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Welcome to this edition of Corner News!  Here is what is happening in the life of the church for the week of November 8, 2018.

9:00 am Sunday Adult Class - Join us in Room 1 this Sunday as we study Hebrews with Rich Odisho.

Pie Fundraiser - Pies will be arriving this coming Monday, November 14. We apologize for the delay. 

Thanksgiving Service
November 22 at 10 am.

Thanksgiving Invitation:  You are all invited to join Manny and Ann for the largest Thanksgiving dinner ever on Thursday, November 22, in the church gym/fellowship hall at 12:30p.  Bring your favorite Thanksgiving dish to share; Ann will provide the turkeys. Sign up is a must, in foyer or online.  Your family and friends are also welcome.

Selected Teachings From Sing! 2018 - Getty Music Worship Conference
November 10, 2018    9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Come join us as we delve deep into God’s Word and learn more about the role of singing in our corporate worship of Jesus Christ. Recorded in September 2018, we will show five main session teachings from the conference. These five pastors will guide us through the Psalms on our way to discovering spectacular truths and overwhelming joy in our singing. Speakers include:
John Piper
David Platt
John MacArthur
Alistair Begg
Ravi Zacharias
Cost is $5 per person - covers snacks, drinks, and lunch. Child care will be provided for $5 per child for the first three children. Every child after that is free. Lunch will be provided to everyone. Children will eat lunch with their parents. Register online here.

James 1:27
Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.
Orphan Sunday was actually birthed through the inspiring generosity of our Christian brothers and sisters in Zambia.
In 2003, during the height of the AIDS crises, a Zambian pastor pleaded for his congregation to care for the AIDS orphans in their own community. The members of the church were poor themselves. But as the service ended, one after another stepped forward with money, food and other goods. Some even removed their own shoes and placed them in the offering for orphans.
This movement to care for orphans spread throughout Zambia. In time it reached the United States where the Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO), an alliance of churches and Christian organizations caring for orphans and vulnerable children, began promoting Orphan Sunday in the US.
In recognition of Orphan Sunday, we are partnering with GlobalFingerprints which is the child sponsorship arm of our denomination. One simple way for us to help orphans and other vulnerable children is to sponsor them. For $35 a month - a little more than one dollar a day - we can ensure that their nutritional, medical and educational needs are met and, even more importantly, that they learn about Jesus and are connected to a local church.


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Q&A of the week
- Enjoy learning these biblical Q&As together as a family and we will reaffirm them in our Sunday classes. To start from the beginning or to find more resources click here.

Question #12 - Can anyone keep the law of God perfectly?
Answer - Since the fall, no human has been able to keep the law of God perfectly.

Operation Christmas Child - The whole church is invited to join Awana clubs and Sunday school classes in packing shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. More info will be located downstairs at the check-in desk. You may drop off shoeboxes at the desk Sunday, November 11, or anytime Wednesday, November 14, at the latest.

December Gingerbread Outreach - This year we would like to use our gingerbread building event to reach out to our friends and neighbors. If you’re interested in learning how you, your family, or LifeGroup can join with us, contact Daniel Frederickson.

  This Friday - Join us in the parsonage to build deeper friendships and worship our King through singing, studying his Word, and encouraging each other in life groups!

Middle School Class - Join us in the parsonage for pancakes!

High School Class - Join us in the parsonage for pancakes!

Young Adults

Join our Young Adult LifeGroup that meets on Wednesday nights! Talk to Natali Bazi or Jared Kneebone if you're interested.

You’re invited to the second annual Cornerstone Young Adults Friendsgiving! Sunday, November 18th, 6:00 pm in the church hospitality room. Bring your friends, and plan for a night of fun, games, and yummy food. Turkey and potatoes provided, please bring a side or dessert to share! RSVP on the Facebook event page, or young adult GroupMe. Hope to see you there!


You can learn more about the Young Adult Ministry HERE on our website.


 Ministry to Women wants to equip you to grow in your desire to love and serve the Lord and help you to encourage other women to do the same, as well as deepen your friendships within Cornerstone. Below you will find many opportunities to do so. We look forward to growing with you!
Women in Study
Every Monday 
11 - 12:30
Cornerstone Church Room 1
Naudja Collier will be leading this group using Scripture alone.

Every Monday night
7 - 8:30 pm
Hospitality Room
Pam Schapmann will lead this group in an in-depth study of Hebrews. Please contact her at with questions.

The Gospel of John
Every Tuesday morning
9:30 - 11:15 am
Cornerstone Church Room 1
Barb Duncan will be leading this group in a time of song, prayer and the study of the Gospel of John.
Free childcare is provided.

1 Peter
Every Thursday evening
7 - 8:30 pm
Cornerstone Church Library
Ann Rocha will be leading this study using Sripture alone. If you need childcare, please contact her.

Women in Service
Join our women monthly as they crochet, knit and pray for the needs of loved ones within the body.
They will be meeting in the hospitality room from 1- 3:00 pm on the following Tuesdays: November 13, December TBA, and January 8. If you have questions please contact Phyllis Fabrie or Cynthia Beyer.

Women Together
Women In Worship
This year our annual Women in Worship event "The Light has come!" will be held on Thursday, November 29, at 7:00 pm.  Isaiah 9:2 says, "The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of deep darkness a light has dawned." 
Let us gather together to spend time in song, prayer and Scripture as we prepare our hearts and minds to celebrate the birth of our Savior who has overcome the darkness!
Please bring a dessert to share.  There will be a dessert reception to follow.
Contact Lina Odisho or Lindsey Nelson with questions.



Iron Men: We meet every Saturday morning at 7:00 am.
Hope to see you there!

Japanese Language Congregation
Bible Study - 2nd and 4th Tuesday mornings from 10:00 - 11:30 AM in the nursery.

ESL - Friday mornings from September 21 - December 7. 

Volleyball - Sunday, November 11, from 2:30 - 4:30 PM in the gym . 

Christmas Family Worship & Party - Sunday, December 23, from 1:30 - 4:30 p in the sanctuary & gym.
Global Outreach
Joshua Center Visit
Breakthrough Urban Ministries serves breakfast, lunch and dinner to guests at their support centers 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  The Manna Ministry is a great opportunity for small groups and churches to work together preparing and serving meals in their shelter.  
Join us tonight, as we take Popeye's Chicken (a favorite!) and serve it to the ladies at the Joshua Center, a shelter for homeless women.  
Meet us here at church at 6:15 pm.
We will return by 10:00 pm.
Contact Jenny Hill with any questions.

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