Ministry at Cornerstone

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At Cornerstone Baptist we encourage all of our members to be actively involved in serving the Lord through the various ministries of the church.  Everyone has gifts and abilities they can and should use for the glory of God.  We want to help you use the gifts God has given you to experience the personal blessing of using them to serve the Lord and others.



At Cornerstone, we are committed to providing excellent care to your infants and toddlers while you are attending services. Our nursery is staffed with competent, caring individuals. Nursery care is available for children age 2 and under, whose parents are on the premises.

Children's Church

During the Sunday morning worship service we offer a class for ages 3- K5. This is a class that teaches biblical truth on a level they can comprehend.

Camp Northwest

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Each summer our youth participate in summer camps of Camp Northwest at Mayfield Youth Camp Ground located in Mossyrock, Washington.

394 Winston Creek Rd.
Mossyrock, WA 98564

Sunday School

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We encourage you to find your place in Cornerstone Baptist Church Sunday School. There is a Bible Study setting for every member of the family. Our Sunday School offers sound, age-appropriate Bible study and teaching. Our Sunday school is held during the school year. See the "Service Times" section of the Home page for the most current schedule. Deuteronomy 31:12 - "Gather the people together, men, and women, and children, and thy stranger that is within thy gates, that they may hear, and that they may learn, and fear the LORD your God, and observe to do all the words of this law."


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The primary goal of our music program is to glorify God and worship Him (Psalm 50:23; 61:8). A secondary goal is the edification of the body of Christ (Colossians 3:16). We sing congregational hymns from the Majesty Hymnal with piano accompaniment. We endeavor to use music with doctrinally correct texts and musical styles that do not avert the listener's attention away from God, to Whom we sing.