9:45- Sunday School
10:45- Worship Service
6:30- Adult Bible Study
6:30- Revive Youth Ministry
"So we make it our goal to please him, whether we are at home in the body or away from it." -2 Corinthians 5:9
The women's ministry at Cornerstone brings women of all ages together in a variety of ways to help them develop deeper relationships with Christ through prayer, the study of Scripture, and mutual encouragement in the faith. We seek to build up the women of the Church by encouraging them in their walk with Christ both individually and corporately. To do this, we use a variety of different fellowship opportunities, including:
-Sunday School at 9:45 am on Sundays. There are several classes on Sunday morning to allow our women to study God’s Word together and share their life experiences with others.
-Weekly Bible Study group will begin Tuesday, November 10, at 10:00 am in the home of Lea Ann Cochran, 8756 CR 8 (behind Easley’s Vet Clinic). The study is Psalm 91, God’s Umbrella of Protection. Books and workbooks are being provided for free by the Women’s Ministry.
Contact Reta Field, 669-2076, if you need books.
-WOM: Our Women On Missions (WOM) group is actively involved in praying for missionaries all over the world. They guide our congregation in giving to the Cooperative Program so that foreign and home missionaries can be provided with the support they so desperately need, and WOM also consistently finds ways to serve our community, such as through the Teddy Bear Ministry This group meets at 10am on the last Wednesday of each month to make and deliver teddy bears to the local hospital and law enforcement agencies. These bears are a source of comfort to a child during a time of extreme distress and with the little scripture sewn into each bear, can be a practical way to share God’s encouraging Word with those who are in need.
-Conferences: Throughout the year our women travel together to attend various ministry conferences for women including Women of Faith and an annual Women's Retreat. These weekend trips are a meaningful way to be refreshed in faith and encouraged in relationships, first with God, then with each other.