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Updated Wednesday, September 2nd
On Sunday, August 30th we resumed weekly in-person meetings, outdoors, at Detroit Achievement Academy. Going forward we will meeting there each week on Sundays at 11AM, no longer be alternating between online and in-person services.
In -person worship service is subject to being moved online dependent upon changes in health and safety conditions and/or bad weather. We plan to make these decisions and announce any changes by the Saturday evening, prior to service and will update our website accordingly. To sign-up to receive text and email updates, text cornerchurch313 to 94090.
It is time again to sign-up for discipleship groups. We are resetting our groups in September, so please be sure to sign-up even if you have been placed in a group in the past.
With the welcoming of our Children's Ministry Director, Kelsey Lambrecht, we are planning to roll out new content and materials each week to help parents disciple their children. Check out these great new resources using the link below:
Also, take a moment to learn a bit more about Kelsey in the video below:
On Sunday, August 30th, we began a new series focused on prayer entitled A Life of Prayer.
The first sermon in this series is called Praying in the Spirit.
Take a listen to the first installment in the series, "Praying in the Spirit" HERE.
Pastor Tyler gives an introduction on what to expect from the new series below:
One of the core values at Cornerstone Church Detroit is service to the community.
As the coronavirus/COVID-19 sweeps through communities all across America, and Detroit reports one of the highest rates of new cases and deaths in the country, we are working to bless and serve our city's residents in real, tangible ways.
Through Cornerstone Cares we will seek to support the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of people affected by the coronavirus outbreak in Metro Detroit.
Learn more on our Cornerstone Cares page
Last year we asked everyone to be more intentional about evangelism and gospel declaration. As a church, we think that this current pandemic is not a reason to stop intentional outreach, but is a unique opportunity for us to think creatively about how to reach out with the eternal hope of Jesus Christ during a time filled with uncertainty and fear.
We’re relaunching our Mission Three campaign and inviting each of you to join in:
- Who are three people (or families) that you have a unique opportunity to connect with during this time?
- How can you pray and connect with these people?
- Reach out and ask how you can be praying for them.
- Find unique and creative ways to check-in and bless each person God has laid on your heart.
- Share sermons, worship guides and/or devotionals directly or via social media.
- Let’s use the time that God has given us in our homes to pray and plan how we can consistently lift these people up to God.