Maybe you’re new to Cornerstone or you’ve been coming for a couple weeks and want to know how to get connected. Here’s a few suggested steps to get you started.
1. Visit a Worship Service
Our weekly service is Saturdays from 5:00 to 6:15pm, followed by fellowship and snacks. We love it when new people attend, so much so that we give every first-time guest a welcome gift. If you have a family, we have a crying room, nursery, and Cornerstone Kids for K-5th. We also have a wheelchair lift for any who need it.
2. Subscribe to the Cornerstone Connect
The best way to learn about our community is to sign up for our email-newsletter, the Cornerstone Connect. You can signup here and read recent announcements online. Please like our Facebook Page and join our Facebook Group too!
3. Attend a Fellowship Dinner
Our Connections Team hosts Fellowship Dinners for Cornerstone regularly. These dinners are a great opportunity to learn more about us as a church and how to get involved. Watch the bulletin or the calendar for the next gathering.
4. Signup for a Small Group
At Cornerstone, small groups are our primary space for building community and growing followers of Jesus. We host semester-based small groups in the fall, winter, and spring that normally follow the Bible passages from the sermon series. You can signup 3-4 weeks in advance in the church foyer.
5. Invite Your Family, Friends, & Coworkers
Part of making Cornerstone your home is inviting the people you naturally spend the most time with to checkout your church. We hope that you’ll become so excited about what God is doing here that you’ll bring family, friends, and coworkers with you. Just like Jesus can change your life, he can change their lives too!
6. Start Volunteering & Giving
Whether you’re greeting people as they come to worship, helping out with childcare, singing on the worship team, or hosting a small group, we want everyone involved. Read our Playbook to get the scoop on all the great teams you can try. We also encourage you to begin giving your tithes and offerings as an act of thankfulness to God and love for each other.
7. Become a Cornerstone Member
When Cornerstone becomes autonomous from our parent, Immanuel Church, we’re going to have membership. Committing to a local church through membership is an important part of maintaining a healthy relationship with God and other Christians. Read our Church Covenant, Articles of Faith, and Vision, Mission, and Values to learn what we believe and are doing in Westford.