WE HOPE THAT AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME EVERYONE IS STAYING SAFE AND HAS EVERYTHING THAT THEY NEED. IF YOU ARE AMONGST THE MOST VULNERABLE SECTION OF OUR COMMUNITY AND NEED SOMETHING THEN PLEASE CONTACT YOUR PASTORAL CARER. IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHO IS YOUR PASTORAL CARER AND HAVE NOWHERE TO TURN THEN PLEASE CALL TRISH ON 01536 202687.
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, 28th November, we also have a welcome return visit with some words from our own Joan Gray.
Fear not, don't panic, Mr. Mannering. Sound familiar? Well it is not my intention to inflict Cliff singing "Wired for sound" upon you today. Sound is something I don't think we speak about very much. Sound as with many other words brings different things to mind for each person. Is this fruit or veg sound enough to buy. Is this bridge I am about to cross, or the ground under my feet sound, You get my drift. The other sound is what we hear or don't hear, sometimes by choice. Hubby and I were talking about sound as we were watching telly the other day. Yes normally that would be unwise for you miss whatever is being said on the screen. On this occasion it made no difference for what we were watching had no commentary, no voices speaking or singing, no music playing. How very odd it seemed. Have we become so accustomed to sound that most of the time we don't even notice or think about it. Sound blasting from the car zooming along the road, Around sound in cinemas and some homes make it hard to miss anything. Have you ever noticed the sound the house makes while you lay quietly in bed as the house is also settling for the night. As I sit typing quietly the sounds I am hearing come from the kitchen. The sound of someone washing up, music playing and whistling. Normal daily sounds in our house.
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.