ABOUT SMALL GROUPS AT CORNERSTONE
Getting Connected at Cornerstone Church means participating in a Small Group. They provide a setting to build dynamic relationships and apply biblical principles to daily life. Small Groups allow Cornerstone Church to grow smaller as we grow larger.
Were there Small Groups in the Bible? The book of Acts records the tremendous growth of the first church in Jerusalem. Acts 5:42 tells us that the people met “in the temple courts” (large group worship) and from “house to house” (small group fellowship). Small Groups meeting in homes were the foundation of the early church. Small Groups were vital to the church’s growth then, and they are just as vital now. You’ll never fully experience all that Cornerstone has until you connect in a Small Group!
What are the groups about? Our Small Groups are as varied as we are: group leaders use their gifts and passions to create a group that allows others to join with them in serving God. Whatever your age or interest-Bible study, eating, prayer, photography, playing games, sportsmen events, you name it– we’ve got a group that’s just right for you and they meet throughout the Anniston area.
When can I join one? New groups start two times a year– fall and spring (on school semesters). However, you don’t have to wait for the new semester to join a group. Most Small Groups are open throughout the semester. Find a group, contact a leader and get going!
*A new semester of small groups will begin soon.