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

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 are one congregation made up of members from two previous church experiences. In November 2013, Parkview Baptist and Second Baptist merged to become Cornerstone Baptist, because the members of both churches believed they could do more together than separate. The new church sold the Parkview facilities and occupied and renovated the Second Baptist facilities, which Cornerstone now calls home. Learn more about our values and make plans to join us on Sunday for a warm welcome, relevant Bible teaching and dynamic preaching. Prepare to be challenged.


We believe that human beings are fearfully and wonderfully made, yet flawed due to our sin. Moreover, God created us to glorify Him. In other words, we were made to worship God. At Cornerstone, worship is the one Christian discipline from which all others flow, receive clarity, deliver impact and transform lives. Jesus promised He would build His church; therefore, because of His person and work, Jesus deserves our fullest devotion and service. Learn more about our Christian beliefs and why Jesus holds the place of supremacy in our individual and corporate lives.

Meet Our Leadership

Jordan Williams - Minister of Music

Jordan has a rich heritage of music in his family. His father has sung with several gospel quartets and extended the invitation to Jordan to sing with his latest group, OneWay Quartet. Currently, Jordan is finishing a Vocals major at Mississippi Delta Community College and serving as a leader in the Baptist Student Union on campus. Jordan joined the staff at Cornerstone in January 2019, and focuses upon leading our worship music with excellence.

Dr. Jack Manor - Senior Pastor

For over 26 years, Dr. Manor has pastored churches in Mississippi and Illinois. Just prior to assuming the leadership of Cornerstone in July 2015, he planted two churches in central Mississippi where he served as pastor for 8-1/2 years. Dr. Manor has a passion for preaching, teaching, and seeing people become radical, faithful servants of Christ, live out a Christian worldview, and engage people in their spheres of influence with the claims of Jesus and His gospel. Dr. Manor holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree, a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree with specialization in Pastoral Work and emphasis on Conflict Resolution. Dr. Manor and his wife, Gail, have been married for 34 years and have one son who is already in heaven two married daughters, and one grandson. Dr. Manor is also Executive Director of 1P26 Ministries Inc., his evangelism and discipleship ministry at

Our Mission

Our mission is to make disciples who make disciples. We commit to live God-honoring lives as followers of Jesus Christ while intentionally evangelizing and teaching

others to live faithfully to God and help their family members, friends,

co-workers, neighbors, and acquaintances discover and commit

to Christ and teach them to follow Him faithfully.


Meet our Deacon Team

those who are set aside to care for the physical

and spiritual needs of the church

Wednesdays at Cornerstone

what to expect when you attend

our mid-week services

Sundays at Cornerstone

what to expect when you attend services

Tender Touch

our church's respond to people and families

who suffer life's difficult times

Meet our Missions Team

those who lead our missions efforts

those who work tirelessly behind the scenes

for the success of our church

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Meet our Servant Teams

those who see to the practical and special

needs of all who attend our services

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