What does it mean to follow Jesus? Well depending on who you ask, you might get very different answers. But the idea of following anybody always implies that the person is in our focus and that we are doing all that we can to keep in step with what they say and where they go. That’s what it means to follow and it’s no different with following Jesus.
We are so glad that you are taking the time to read this and to consider what following Jesus is all about. We would love to talk to you about your next steps. Click HERE to get in touch with us.
So you want to get to know God.
The only way to really get to know God is by reading his historical love letter… the Bible.
You can’t get to know someone that you never talk to. It’s impossible. God’s word—the Bible—is the primary way He speaks to us. And it’s the absolute best way to discover how to follow Jesus on a daily basis. If you want to know more about God and His promises, reading the Bible is your next step.
You can download the YouVersion bible app for free for your phone or tablet.
We suggest starting with The Gospel of John and then reading Romans.
At Cornerstone we believe that baptism is by immersion (which means going underneath the water and then coming back up) and that is the way we practice the
ceremony here. Water baptism is an outward demonstration of an inward previous decision to become a follower of Jesus Christ. Water baptism does not save you from your sins. Only by trusting in Jesus Christ alone for salvation can you be saved from your sins.
HERE to complete the Water Baptism Request Sheet.
God has truly knit together something special at Cornerstone and we are excited to see God's grace in action as He continues to draw different people from different cultures together to worship Him in spirit and in truth.
Our membership process is very simple.
Why do we have a New Members Class?
Click HERE to complete the Confidential Membership Application form.
The people brought little children to Jesus for Him to place His hands on them and pray for them... Matthew 19:13. We believe that praying for children honours God and helps prepare parents to trust God in the raising of their children so they will grow to know and serve Him.