Coming to one of our services on a Sunday is the best way to begin to experience life as part of Cornerstone Church.
Visiting us on Sundays
As you enter the building you’ll be welcomed and will be offered a copy of our weekly welcome leaflet, and a Bible to use in the service. If you have any questions, do feel free to ask the welcome team.
Our morning services begin at 9.15am and 11.15am and include the same content. Between 300 and 400 other people will be there, and there are specific groups for all babies, children and young people.
Our evening service begins at 7pm and ends at 8pm. This is a smaller service, with 120-160 people in attendance.
At all of our services, we spend time worshipping God with the best of contemporary songs and older hymns, hearing about God’s mission in our city, our nation and internationally, praying together, reading the Bible and then hearing a 30 minute sermon to help us understand and apply God’s word to our lives.
If you are new to Cornerstone fill in one of our Connect Forms by clicking here
Our services start at 9.15am, 11.15am and 7pm, come along a few minutes early to find a seat. Our doors are open 30 minutes before our services start. Tea and coffee is served after all our services.
Details of how to find us and where to park can be found on our How to find us page.
There is no dress code, please wear whatever is most comfortable for you.
Sit wherever you feel comfortable, our Welcome Team will be happy to help you if you need assistance.
Our 9.15am and 11.15am services are around 75 minutes long. Our evening service starts at 7pm and finishes at 8pm.
In the morning we have provision for children and youth (aged 0-18). Our creche is open from five minutes before each morning service and our children and youth groups usually leave midway through the service. Visit our Children and Youth pages for futher information. If you bringing Children or Youth for the first time please visit our Children and Youth registration desk in the foyer.
We aim to make our Sunday church services accessible and inclusive to everyone. The building is easily accessible, with step free access from both the car park and Castle Boulevard. We have a number of disabled car parking spaces. We have accessible toilets on both our ground and first floors and a lift is available for those who need to use it to access out first floor. We also provide a T-loop system available. Please ask the Welcome team if you require any assistance.
Tea and coffee is served after all our services. In the morning drinks are served in the main auditorium and foyer. In the evening drinks are served in the main auditorium.
If you are new to Cornerstone then please make your way over to the Connect Area, at the left handside of the main auditorium, after the service.
One of the key ways of feeling part of the church family here at Cornerstone is to be part of a smaller midweek group. If you are new , of if you've been here a while but not yet settled in a Connect Group, we would like to invite you to Connect Central. It's held at Castle Boulevard and is a great introduction to Cornerstone and our small groups.
Thank you for making us feel so welcome at Cornerstone, we’ve really appreciated you reaching out and connecting us with other people.
If you are new to Cornerstone fill in one of our Connect Forms by clicking the link below