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’s Youth & Families Ministry has embraced such vision and exists to make disciples of middle school and high school students. By God’s grace, we want to see our 6th through 12th graders actively growing in their relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ and his Church.
Cornerstone’s Youth Ministry seeks to provide our youth with a variety of spiritual growth opportunities in worship, service and fellowship. Cornerstone’s Youth Ministry also devotes itself to fellowship and to the breaking of bread by regular organized activities which focus on cultivating deeper relationships between the youth, the leaders, and most importantly Christ.
Though the first and primary responsibility for the discipleship of youth begins at home, the local church is also has a responsibility to minister to the individual teens, particularly as they move toward adulthood. Ministry to youth and families does not replace the work of parents, rather serves to partner with families to equip and encourage and they grow and nurture their child’s heart for Christ.
In order to accomplish these goals our Philosophy of Youth Ministry is built upon five core distinctives:
- Reach Non-Christian Youth and Their Families
- Affirm and Assist the Family Role
- Integrate Youth into the Church
- Connect Students
- Equip Students to be Godly Leaders
Middle and High School Students meet together for Sunday School downstairs in the Fellowship Hall immediately following the worship service. Please join us as we study God’s Word together!
During Foundations, there will be a discipleship group for our Junior and Senior High girls. The meal begins at 5pm; the discipleship and leadership opportunities begin at 6pm and runs through 7pm. This semester we are studying John Perrit’s Bible 101.
Upcoming CPCYM Events!
For more information, please contact our Youth Director, Taylor King