All Sunday morning classes are scheduled to resume on October 4th. Look for further announcements as more information becomes available.
Our Sunday evening service is an OUTDOOR service on our patio that allows for open seating and additional distancing. Additionally, live-stream is available at 10:30 a.m. Sunday mornings.
Hello from Rhonda!
After Hurricane Harvey, a good friend of my sister-in-law organized a truck full of supplies to be sent to Cornerstone, which we distributed. It was a blessing to give out box fans, dehumidifiers, shovels, bleach, etc. to families in immediate need of supplies. Sarah Joy Hays is a single working mom who rallied to meet the needs of the south Louisiana floods of 2016, and subsequently started the Foot Above Foundation which is once again striving to meet the great need in wake of Laura.
Sarah Joy, who lives in Baton Rouge, is working with the church in which she grew up just outside of Lake Charles, and they are trying to meet the needs of at least 55 families. She is focusing on families with babies first, one of which was born via C section last Tuesday.
My goal is to fill up as many pick-up trucks (or larger) in Katy/Houston that we can and have a caravan drive supplies to Moss Bluff this Friday, or possibly Saturday. If we gather enough items, and you have a truck and are willing to make a trek to Moss Bluff, let me know!
If you are not in Houston, and want to send gift cards or donations directly to Foot Above Foundation to purchase items from local stores there, visit the Foot Above website. You will see several ways to donate, including an Amazon wish list, and can find more information.
Immediate needs include:
Size 1 and size 6 diapers (but any size will be helpful)
Gift cards from Sam’s, WalMart, Target, Kroger, gas stations, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Stine’s, Albertson’s, and Dominoes, McDonald’s, Cane’s, and Waffle House are open generators
fire ant poison
dawn dish soap
trash bags (contractor or giant leaf-heavy duty)
oil for generators
AC window units
non perishable foods easily prepared without electricity
single serving items or resealable (humidity)
If you want to purchase an item to be taken to Louisiana, you can drop it off at my house.
Grace & peace,
I have been looking forward to the day when I can say we are resuming childcare. Praise the Lord that day has arrived….although on a limited basis.
Starting this Sunday, Sept 13, we will offer infant and toddler childcare during worship service and on Thursday mornings during Bible study. At this time, only our childcare workers are returning. (It will take a while to ramp up the volunteer rotation.) Therefore, the infants and toddlers will be combined in the Shepherds’ Inn classroom in the Ed Bldg.
Children will not be asked to wear face masks, but the workers will be masked up for now. We will be taking the temperature of each child as they are being dropped off using a touchless thermometer.
Because we only have 2 workers, we must limit the number of kids in the room to 8 kids…for now.
We will continue to offer snacks of Goldfish, Cheerios, animal crackers or Chex cereal and water. But feel free to send your own snack and drink with your child.
Praise the Lord! I can’t wait to see more kids on campus.
Soli Deo Gloria!
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 for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. Scheduled for Saturday at 6:00 p.m. at Tom Lott’s 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 for more information at email@example.com.
We will be open for gathered, in-person worship this morning at 10:30 a.m. However, if you are considered at-risk and to attend please use this link to join us via live streaming.
Liturgy and giving links below.