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Whether you’re young or old, join us for one of our many mid-week activities including Bible studies, prayer groups, youth programs or classes.

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Cornerstone Kids’ Classes

Age 2 – 5th Grade

Committed adults give instruction to our children about God and His redemptive plan through age-appropriate lessons and activities that are true to Scripture. The following is a list of classroom assignments by age:

  • Toddlers Mike Owens A212
  • 2’s, 3’s Becky Batusic & Lynn Zellar A214
  • Pre K, K Will & Rachel McVey A215
  • 1st -2nd grades Nancy Burkhart A201
  • 3rd grade Pam Cox & Charlotte Owens A213
  • 4th- 5th grade girls Becky Ensley A210
  • 4th -5th grade boys Steve Saville & Chris Carmosino A104 .

Cornerstone Student Ministry

Each week at 6:30, Middle School and High schoolers of CMPC come together for Bible study, games, music, AND DISCUSSION.  Feel free to join us any time!

The Journey – Travis will keep teaching through this series were we go through the Bible in a little over a year.

Week 4 – 10/28 – Sarah will be teaching about why are things right or wrong, what scripture says on this topic and what absolute truth is.

Learn About Youth Ministry

Adult Opportunities

6:30-7:30pm – See descriptions for room number.

Class for Young Fathers

The Secret of Contentment.  Led by Pastor Ben Phillips.  A110

Acts: Jesus’ Ongoing Ministry

Taught by Pastor John in the Gathering Room downstairs.

First Place 4 Health

First Place 4 Health: Led by Beth Lane in the parlor upstairs.

Class for Young Mothers

Psalms:  At His Feet Studies Led by Rebecca Phillips. A214

College and Career Class: Rooted classroom

Looking at Man's wisdom vs. God's wisdom
Wisdom needs a filter.
New series on Judges & Proverbs – Revelations.
Taught by Dee Hammond A114

Orchestra Rehearsal

5:45-6:45pm – Sanctuary

Choir Rehearsal

6:45-7:45pm – Sanctuary

Wednesday Night Dinner Served

5:00-6:20pm – Fellowship Hall

Adults and Teens $4; Children $2; Family Max $12


May 5th
BBQ Pork Sandwich, Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, Macaroni Salad, Peanut Butter Pie

May 12th
Teriyaki Chicken, Steamed Vegetables, Rice, Salad, Roll

May 19th
Spaghetti with Meatballs, Caesar Salad, Parmesan Garlic Rolls
Tiramisu Cake

May 26th
Chicken Casserole, Rice, Broccoli, Salad, Roll
Strawberry Trifle


  • If you do not feel well or have any of the following symptoms (Fever of at least 100.4 F or chills; Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing; Cough or sore throat; Muscle or body aches; Fatigued or more tired than usual; Runny nose or congestion; Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; New loss of smell or taste; Headache), please do not come to the meal. Instead, please let us know how we can serve you if you are unwell!
  • We will not have the salad bar for now, but we will offer a prepared salad as an option with each meal.
  • No one will be allowed in the kitchen unless they are workers for WNA and the number of workers in the kitchen will be limited.
  • The fellowship hall will be set in such a way that people will be able to social distance.
  • Please bring exact change or a check to pay for your meal. You can also pay for your meals for a month at a time.
  • Masks will not be required.

WNA Meal Reservation Form

Please submit reservations no later than Monday night prior to the weekly meal. Late reservations can be made by calling or texting Angie Jones at 770-654-4415.

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY