About Cornerstone Community Church
Broken people: trusting God, loving others, sharing hope.
At Cornerstone Community Church we are about mission and maturity. As part of the church in Scotland, and informed by church planting principles, we seek opportunities to reach our culture through creative mission, while growing to greater maturity in our Christian faith.
In our Sunday Gatherings we meet as a community of believers and seekers, recognising our brokenness and desperate need for God’s redeeming love and forgiveness while we praise him and learn from his Word to trust him more.
Weekly Community Groups support, encourage and challenge us in our desire to live and love wholeheartedly for Jesus in our home and work lives, as we pray and study God’s word together.
And through our Third Spaces we intentionally use our everyday lives, doing the things we love, to share the hope of Jesus’ love and saving power.
We believe God’s Word – the Bible – is alive and active and so we teach it book by book, passage by passage. To help us learn and grow together we study the same passage across all age groups on Sunday, and in our Community Groups during the week. As we listen and learn, we apply God’s transforming teaching and help to our everyday lives. There is also a mixture of modern songs, hymns and prayers. We have a time after the service where we can chat together over a coffee.
Children stay with their parents at the start of the service but the creche room and toys are available if you require them. The person leading the service will announce when the children go out to their groups. More information on kids groups and other activities can be found here.
‘They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.’ Acts 2:42
‘Unless the Lord builds the house, the builders labour in vain.
Unless the Lord watches over the city, the guards stand watch in vain.’ Psalm 127:1
We are meet together in the office at Castle Road. Please contact the office if you wish information on how to come along.
Prayer is vital, Spurgeon called it the powerhouse for any church. We meet every Tuesday between 12:30pm-1:30pm to pray together at Castle Road. There is time to look at a Bible passage together and then pray for our church, the wider church in Scotland and mission at home and around the world.
Prayer is also weaved into the life of the church during community groups, prayer triplets and before, during and after the Sunday service.
Meeting weekly in homes around Stirling to share a meal, share our lives and study God’s word together.
If you would like to join a community group please contact the office.
We currently have seven groups that meet on either a Tuesday and Wednesday evening. We meet together as families from 5:30pm (or whenever you are finished work) to eat and share some time together. Then from 7:30pm we study the Bible together, usually the passage that is coming up on Sunday and pray for each other.
If you are interested in joining a community group or want to know more please get in touch with the church office.