Sunday Service Times

Sunday Worship

9:15am + 10:40am



(7th Grade – College Students)


9:15am + 10:40am

(1st Grade – 6th Grade)


9:15am + 10:40am

(Birth – Kindergarten)

Where We Are

What to expect…

If you’re reading this, then you’re probably the type of person that likes learn as much as possible before walking into any uncertain situation. We understand completely. We don’t want your Sunday visit to Cornerstone to have any surprises or uncomfortable moments. Here’s what you can expect on a Sunday morning.

From the parking lot...

You will likely be entering our building through our Main Entrance. Those are the doors covered by our portico. This is the most convenient entrance from most of our parking spots. Upon entering the doors you will find yourself in our Lobby.

In the Lobby...

Upon entering the doors you will find yourself in our Lobby. There are three things to take notice of in this area.

  • Our Coffee Station will be on your left. Grab a cup of coffee or tea. It’s free, and you are more than welcome to bring any refreshments with you into the Worship Center. Our coffee is high quality, trust me.
  • Our Connections Wall has a lot of printed information about our various church ministries as well as registration forms for our preschool, children’s ministries, and more.
  • Our Welcome Kiosk is staffed with friendly volunteers whose sole purpose is to answer any question you may have about Cornerstone Church. If you have a question, or need some directions while in the building, just ask.
If you have kids...

If you have kids, please know kids of all ages are always welcome to join you in main service. A crying baby has never once stopped one of our worship services. We are trained professionals.  If your children would like to participate in our Sunday kids’ ministries, just head straight down the hallway through the lobby. At the end of the hallway you will find a large desk staffed with more friendly volunteers. They will be happy to check your children in to either The Clubhouse (Birth – Kindergarten) or The Workshop (1st – 6th Grade). Our check-in system ensures all of our children remain safe and secure during their time with us.

If you have a teenager or are a teenager you can continue to follow the hallway all the way down to The Warehouse. The Warehouse is our ministry environment for students (7th Grade – College) and meets for a worship service we call Lift at 10:40am on Sunday mornings. Once you step into The Warehouse you will find volunteers who can help with directions or questions.

Into the Worship Center...

On your way into the Worship Center one of our Ushers will hand you our weekly bulletin. This is a snapshot of a few active ministries at Cornerstone Church as well as some basic information on Small Groups, Children’s & Student Ministries, and some notes about our current sermon series and that day’s scripture and sermon. All you have to do at this point is find a seat wherever you’d like.

In your bulletin on the way in you will receive a connection card. On this you are able to introduce yourself by providing contact information as well as request information from us by checking a box next to one or more of our ministry areas. Our staff will be sure to follow up with you later in the week. Once this card is filled out you can place it in the offering basket or hand it to any one of our volunteers of staff on the way out.

The Worship Service...

Our services tend to last between 60 and 65 minutes and are centered around biblical teaching from our Lead Pastor, Brian Law, or one of the other members of our teaching team. Most of the time our weekly sermons are a part of a multi-week series. We believe we can more deeply explore God’s word when we are able to dwell on a topic, theme, or scripture and explore ideas over the course of multiple weeks. If you happen to drop in during the middle of a series and want to get caught up, sermons are always available on our Podcast page.

We also take time during services to sing together with music led by our house band and Worship Director, Brian Otte. We believe congregational singing to be both an expression of joy in the Lord as well as unity in the church and invite you to participate right alongside everyone else.

Our services also include an offering, but as a first-time guest (or second-time, or eighty-first time), we don’t expect you to participate. In fact, we would never hold an expectation that anyone give to Cornerstone Church. Instead, we see our offering as a means of partnering together with enthusiasm for what God is doing through the ministries of Cornerstone Church, and we invite anyone who shares our excitement to be a part of what God is doing through our offering.

On your way out...

This is our last chance to make a first impression. If you’re the type that wants to quietly sneak out the back, then feel free. We aren’t going to chase you down in the parking lot. But if you’d like to know more about Cornerstone Church we always have volunteers and staff available following services to say hello and answer questions. Our Senior Pastor, Brian Law always makes himself available in the Lobby following services. Feel free to introduce yourself on the way out.

Why we do what we do…

Our vision for worship is to motivate the gathered church to proclaim the truth of God’s word, find joy in God’s Presence, and live for God’s Glory.

When we come together as the body of Christ we see the fruits of our worship:

  • We find joy in God (Ps 27:4, Ps 84:1-10)
  • God finds joy in us (Isa. 62:3-5, Zeph. 3:17)
  • We draw near to God (Heb. 10:22)
  • God draws near to us (James 4:8)
  • We grow in our knowledge of God’s Word (2 Tim 3:16, 1 Cor. 2:13)
  • Our faith is strengthened (1 Peter 2:5, 2 Cor. 3:18)
  • God makes his grace known in times of need (Heb 4:16)
  • We encourage and support one another (Col. 3:16, Heb. 10:24-25)
  • Visitors discover the presence of God (1 Cor. 14:25)

Our desire is to empower the people of Cornerstone to lead the people of Cornerstone in worship that is centered on God’s word, God’s presence, and God’s glory.