Emotionally Healthy Courses
The Emotionally Healthy Woman
The Emotionally Healthy Woman is a 7-week study with videos, personal reflection, and small group conversations that will move you from superficial spirituality to genuine freedom in Christ. This study is for every woman who thinks, “I can’t keep pretending everything is fine!”
Led by Betsy Marvin
Wednesday nights at 84th Street Campus, 6:30-8:30pm
June 1-July 20 (no class June 22 for Mega Camp)
Cost: $22 (for book and workbook)
Other Emotionally Healthy Courses
Emotionally Healthy Spirituality and Emotionally Healthy Relationships classes are the core of our discipleship learning at Cornerstone. We offer both of them periodically throughout the year, at different campuses as well as online. Our next classes will start the week of August 8th – stay tuned for details and registration!
Torah Club is a serious and intentional weekly study where disciples of Jesus study the Bible from a Jewish perspective by going through a year-long curriculum together. Torah Club helps people to know Jesus and His message better while teaching us how to apply the Bible practically to our lives. By the end of a year of Torah study, you will have a much better understanding of your Bible, be connected with new friends, and have a closer walk with God! Meets at 84th St. campus every Tuesday from 7-9pm. To contact the leader or sign up, click here.
This class is a basic introduction to our church family, and is designed to clearly explain what we believe. You'll hear the values, history, structure, and future vision of Cornerstone, as well as what it means to be a member. The class ends with an opportunity to officially become a member of Cornerstone Church.
What is Cornerstone Membership?
Being a member means committing to Cornerstone Church and our mission of Helping People Know Jesus and Make Him Known. Members regularly attend worship, belong to a small group, and get involved with time, talent, and treasure. Just as the greatest commandments from God are to love God and love others (Matt 22:36-40), God calls us to commit ourselves to Him, and to one another (Eph 2:19, 2 Cor. 8:5).
By becoming a member, you're saying, “This is my church. This is the community of faith where I will give and be given to, where I’m going to serve and be served, where I’ll love and be loved.”
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