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.
Sunday worship in the building resumed at 10.00 am on Sunday, 6 September 2020, with several new practices in place to keep things as safe as possible.
The Cornerstone Café is now open for take-away food and drinks 10.00 am – 2.00 pm Monday to Friday.
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Music to End the Day Sunday, 20 September 2020

Dear Friends Our ‘music to end the day’ begins tonight with the tranquil ‘Tierce en Taille’ in G by Jean François Dandrieu, the gifted French harpsichordist and organist who gave his first public performance at the age of 5 for King Louis XIV! ‘Tierce en Taille’ refers to a particular organ registration, common in French baroque...

Holy Communion for Sunday, 20 September 2020

Organ Prelude: Adagio, Concerto in A minor Holy Communion Service Preacher and celebrant: Revd Ernesto Lozada-Uzuriaga Welcome Welcome in the name of Christ. God’s mercy, grace and peace be with you. Good morning, Living Stones, and welcome to our Holy Communion Service on the fifteenth Sunday after Trinity. We begin with the Prayer of the Week....

Music videos for Sunday, 20 September 2020

Organ prelude Adagio from Concerto in A minor. BWV 593 arrangement by Johann Sebastian Bach, of the Concerto for two violins Opus 3 No.8 RV 522 composed by Antonio Lucio Vivaldi. Short introit What does the Lord require for praise and offering. Words composed by Albert F Bayly. Melody composed by Erik Routley. Hymn In Christ alone my hope is...

Sermon for Sunday, 20 September 2020

By Revd George Mwaura Jonah 3: 10 – 4: 11 & Matthew 20: 1–16 Nothing but the Grace! A church minister died and went to heaven and St Peter met him at the Pearly Gates. ‘Here’s how it works,’ St Peter said, ‘You need 100 points to make it into heaven. You tell me all the...