Dinner Church Covid guidelines have been changed effective June 27, 2021:
1. Masks will be no longer be required.
2. We will continue to serve by tables being called up to be served one at a time.
3. All food, drinks and condiments will be served by the Cornerstone team, wearing gloves.
4. Food will be served from the kitchen window to allow for distancing.
In the time of Jesus and His Apostles, there was no church. No buildings with pews and stained-glass windows. No choirs and hymns. And no preacher giving a sermon high above the congregation.
Instead, there were dinners. Intimate conversations. Relationships built with believers and nonbelievers alike. And always, Jesus prayed and healed and told them all about the Kingdom of God that he was bringing on the earth.
At Cornerstone, we have incorporated this form of “church”, as brought to us by Jesus and the early church founders. At Dinner Church we invite anyone and everyone to join us for a delicious and filling dinner. We eat together, and strangers quickly become friends. And we offer healing, and prayer, and friendship, as we share stories of Jesus.
Join us in the Activity Building behind the main church on the dates shown below, and see why Dinner Church at Cornerstone has become such a big deal. All are welcome – every human being who wishes to come!
Dinner Church resumed on Sunday, May 30, 2021 at 5:00 pm in the Activity Building after a closing for over a year due to the pandemic. For the summer we will have Dinner Church on the fourth Sunday of June and July only. At the end of summer we will determine how we will proceed in the fall, whether twice a month or weekly. Check back on this page!
Dinner Church: Food. Faith. Fellowship.
Below are just a few photos from some of our dinners:
In October 2019, as a part of the requirements of the grant that Cornerstone received for from the Oklahoma United Methodist Conference, a video was created to showcase what had been accomplished this year and a little bit more about what dinner church is for anyone that wasn’t so sure!