At Cornerstone, we CARE for missions. We want to Cultivate a culture that knows the heart of God for his people, and makes a priority of seeing that mission accomplished. We are a church that will Activate its people to care for, support, and go to participate in that mission. We want to Rejuvenate our growing list of missions and kingdom partners by connecting with them, growing our relationships, meeting their needs, and partnering with them. We will Educate our church and our community by raising awareness of the mission to see people know God and help other follow Jesus together.
Where do I begin?
If you’re interesting in going on one of our short term missions trips, the first step is to fill out an interest form below.
Opportunities to Serve
This year we are preparing to commission our young people to serve two major urban areas of the United States. Our High School students will be returning to Atlanta as our Middle School students make their first trip into Southeast DC.
If you, or your teenager would like to hear more about these opportunities connect with our Andrew Ray, our Pastor for Youth and Young Adults.
At Cornerstone we believe God has a heart for the nations, that they would hear the good news of Jesus Christ as we minister to the whole person. This lead us to create the Project Hope Clinic and partner with Lydia House.
In Ethiopia we’ve had the privilege to come alongside the local church to love the community toward Christ and health. In Liberia we are partnering with Lydia House, a Christian women’s home, to offer healing and education for young women exiting human trafficking.
We also know that we have a responsibility to take care of the marginalized, disenfranchised and hurting our own community. This has led us to plant new churches around the greater Richmond area, establish Cornerstone Revitalization Center along the economically depressed Route One corridor and partner with CCHASM to walk with the hurting and hunger.