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What to Expect

We want your experience at Cornerstone to be great all the way! From amazing kid’s ministries to contemporary worship and messages, our weekend services are a place where you can encounter the life-changing presence of God. Below you will find some helpful information on what to expect when you arrive at a service. We want your visit to feel as comfortable as possible, so be sure to contact us if you should have any questions; you can also ask a guest services member on the day you arrive.

What to Expect

Worship services are designed to make Biblical Truth relevant to today’s culture. We strive to create an environment where people will want to come to find out about Jesus. The use of music, drama, video and more are all tools we use to help people connect with God. Cornerstone offers worship opportunities for kids, students, and adults.

  • Dressing

    We're comfortable and casual. All are welcome, come as you are.

  • Parking

    As you approach our parking lot(s), you will be greeted by one of our friendly Parking Team Members. This team serves to direct you, and help ensure a timely and efficient traffic flow before and after service.

  • Arrival

    Be sure to grab a free cup of coffee or tea at the Corner Cafe on your way in! Choose from a variety of flavors, and you're welcome to take your cup into service with you.

  • Have young children?

    For infants - 5th grade, our CornerKids ministry is for you. You may want to enter the building on our North Entrance, which is right by our children's wing. You can also fill out an online kids registration form by clicking here. This will help speed up the check in process when you arrive. If you would rather wait until you arrive, that's fine too. Be sure to tell us if this is your first time visiting with us and we will gladly show you around, as well as, where your kids will be worshiping.

  • Have middle school students?

    We have a place just for middle school students called "LIVE!". Let us know if this is your kids first time visiting and we will be happy to show you where it's at. For more information, see our Student Ministries page.

  • Have high school students?

    We have created community for high school students to worship and grow together in smaller groups. It's called The Summit and it meets on Sunday nights. Your high school student is encouraged to check it out. On Sunday morning, they can worship with you in the Worship Center. For more information, see our Student Ministries page.

If you are a Guest...

Stop by Guest Services after any of our worship services to ask questions about the many ministries at Cornerstone and to receive a free gift. We'll also be able to tell you about some ways to get connected.