The day started bright and early, and in true Cornerstone fashion, with a breakfast of sausages and rolls. This was followed by a welcome meeting and then a wide range of activities throughout the day, catering for all ages and interests.
Sporting activities, including football, tennis, badminton, and volleyball were...
Oh, May should be the bridal month,
When blossom showers bless the riotous undergrowth
with all their white confetti,
When ladies’ lace embellishes so delicately
every green-leaf tapestry,
And every flower-sprinkled verge
presents a meadow-fresh bouquet.
So—May, don’t be a blemished month
Of dull, swift-barren skies, opaque and...
For a year and half, a 10-year-old boy who attends Hub Club and Cornerstone Church with his mother and brothers, Rodrigo Diomir, has been growing his hair for the Little Princess Trust. The charity makes wigs from donated hair for young people who have lost theirs due to cancer treatment...
Fake News. Lies masquerading as the truth. Exaggerations obscuring the facts. Falsehood pretending to be sincerity. The world is full of it.
For politicians and those in the limelight, it can be a useful PR tool. If you don’t like something that’s been reported about you, you can dismiss it...
So often when a tragedy happens we erect a cross at the scene. At the side of a road; the place of a disaster; on the grave of a loved one. But why the cross? Why put that up as a symbol?
It becomes the most appropriate symbol when we...
In April 2019 we were delighted to conduct a thanksgiving service for 4 of our new babies. Dean Dryden lead the service and asked each family to commit to raising their child in a Christian home to know & love the Lord.
The congregation committed to helping them in this...
Easter Sunday is celebrated all around the world; and is regarded by many as a time to celebrate the spring season, to organise egg hunts, and to bring out the Easter Bunny.
However, Christians know it as the day on which Christ rose from the grave - Resurrection Sunday.
Would you weave me an April-green garland?
Would you weave me a garland of green?
I don’t ask for a garland of flowers,
For flowers are too briefly seen.
Would you weave me a garland with birch stems?
Would you weave in some new blades of rye?
One of the biggest questions facing the church today is the role of women. Where do we fit? What is our role? What purpose has God given us?
Rebekah Merkle uses the first section of the book to take us on an exciting historical journey through feminism.
Beginning in the...