What is Cornerstone University?
Cornerstone University is our Wednesday night program for adults. It consists of three to four rotating classes. Every six weeks the topics, teachers, and rooms change. Our hope is to keep things fresh and exciting. We want you to attend Wednesday evenings because you enjoy your class and find it helpful in your Christian walk.
As a part of Cornerstone University, everyone will gather together in the Auditorium for a time of worship and prayer at the beginning of the evening. This will give us a chance to celebrate what God is doing as a family and to prepare our hearts, making us sensitive to hear from God before we begin our classes.
The audio from select classes can be found here.
Classes are approximately 30 minutes long.
Holiday Mini-Session | November 29 – December 13 (3 Weeks)
Christmas Carols | Matt Schneider
The music of Christmas is one of the most defining elements of the season, and it serves as a great vehicle for theology. For three weeks, we’re going to analyze the deeper truth of the Gospel as presented in Christmas carols.
The Incarnation | Gary Payne
The Incarnation of the Son of God is a distinctly Christian teaching. It’s importance should be not be limited to Christmas, nor is it only a feature of Matthew 1 and Luke 2. Rather, it is essential to all of Christian theology, and in this class, we’ll examine how and why that is.
Nativity Seen | Don Flack
Repeating a portion of his challenging presentation of the historical account of Jesus’ life and ministry, Don will use this class to open our eyes to see the nativity as it was “seen” in Bethlehem so many years ago.