Our Mission:

CSM exists to serve God, Families, and Students by being Gospel-Focused, Christ-Centered, Discipleship-Driven, and Kingdom-Minded.

 


 

 

Upcoming Events

To participate in any Student Ministry events, each student needs a Permission Slip to be filled out by a parent once a year.
You can register for our events by filling out a yellow envelope available at the CEPC Front Desk.



Alpha

 (9th-12th Grade)
 

Date: January 10 - April 4, 2018, 6:45-8pm.
Location: Cornerstone

About: Explore life's biggest questions with 180 for this Wednesday night series.



Winter Retreat

 (9th-12th Grade)
 

Date: February 2-4, 2018
Location: Camp Barakel
Cost: $150, after December 20 cost will go up to $180.
Register: Fill out a yellow envelope, $50 deposit, & permission slip.

Survival Packet



Winter Retreat

 (7th-8th Grade)
 

Date: February 9-11, 2018
Location: SpringHill Camp
Cost: $155, after January 15 cost will go up to $165.
Register: Fill out a yellow envelope, $50 deposit, & permission slip.

Survival Packet

 

MOVE

 (9th-12th Grade)
 

Date: June 17-21, 2018
Location: Cederville, Ohio

About:MOVE is a 5-day, High School only event, designed to amplify Christ's call on students' lives to become Kingdom Workers.
Cost:

  • $360 Early Registration (through Feb 4th)
  • $390 Regular Registration (through May 23rd)
  • $450 Late Registration (May 24th until we leave (if spots are available))

Register in person: Fill out a yellow envelope, $100 deposit, & permission slip.

Register



180 Mission Trip

 (9th-12th Grade)
 

Date: August 5 (12:00pm) - 12 (11:00am)
Location: Midwest Indian Mission, Crandon, Wisconsin
About: Midwest Indian Mission, Crandon, Wisconsin
Cost: $500, to be raised by a support team.
Register: Fill out a application.

 

 

Service Times

 

HWY 56

(5th-6th Grade)

 

Sunday Morning at 10:00 AM (Yearlong) in Hess Hall.

Wednesday Night at 6:45-8:00 PM (Sept.-May) in Room 111.

 

7UP

(7th-8th Grade)

 

Sunday Morning at 10:00 AM (Yearlong) in Hess Hall.

Wednesday Night at 6:45-8:00 PM (Sept.-May) in Hess Hall.

 

180

(High School)

 

Sunday Morning at 10:00 AM (Yearlong) in Student Center.

Wednesday Night at 6:45-8:00 PM (Sept.-May) in Student Center.


 

 Why do we do what we do?

 

Live to Worship

Worship is more than just music. We hope to lead students into a relationship with God that is wholly surrendered and obedient. A life of worship will be shown by consistent exploration in God’s Word where students and leaders are searching to gain new biblical insights and make personal life application of those truths for the sake of bringing glory to God.

Impact Through Service

We want to develop a heart attitude in our students were others' needs come first. Through genuine, humble service, peoples' needs will be met, lives will be touched and the common grace of Christ can be shown to all those we have contact with.

Thrive In Community

We want students at Cornerstone to connect with other students and share life together. God created us to live in community by loving, encouraging, serving, listening and responding with care to other followers of Christ.

Engage in Culture

Knowing the culture in which we live allows us to engage with others and share with them the things God has done for us. Our stories can be used for evangelism, sharing how Jesus has changed/saved our lives. Also, our stories can be used in discipleship by sharing our life lessons learned for the sake of others’ growth and accountability

 


 

Additional Information

 
Parents

Need more infomation about Student Ministries? Check our some FAQ and a note written to you.

More Information

 
Quick Links

Permission Slip

Trip Guidelines

Medication Form

Scholarship Form

Contact Us!

Contact: Kim Traud
Phone: 810-494-4032
Email: ktraud@cornerstoneforlife.com

 

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