The Place

The Church is Christ the Cornerstone is in central Milton Keynes. It is a building that was designed with great attention to every aspect of it.  The symbolism present in the Worship Area has been rediscovered, to an extent, while looking at archive material.

The building was opened in 1992 and is used for worship every day of the week and for a whole range of other activities.

Members of the Ministerial Team of Christ the Cornerstone being presented to Her Majesty the Queen after the Dedication Service on 13 March 1992

Members of the Ministerial Team of Christ the Cornerstone being presented to Her Majesty the Queen after the Dedication Service on 13 March 1992

The Centre for Integrated Living, English Language House and Explicit Solutions are permanent tenants, but a whole range of community groups, churches and others use the building on a regular or occasional basis.

We are open seven days a week.  On Monday–Saturday the doors are open 8.00 am–8.00 pm, although many meetings and events go on later into the evenings.

The Chapel is available for private prayer and reflection

The Chapel is available for private prayer and reflection

The Chapel is open 8.00 am–8.00 pm for private prayer and reflection.

We have a shop in the foyer with cards and books and other items.  You can buy things from this at any time that the Reception desk is open.

The Cornerstone Café is open 9.00 am–3.00 pm Monday–Friday for a range of teas, coffees, sandwiches, hot and cold snacks.  Freshly made soup is probably the favourite.

More details about the Cornerstone Café, the shop and hiring rooms can be found on the Cornerstone Trading website www.cornerstonetradingmk.co.uk.