Calling all Cornerstone friends and family. We have been invited to participate in the Memorial Parkway Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 22 at noon. The parade route will be about 1.3 miles and end at the clubhouse on Cimarron for a cookie exchange. Carter is ordering red t-shirts for those who want to participate. Participants are encouraged to add Christmas hats, jingle bells, and other holiday accessories. As we march through the neighborhood we will hand out candy canes and invitations to our Christmas Eve service. Come be part of this event and let’s REACH OUT TO OUR NEIGHBORS!!!!
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Or contact Carol Kutzer at info@CornerstoneKaty.org with your name, cell number and t-shirt size.
Ladies of Cornerstone, please join us for a baby shower for Amanda, Matt, and Reagan Vaksdal. We’ll open gifts, have some cake, and spend some time praying for them. We’ll meet at the Lotts’ house on November 18 starting at 3:00, ending at 4:30. For more information please contact Linda Lott.
Beginning November 11 you will be able to select an ornament from the Christmas tree in the foyer. On each ornament will be a gift item for Caitlin, the 14-year-old girl Cornerstone has “adopted” this Christmas. Or it might be a generic item for any of the other 60 girls at Krause. The Krause House has very specific instructions on what items to avoid. Before shopping, please review them here: Krause House Instructions.
The items are due to Cornerstone by December 2 and should be unwrapped. Please pray for Caitlin and for Krause House in general. For more information about Krause House please visit: Upbring.org/Krause.
Make plans to join us after worship this week for Church Security Awareness and Training provided by the Precinct 5 Constable’s office. The presentation is about 1 hour and open to all members and visitors of Cornerstone. A light lunch will be provided. For more information please contact Jonathan Tucker.
This Sunday is our Remembering Harvey worship service and lunch. Please invite your neighbors to hear and share Harvey experiences.
If you would like to help BBQ meat this Saturday please contact Carter. If you still have signed up to bring a dish or volunteer to service please click here:
If you have any questions please contact the church office. Let us remember the Goodness of the Lord.
We are two weeks away from the Remembering Harvey Sunday. We still need bread, baked beans, tossed salads, chips & dip, fruit trays, coleslaw and a few volunteers.
August 26 will mark 1 year since Hurricane Harvey devastated Katy and the Houston area. It’s affected all of us in one way or another. Let’s come together and celebrate God’s goodness through it all in worship and share stories with one another over a barbecue lunch. There is something healing about shared experiences worked through in community.
The next Men’s TWC is scheduled for Saturday, June 16 at 6:00 p.m at the Lott home. TWCs are events for men who attend Cornerstone (and their friends) to enjoy time together discussing theology. Bring your favorite beverage and munchies if you are able. Contact Tom Lott for more information.
Join us this Sunday immediately following worship service for a lunch celebrating our Graduates, Haylee & Joey. If you would like to help out, please contact Beverly Tucker.
Texans Recovering Together Crisis Counseling Program was developed to assist individuals and families in Harris County who were affected by Hurricane Harvey in August, 2017.
Texas Recovering Together provides outreach and counseling services to those affected by the disaster, offering group and in-home counseling, and resource referrals free of charge.
- Crisis Counseling: Non-clinical counseling aims to reduce the intensity of an individual’s emotional, mental, physical and behavioral reactions to a crisis.
- Resource Referrals: Immediate need referrals to community resources for food, clothing, furniture, rental assistance, medical, and mental health support.
- Skill Building: Educational information for survivors on identifying stress reactions following a traumatic event, productively managing stress reactions, and building awareness about normal reactions to a disaster.
- Grief and Loss: Education, encouragement, and support to individuals in the grieving process, providing coping strategies and awareness of common obstacles of the grief process.
- Disaster Education and Awareness: Educational information on disaster preparedness and awareness.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Texas Recovering Together via email at email@example.com or at 844-279-6036. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Texans Recovering Together, P.O. Box 25381, Houston, TX 77265
Texas Recovering Together works under the auspices of the Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD (The Harris Center), through the Texas Department of State Health Services. Funds for this program are provided by the Federal Emergency Management Administration (“FEMA”) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (“SAMHSA”).
The lunch planned to celebrate our high school graduations has been rescheduled for Sunday, June 10. Please contact Carol Kutzer if you are able to help out (281) 579-1080 or firstname.lastname@example.org.