About Caring Ministries

The Word of God commands all believers in Jesus Christ to love one another.
In fact, Jesus said our love for one another would demonstrate to the world that we are truly His disciples!
Perhaps nothing in the believer's life is so important, apart from loving God, as caring deeply about other's joys and sorrows, trials and temptations, needs and desires.
"...love one another deeply, from the heart." 1 Peter 1:22

Our Caring Ministries Department is here to help facilitate that process.
the Body of Christ at Cornerstone is served by a dedicated team of Pastors and Deacons who oversee the ongoing ministry of caring. But they can't do all the caring by themselves. That's much too great a burden to bear! Instead, each member of Cornerstone is urged to be accountable to all the rest, fostering a sense of belonging, of being family, and of unity in the Spirit.
"Love never fails." 1 Corinthians 13:8 



New Group

Covid Respite

Feeling the strain of social isolation? Needing a lift as the reopening drags on? Join Pastor Tweedie for 90 minutes of fun, laughter and survival tips - all with proper social distancing! We will meet for five weeks in the Celebration Center with a maximum of fifty participants, so we can gather with five persons per table.

Sign up for either Tuesdays 1:00-2:30pm or Thursdays 7:00-8:30pm.

Tuesday’s group will begin on July 28 and conclude on August 25.

Thursday’s group will begin on July 30 and conclude on August 27.

For more information, please contact Karen Leaf in our Caring Ministries Department at 810-494-4013.

   Register for Covid Respite  





Support group for individuals who are experiencing the grief of divorce or separation.


Help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member, or friend.

Stephen Ministry

Highly trained lay counselors with a heart to help others.

Fish & Loaves

Free community dinner every Sunday evening.

Love Because

Foster and adoptive parents support group.

Parents of Hope

Support for parents who have suffered the loss of a child.



Care Needs

Care Visit/ Call Request

Do you or a loved one have Care Needs? For Urgent situations call the church office at 810.227.9411, if after hours listen to the prompts and leave a message for the Pastor On-Call. For Non-Urgent Care Needs, feel free to use the Care Visit/Call Request Form. 

   Care Visit/Call Request  
Request Prayer

Prayer Concerns are published monthly in the Newsletter. Contact Karen Leaf 810-494-4013 to include your request or fill out a Prayer Request Form online for a pastor.



   Prayer Request Form  
Send Cards

Did you know that Cornerstone has a Greeting Card Ministry?  This ministry is to encourage those in our congregation with a greeting card.  Cards for sympathy and get well as well as encouragement and other special note worthy events are sent. Please be sure to fill out the form completely, it will go directly to the Greeting Card Ministry Team to be sent.

  Greeting Card Request  


Funeral Arrangements

Doris Renauer

Sympathies to Terry and Caryn Johnecheck on the passing of Karen's mother, Doris Renauer. Doris was under hospice care and Caryn has been her mother's caregiver for the past three years.

Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Service at Church of the Holy Spirit-Highland (Everyone invited.)
9am Visitation
10am Funeral Mass
11am Burial at Fairview Cemetery Brighton
Luncheon following at Huron Meadows Metropark for family and close friends

Don Nicholson

Sympathies to Ed and Jamie Nicholson on the passing of Ed's father, Don Nicholson, Cornerstone member.

Friday, July 31, 2020 at Cornerstone EPC
10am Visitation
11am Service
Luncheon following in the Celebration Center
Pastor Tweedie officiating

Philip Bohr

Sympathies to Mark and Kim Lindauer on the passing of Mark's stepfather, Philip Bohr. Services are taking place in KY on July 30, 2020.

Lottie Fatheree

Sympathies to Trudy Eck on the passing of her mother, Lottie Fatheree. A Celebration of Life service will take place in September in WI.