Something like you’ve never seen before…
A lot of people make that claim, but we believe it’s true.
At your local CornerStone campus, you’ll see diversity in every aspect of the word.
From the time you drive on any of our campuses, you’ll be greeted by smiling faces. Upon entering, you’ll find our door greeters that will be happy to direct you to our worship center or kids departments. If you have kids, take a quick second to check them into our secure age appropriate area. From there, you can stop for some free coffee or just head straight to our worship center.
You’ll experience contemporary and unique worship music and a relevant message that you can leave and apply to your life that same day. We promise to respect your time. Most services last 60-70 minutes.
Orangeburg Campus: Sundays, 9:30 & 11:00am
Bamberg Campus: Sundays, 9:30 & 11:00am
Streaming Online: Sundays, 9:30 & 11:00am (here)
What do you guys believe?
You can check out our beliefs page here, but in short, we believe that Jesus is the hope of the world. He died so we could live through surrender to him. We believe the church exists to reflect the craveable image of Jesus in order to win people to him. We’re here to help people find, follow, and be like Jesus.
What will it be like?
You can see some past sermons here.
What do I wear?
Whatever you’re comfortable with. We believe that church is a place to be comfortable and to worship. It’s not a place to worry about what you’re wearing or what the people around you are thinking. Wear what you’d wear any other day of the week.
Why do I have to check my children in?
The short answer? Safety is important to us. We don’t want someone else leaving with your child. You must have the matching tag number in order to pick up a child from our kids departments. That way you always know where they are.
Am I welcome at your church? I’m _____.
YES! You’re welcome here. We want you to join us. No matter what you look like, what your past is, or what you believe, you’re welcome at CornerStone. We refuse to judge you. We’re not perfect, none of us. We won’t expect you to be either.