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STAY AT HOME AND BE SAFE.
Every day or so there will be a post here from various worship leaders from within our circuit. If you click on this link then you will go to Rev'd. Farrington's thoughts for the day. Check out our news articles on Cornerstone and the Kettering & Corby Circuit for these thoughts
Today, 17th September, we also have a welcome return visit with some words from our own Joan Gray.
Subject : 16 Hundreds
The book I am reading at the moment is non fiction, about life in England during the 16 hundreds. Have no fear for I shall not bore you with the details of the book. What I would like to share with you takes us back to the subject of trees. According to the book, even way back then they were apparently cutting down trees unnecessarily. You will of course remember how ships, battleships included were built of wood. This was just before we were about to go to war against the Dutch. As the person with the responsibility for acquiring the wood is doing his research. At the same time a member of parliament was having a row of trees marked for felling. Seems some things never change. Lack of communication. The good news which is really the point of this jotting .Is that at least for the near future the death sentence on the local woods two remaining Redwoods has been removed. This was news I was delighted to receive a little while ago courteously of one of this group.
Cornerstone Church was formed in August 2015 by the coming together of the chapels at Stanion, Rockingham Road — Corby and Kingswood into the former Kingswood Church building. We are a warm growing and friendly church that welcomes new members and visitors.
Regular services are held at the Church each Sunday at 10.30am and services normally last about one hour
In addition to our services we hold coffee mornings on the third Thursday of every month and Friendship groups on the first and third Tuesday afternoons. See our website calendar or news for further details. Anyone and everyone is welcome to come to any of our events and we look forward to welcoming you to Cornerstone.
Local organisations such as Scouts and Guides hold their meetings at the church each week and the building may be let for suitable occasions — please see our contact numbers above.
Our church is compliant with safeguarding and data protection laws. Our GDPR contact is Trish Hone who may be contacted on 01536 202687.