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Many Connection Groups, along with Men’s and Women’s Groups will resume meeting in the fall.

Groups Ministry

The Groups Ministry at Cornerstone exists to provide a variety of contexts where gospel friendships can flourish. At Cornerstone, we want every person to belong inside of a meaningful group that meets your life stage and seasonal needs.

Beyond our weekend gatherings, we are faithful to pursue accountable relationships, to develop intentional friendships and live out the “one anothers” of scripture.

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Connection Groups

Connection groups meet throughout the week to study of the Bible, community with one another, and engaging in the mission of the church through personal evangelism.

If you are struggling to find an open Connection Group, we would love to help find you a good fit:

Salt Company Connection Groups

Connection groups made up of college students meet weekly and are led by student leaders.

Cornerstone Youth Small Groups

Led by community adults, middle and high schoolers meet with peers on Wednesday nights.

IFC Family Groups

Cornerstone’s international ministry (IFC) hosts Family Groups in various homes to connect international students with Cornerstone members. 

Cornerstone Recovery

Join those who are recovering from hurtful circumstances and addictive behaviors at Cornerstone Recovery.

This group meets every Monday at 6:30p at Cornerstone Church. No registration required!


GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.

Diverse people in a support group session
Encore Retirement Groups

Our “Encore” retirement group meets for events throughout the semester.

Men’s & Women’s Groups

Gender-specific groups led by lay men and women that meet during fall and spring semesters to share life together, discuss a book or study, and divide into smaller groups.

Starts Jan 25


Meets in The Box

Jan 31 – Apr 10


No Childcare

Feb 1 – Apr 11


Free Childcare Available

Both groups will be studying Life Under the Sun (Ecclesiastes) by Hannah Anderson for 8 weeks. Then, we will read and discuss Timothy Keller’s The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness for 2 weeks. All materials needed will be included, along with a scripture notebook of Ecclesiastes. You will receive these the first day of the study.