Sundays at 9:30 am, 10:45 am & 6 pm and Wednesdays at the 5:00 pm meal & 6:00 pm prayer meeting

1407 E. Reed Rd. | Greenville, Mississippi 38703


Our vision is to be intentional witnesses of Jesus Christ and experience people's lives being radically transformed through faith in Him as Lord and Savior beginning in Greenville, Mississippi, and extending to Washington County, the state of Mississippi, the United States and the rest of the world. We see ourselves as Christ's disciples who make disciples as He commanded. Come experience the Christ of Cornerstone. We would love to meet you.

Upcoming Events

OT w/ the Pastor

Second Friday @ 6 pm


Second Thursday @ noon | Bring a dish to share

CrossOver Worship & Fellowship

Next service will be announced

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On the second Friday of each month, our Senior Pastor leads an in-depth Bible study. This intentional time of discipleship is meant to increase our understanding of scripture, strengthen our Christian commitment and tighten our grip on God's redemption story in history. We call this once-per-month period of dedicated discipleship "Overtime with the Pastor," because we spend three to four hours in study. Refreshments are served.

Our senior adults gather each month on the second Thursday for a special program, food and fellowship. This outreach ministry affords Cornerstone Keenagers the opportunity to reach out to other seniors in the city with the gospel, to make new friends and to minister to people who may be lonely and in need. Speakers always make presentations that are age-relevant and helpful. You'll enjoy the experience and be greeted with smiles.

We are pleased to gather several times each year with Bible-believing, Bible-teaching Christian friends to worship Jesus Christ in a multi-ethnic setting. On the fourth Sunday before each fifth Sunday you'll find us exalting Jesus, singing amazing time-honored gospel music, hearing great biblical preaching and making new friends across all barriers in order to confirm and illustrate that God saves people from every tongue, tribe and nation.

Worship & Fellowship

Place and Preacher TBA

Bring Covered Dish and Tea

Are you a college student looking for a church to connect with?
Would you like to be a member of a core group of students who join together to kick off a Christian Collegiate Ministry?


Here's a great shot of part of our wonderful kitchen crew. We serve a meal every Wednesday evening from 5:00 to 6:00 pm prior to

the adult Prayer Meeting and the children's program,

Hope for Kids. For more information, call

the church office Monday through

Thursday, 8:00 to noon,



Experience worship focused on Jesus and His Word

Singing, Praying, Giving, Preaching, and Hearing

We start at 10:45 am. Come and be blessed!

Need Answers to Tough Questions?


Contact us so we can provide you with more information on Cornerstone and answer your questions.


The best way to experience Cornerstone is to join us on Sunday morning for Sunday School and Worship. 


Membership begins with a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through faith. We'd love to talk with you about taking this step.


Each Thursday @ 1 pm



for adults and children

9:30 - 10:30 am




Verse for the Day

Morning Sermon 03/22/2020

Mid-week Sermon 03/25/2020

Morning Sermon 03/29/2020

Your staff leaders here at Cornerstone are looking forward to us transitioning back to our in-person congregational life. We pray that all of us will be patient, enthusiastic, and encouraging to each other and to our guest as we labor for the glory of God, the good and growth of the church, and the extension of God's kingdom.

Mid-week Sermon 04/01/2020

--To skip preliminary remarks, go to 6:47--

Morning Sermon 04/05/2020

Mid-week Sermon 04/08/2020

Morning Sermon 04/12/2020

Mid-week Sermon 04/15/2020

--To skip preliminary remarks, go to 5:31--


Morning Sermon 04/19/2020

Evening Sermon 04/19/2020

Mid-week Sermon 04/22/2020

Morning Sermon 04/26/2020

Evening Sermon 04/26/2020

Mid-week Sermon 04/29/2020

Morning Sermon 05/03/2020

Mid-week Sermon 05/06/2020

Evening Sermon 05/03/2020

Morning Sermon 05/10/2020

Mid-week Sermon 05/13/2020

Morning Sermon 05/17/2020

Evening Sermon 05/17/2020

Plan for Re-opening Church 05/19/2020

Mid-week Sermon 05/20/2020

Short-term Schedule of Services

Sunday | June 7, 2020

In-person Service--Morning Worship 10:45 A.M.

Facebook Live--Evening Service 6:00 P.M.

Wed. | June 10, 2020

Facebook Live--Mid-week Sermon 6:00 P.M.   NOTE TIME CHANGE

Sunday | May 31, 2020

In-person Service--Morning Worship 10:45 A.M. | No Sunday School

Facebook Live--Evening Service 6:00 P.M.

Wed. | June 3, 2020

Facebook Live--Mid-week Sermon 6:00 P.M.   NOTE TIME CHANGE

Morning Sermon 05/24/2020


* Going forward, all services will continue to be broadcast on Facebook Live.

* In-person worship services will resume on Sunday, May 31, 2020 with a morning service only (no Sunday School) beginning at 10:45 a.m.

* Sunday School teachers are encouraged to talk to their class members and formulate a plan for re-establishing their in-person classes. Those who feel comfortable in doing so and plan for maintaining reasonable social distancing will be free to meet for Sunday School beginning Sunday, June 7, 2020.

* For the month of June 2020, (1) we will NOT offer a nursery, (2) we will NOT meet in-person for Wednesday night prayer meeting, and (3) we will NOT meet in-person on Sunday evenings for worship.

* Sermons will continue to be provided via Facebook Live on Sunday evenings at 6:00 p.m. and on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m.

* Prior to the first Sunday in July, we will look wisely at the possibility of resuming our nursery, prayer meetings, and evening services.



* Obviously, if you are running fever or are sick with an illness that is contagious, stay home, get well, then come to church.

* Occasional sneezing and coughing is expected. Both are part of being human. Don't panic. Just practice good hygiene and cover your nose and mouth.

* Hand sanitizer will be provided at each entrance to the church, and sanitizing wipes will be provided in the toilet area of the bathrooms for each person to wipe the toilet.

* Masks and gloves are NOT mandated but will be accessible at the entrances for people who choose to use them.

* Families are encouraged to sit together during worship; otherwise, social distancing reminders will appear on the screens in the sanctuary.

* The Fellowship Hall will serve as a secondary area where people may participate in the services via live broadcast from the sanctuary.

* Children, babies to adolescents, are welcome in the worship services.

* In lieu of passing the offering plates during the service, offering boxes will be available at each entrance for people to give their tithes and offerings.

* We will suspend the "meet and greet" portion of our service, yet we encourage each person to greet others in an appropriate manner. We recognize that handshakes and holy hugs have been an integral part of society as a whole and a special part of the congregational life of Christ's church for thousands of years during times of both sickness and health. Practice whatever is comfortable for you, and join us in looking forward to the time, sooner before later, when we return unhindered to these important expressions of friendship, brotherhood, and Godly love.

* Our mandate from God is to lead people to faith in Jesus and into His forever family, NOT to turn them away; therefore, no person who comes to worship will be turned away due to the governmental recommendations on social distancing. Should reasonable social distancing prove impossible due to the number of worshipers in the sanctuary and overflow area, we will add a second in-person service to our schedule.

* Our sincere hope and prayer is that, by the first Sunday in August 2020, nothing--not governmental recommendations or anything else--will hinder us from returning to an unrestricted life of Christian worship, love, and service as dictated by the Bible itself and the ministry of the Holy Spirit in and through each of us--and we do this without fear and with full faith in our Lord and God, Jesus Christ.

Mid-week Sermon 05/27/2020