Making Connections at Cornerstone
Cornerstone is a local church that values loving one another in community, encouraging one another in the faith, and growing as followers of Jesus together.
Cornerstone offers an assortment of adult classes, bible studies, and small groups that meet consistently throughout the year.
Sunday School Classes
These include Sunday School classes for all walks of life on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am. For more information about our classes, email Pastor John Punni.
Small Group Bible Study Offerings for 2020
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM in the church
United Methodist Women
United Methodist Women is the largest denominational faith organization for women with approximately 800,000 members whose mission is fostering spiritual growth, developing leaders and advocating for justice.
Cornerstone’s UMW group meets the third Tuesday of each month except July and August. For more information about our UMW group, please contact Kelly McKinley.
Cornerstone Men’s Group
Come join the men of the church for devotion, prayer, and of course a delicious meal. Currently the Men’s Breakfasts are held at 8:30 a.m. on the second Saturday of each month. Currently they are meeting at Heather’s Stockyards Cafe in Stockyard City at 2501 Exchange Avenue #110.
For more information about the Cornerstone Men’s group, please contact Pastor John Punni.
Cornerstone’s youth ministry is led by volunteers from Cornerstone, students have the opportunity to experience God together, grow in their faith, hear and live the gospel, serve in mission, and have fun.
If you have questions about Youth Ministry, email Sarah Alley, youth director.
Cornerstone’s children’s ministry comes alive on Sunday mornings for all ages. This includes classes at 9 am along with a kid’s worship time called the Hideout at 10 am. These ministries are designed to serve children ages 1 through 11 by helping them learn about God, hear the biblical story, provide them with opportunities to serve, and hear the gospel. Starla Eggleston is the Children’s Ministry Director.