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.
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.

Morning Prayer Monday, 10 August 2020

Good morning everyone and welcome to our time together in prayer and praise this morning. Let us start with a prayer from Bridgid of Gael from the first century who is one of the Patron Saints of Ireland. I arise today Through a mighty strength: God’s power to guide me, God’s might to uphold me, God’s...

Music to end the day for Sunday, 9 August 2020

Dear friends, To open our music this evening, I would like to share with you Telemann’s sparkling Sonata in F for Treble Recorder and Continuo, in a performance by Rocio Sanchez, one of our guest choir members, at Olney Parish Church last September – part of the special service to conclude the Amazing Grace Pilgrimage Walk....

Holy Communion Sunday, 9 August 2020

[The complete Service is contained in one video file. The musical prelude and postlude are each in their own video file, at top and bottom of this post. The words of the service, hymns, readings and intercessions are all included in the video of the Service.] Prelude: Kleine Präludien und Intermezzi (Opus 9, 2nd movement) by...

Sermon for Sunday, 9 August 2020

By Revd Ernesto Lozada-Uzuriaga I grew up in a very traditional evangelical church. Everyone had their own Bible. We would read from our Bible regularly, as a family together and in my own personal devotionals every day. And I would carry my Bible to every church service, Bible study, youth group, summer camps, trips out, absolutely everywhere....