For even the Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve...
God created you with gifts that fill an important need in the local church and make an eternal difference in the lives of others. Let us know how you'd like to get involved.
Serve in our church
Use your unique gifts to help build the Kingdom.
There are many ways to serve at Cornerstone Church. As a community, we need each other to further the Kingdom of God. He has given you gifts and we have a place for you to exercise and strengthen those gifts. We're so thankful to all of our volunteers who help things run smoothly on Sunday mornings and beyond.
Connect Desk | Greeter
Organized by our administrator, Kristen Pontious, those in the Connect Desk stay up to date on upcoming events and other information to be able to answer questions. Greeters welcome people as they arrive on Sunday mornings.
Throughout the year, there are needs for extra help for events. These include our Loving Hearts Banquet, Easter Drama, Thanksgiving In A Bag, Christmas Banquet, and others. Areas of need depend on the event. Serving includes set up, tear down, building, or fixing structures around the church.
The areas of volunteering for production include working with sound, video, screens, and live stream during our Sunday morning services. Another area to serve is photography on Sunday mornings and other events hosted by Cornerstone Church.
C-Kids | Nursery
Do you have a heart for caring for children? To work with C-Kids (ages 3-11) or the nursery (ages 0-3) you can contact our children's director, Sheryl Alexander. Every new volunteer must complete the FFL (Foundations For Life) class. You can find information on the next FFL class under "Upcoming Events."
If you have a talent in singing or playing an instrument, we'd love to hear from you. Practices are on Thursday nights and Sunday mornings before service. This team is led by worship pastor, Adam Wahl.
Cooking for Events
Everyone loves food! If cooking is something you enjoy, we need people to cook benevolence meals for funerals, meals for families with a new baby, as well as cooking for events and ministries such as Thanksgiving In A Bag and church dinners.