Missions at Cornerstone

 At Cornerstone, we not only support North American and International Missionaries through Annie Armstrong and Lottie Moon missions offerings, we also participate in local, national, and international mission trips and activities regularly.


Operation Inasmuch is a local missions day, usually in April, when we send out dozens of people into the local community to help people outside our church family.  Previous projects have included yard work, food preparation and delivery for those in need, visiting and singing with nursing home residents, bottled water distribution on jogging trails, local public playground festivities for children, free oil changes for single moms, and more.


Women on Mission help provide meals and other needs for local community members.  They also collect food for the food pantry, blankets for the needy, supplies for Shepherd's House, and many other mission projects.


Baptist Men cut firewood, do yardwork, construct wheelchair ramps and do various home repairs for the elderly in our community.


AWANA Clubs support local AWANA missionaries as well as local charities that support our community. In the past, they have sent cards to soldiers, collected and organized "Birthday Bags" for the food pantry, and provided supplies for Blessing Boxes in our area.


Youth and Children's Programs are involved in service projects that encourage them to serve others while sharing the love of Jesus.