Category: News

Revd Ernesto Luzada-Uzuriaga on Annual Leave

Dear all, I will be away on annual leave from 1-15 August. I will switch off from everything in order to have a proper rest. In case of any emergency please contact Mark. I have made sure that the daily prayers and Sunday service will continue as usual. I am very grateful to all those who...

Reopening of the Church – COVID-19 Safety Information

On June 23rd 2020, the government announced the reopening of churches to begin from July 4th 2020. Whilst our church has already reopened for individual private prayers in the Chapel only, a plan is already in place to reopen the church for the Ecumenical Service, from September 6th 2020. The reopening date for the Catholic Service...

Bonhoeffer Anniversary

Today (Thursday, 9 April 2020) we mark the anniversary of the execution of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. I first heard of him in 1962…. His writings took me on journeys that I would not have dreamed about. He was a man who found ways of living purposefully without the need of perpetual reassurance and comfort. Through his writings...

Cornerstone News: Covid-19 information

The Chapel is now open for private prayer 10.00 am – 12.00 noon Monday–Friday.
The Cornerstone shop is also open.
It is planned that Sunday worship in the building will resume at 10.00 am on Sunday, 6 September 2020, with several new practices in place to keep things as safe as possible.
It is also hoped that the Cornerstone Café will re-open in September 2020.
Click on the heading for the full notice.

All Age Worship: 10.30 am Sunday, 1 July 2018

All Age Worship! Sunday, 1 July 2018 at 10.30 am Theme: Our Christian Unity Volunteers Needed! Greeters: welcome people and help them join in! Preparers: prepare & facilitate activities: Coffee time Bible discussion group Contemplative group Service group Kids’ (young and old!) craft group Amateur restaurateurs: prepare and serve pancakes! Helpers: set up and/or tear down...

2016 Review of the Church of Christ the Cornerstone

Every five years or so, we have a review of the Church commissioned by the Ecumenical Oversight Group of the Milton Keynes Mission Partnership. The Partnership have arranged for an experienced team of external reviewers who will be supported by three members of our Congregation. The team will be looking at our vision, mission and worship...

Week 5: The hope beyond brokenness

The Mystery of Everything – a Lent course based around the film ‘The Theory of Everything’ Week 5: The hope beyond brokenness It’s not easy to give reflections without having seen the film, ‘The Theory of Everything’, based on a book by Jane Hawking with her story of hers and Stephen’s life together, but for those of...