• happening In the Next Two weeks


    Service Times 10:00 a.m.

    On Sunday:

    This week we begin our Story of the Book Series with "The Bible for Dummies" or "Genesis to Revelation in 25 minutes, or So" Our Scripture focus will be Psalm 119:105-112


    CIA:

    Don't forget your chunky soup and evaporated milk on July 5th for Feed Nova Scotia. One of the needs this time of year at Feed Nova Scotia is sunscreen, when you can't afford food chances are there won't be sunscreen for the kids. Why not pick up a bottle to add to the soup table on Sunday? Check out this Story

    summer Service Time:

    Beginning July 5th we will be combining our services for the summer. Worship time will be at 10:00 a.m.


    Story of the Book:

    Our summer series is entitled: "Story of the Book" and we will be taking a whirlwind tour through the Bible.


    Cornerstone in the News:

    We've been in the news lately, if you haven't seen the stories just click Bedford/Sackville Observer or Metro

     

  • COMING SOON


    Youth Yard Sale:

    Got stuff? Want Stuff? The Youth Group will be hosting a Yard Sale in the church parking lot on July 25th between 9 and 11. If you want to have a spot, book a table or have stuff to donate to the youth table contact Pastor Stefan

    Men's Golf Day:

    We are planning a Men's Golf Day for August 22nd, stay tuned for details or see Doug Carter or Paul Caza.


    Dinner on the Grounds:

    Join us for a BBQ following service on September 6th. We'll provide the hot dogs and you can bring along a Salad and Dessert to share.

  • On Going EVENTS

    CIA:

    Don't forget your chunky soup and evaporated milk on July 5th for Feed Nova Scotia.

    RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE:

    If you would like to become a regular contributor of this ministry we do provide meals for RMH every second Monday. Look for the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board, or check out Cornerstone's Facebook page to see what items are needed for the meal we are making for that week. Feel free to contact Wanda or Vashti. If you have questions as to how you can help!

    Cornerstone Gardeners :

    Do you have a green thumb, or do you just like to dig in the dirt? Join our gardeners on Thursday evenings as they keep our flower beds looking pretty. For more details contact Tamara Elwood.


    CONSUMEd:

    Youth Group (Grades 6 -12) meets each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. For more details contact Pastor Ben. Follow Consumed on Twitter @consumed1215.


    LIFE GROUPs:

    Our Life Groups are on Summer Hiatus, we are excited about some changes that will be happening in the fall as we launch our groups again.


    ONLINE GIVING:

    If you are interested in online giving. You can give to Cornerstone online using Pay Pal by clicking Donate or via Canadahelps.org


    PRE-AUTHORIZED DEBIt:

    Are the only cheques you write for Cornerstone? You can now take advantage of Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD) for your giving - PAD can be set up for the 1st and/or 16th of each month. Forms can be downloaded by clicking here.

    JOIN US ONLINE

    Follow us on twitter @cornerstonehfx or like us on Facebook or join our group at www.youversion.com/groups/cornerstonehfx

     

     


    July 5

    Sun:

    Summer service time Begins

     



    July 25

    Sat

    Youth Yard Sale

     



    Sept 6

    Sun:

    Dinner on the Grounds

     


  • MINISTRY ROSTER FOR SUNDAY


    The new Summer Roster can be downloaded here Summer
    10:00 a.m.
    Scripture Reading: Philip E.  Greeters: MacEachern/Elwood Nursery: Amy M/Kaitlin B/Karen W  Sound: Luke E.

  • Notices:


    Billets Needed:

    Every September, provinces take turns hosting the Canadian Student Leadership Conference (CSLC). This September, Nova Scotia - specifically Halifax West - will be home for close to 900 visitors from all across the country. It's an amazing experience for these students and their advisors, who bring so much enthusiasm, energy, spirit and positivity to the conference. They return to their schools brimming with ideas for how to better their schools and their school communities. The visiting students (including some from our own province who live outside of HRM) are billeted with host families. If you would like more information about possibly billeting a student, or 12, please contact Nicki White