Cornerstone Presbyterian Church was created with the vision given in Acts 2:42: “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” Cornerstone Youth has embraced such vision in the development, training and encouragement of its youth.
Cornerstone Youth devotes itself to the apostles’ teaching in weekly Sunday School classes focusing on the study of Scripture and during our Youth Group meetings twice a month on Sunday evenings. There are additional growth opportunities for the youth at our Wednesday night Foundations gathering, including a discipleship group and leadership opportunities.
Cornerstone Youth devotes itself to fellowship and to the breaking of bread by regular organized activities which focus on creating deeper relationships between the youth, the leaders, and most importantly Christ. Such activities have included weekend retreats, rafting trips, short-term local missions, lock-ins, service projects, and other random spur of the moment activities to consistently keep our youth engaged with one another.
Cornerstone Youth believes prayer to be an essential part of the Christian life and is devoted to prayer by praying weekly, privately and corporately, for the needs of our church and of our community.
We are always seeking additional volunteers who love the high-energy world that is youth ministry. If you are interested in serving Cornerstone’s youth ministry, please contact our Youth Coordinator, Jessica Zambie at email@example.com
Cornerstone Youth meets for Sunday School downstairs in the Youth Room immediately following the Sunday morning worship service. High School students are doing a study on Apologetics and Junior High students are doing a study on Biblical Relationships. Please join us as we fellowship and open God’s Word together.
Wednesday Night Foundations
Foundations begins February 1st. During Foundations, there will be a discipleship group for our Junior and Senior High girls. During this time, the guys are encouraged to assist with the children’s ministry Catechism training or sit in on the adult classes. The meal begins at 5 PM; the discipleship and leadership opportunities begins at 6 PM.
This is also a great opportunity for fellowship and discipleship for our junior and high school students. Our meeting is from 6:00-7:30 and includes dinner, worship, and discussion. The dates for this semester are Jan 8 & 29, Feb 12 & 26, Mar 5 & 19, Apr 2 & 23, May 7 & 21. There will be a special Graduate Recognition Day on May 21.
For additional information or any questions, please contact the following:
Jessica Zambie; firstname.lastname@example.org, 205-913-2856