: Louise C. Greeting: Caza/ Blair Nursery: Ashley W/ Anne Louise M Coffee: Whitman
NOTICES

CONDOLONCES:

Our thoughts and prayers are with Craig Sutherland on the recent sudden loss of his father.