After 6 months apart we arranged a Church reunion on 6th September 2020. We met together, socially distanced, for a short service and picnic. Here are a few snaps of the day.
Over the past six months we’ve all had to get used to a different lifestyle - a lifestyle that is actually being called the ‘new normal’. But nothing about it feels normal, does it?
We reminisce about life ‘pre-covid’, when it was completely natural to go in and out of...
Why not get involved with Cornerstone Students. It doesn’t matter who you are, what your background is, whether you’ve been to a church or not, whether you’ve eaten a sausage roll or not, we’d still love to have you.
Four reasons why commitment to a local church in your area is beneficial, not only to yourself, but to other students and your church community.
As Belarusian citizens amassed in protest against their dictator president of 25 years, Alexander Lukashenko, the recognised national press reported on swans and harvests and other non-events. This poem reflects the hidden unrest that continues behind the official scenes. Click the links in the first verse of the poem to...
The rainbow has been a symbol
Since almost right back at the start
It’s a reminder from our loving God
“Do not fear, take heart”
You see since the fall of Adam
There has been no sinless man (Romans 3: 10)
But despite our sinful rebellion
God has always had...
Do you ask enough questions? This poem and foreword will help to challenge your thinking and encourage you to keep questioning the world around you.
“Ask Questions.” From 24 years ago, I still remember that single clear direction, printed on the back of a university t-shirt. It struck me then,...
Cornerstone Church Kingston is running an information week on Facebook starting Monday 27th July covering the truth about God, People, the Bible, Sin and Jesus.