The Church of Christ the Cornerstone

Welcome to the Church of Christ the Cornerstone where five denominations work together, sharing the same space and a commitment to serve the people of Milton Keynes. We are a diverse community discovering and growing in the Christian faith. We experience God’s love and are challenged to live that love and share it with the wider community.
The Church and Chapel are usually open seven days a week for private prayer and public worship.

Cornerstone News: Covid-19 information

The Chapel is now open for private prayer 10.00 am – 12.00 noon Monday–Friday.

It is hoped that Sunday worship in the building will resume at 10.00 am on Sunday, 6 September 2020.

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Evening Prayer Friday, 10 June 2020

Good evening, everyone. As we draw towards the close of the day, I’d like us to begin our prayer time by listening to an evening hymn. Please click on the link below to join in with or listen to the congregation of Durham Road Baptist Church, Gateshead as they sing, ‘The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, is...

Morning Prayer Friday, 10 July 2020

Good morning, my friends of Christ the Cornerstone. Rise to meet this fresh new day. The rain is past and nature renewed. Let us praise God with a Psalm: It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing psalms to your name, Most High, to declare your love in the morning and your faithfulness...

Evening Prayer Thursday, 9 July 2020

A reading from Psalm 95 1 Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord;   let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. 2 Let us come before him with thanksgiving   and extol him with music and song. 3 For the Lord is the great God,   the great King above all gods. 4 In his hand are the...

Morning Prayer Thursday, 9 July 2020

Celebrating Diversity without Addressing Disparity is Hypocrisy We need other human beings to help us to be human. We are made for interdependence, for complementarity. We are made for family, the human family, God’s family. Let us make sure that we value every member of it. Preface by John Sentamu (former Bishop of Birmingham, recently retired...