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Worship Service: Sundays @ 9:30 a.m.

We meet at Perspectives Charter School - Joslin Campus located in the South Loop neighborhood of Chicago.

Our address: 1930 S. Archer Ave., Chicago, IL 60616.

Parking is available in the school lot.

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Pastor Green

Dear friends,

The heat wave in Chicago is just about over. Most of us are aware of how difficult the hot weather has been for many living in the western states. The Alliance’s national offices are located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. A prayer update this week reported that the fires in their area have consumed over 15,000 acres, 50 homes, and tens of thousands have been evacuated.

Daniel Yeo

What: Flag Football - Second Saturday Fellowship
When: Saturday, July 14, 2012, 9am - 1pm
Where: Ping Tom Park (corner of W. 18th St and S. Wentworth

The Men's Ministry invites all Cornerstone men and their friends, neighbors, and coworkers to the Second Saturday Fellowship.

Daniel Yeo
Women's Ministry

On Thursday evenings this summer, the women of Cornerstone invite you and your guests for an evening of fellowship, food, fun, a topical presentation, and prayer.

Our purpose is to encourage women of every age and life stage to walk more closely with God and to develop friendships with one another. Our first topic will be Recapturing Your First Love.

Where:
1147 W. 34th Place; Chicago, IL 60608
The Green’s home

When:
Thursday evenings, 7:30 – 9:00 pm
June 21 through August 23

Daniel Yeo
Church Picnic

Sunday, July 1
After worship service

Everyone is welcome, invite a friend
Fun and games for all ages
Shuttle service from church to Ping Tom Park
300 W. 19th St., just north of Chinatown Square

The church will provide:

  • A whole roast pig
  • Rolls & chips
  • Corn on the cob
  • Watermelon
  • Drinks
  • Napkins, utensils, & plates
  • A limited number of chairs & tarps

Please bring:

Pastor Green

Dear friends,

Gravestones are a way of marking our passing through life. They are also a way we can say to others what was important to us. When I was a boy walking through a famous cemetery in Buffalo was a common weekend activity, at least it was something my older relatives enjoyed. I thought it was creepy. I have to admit that the gently rolling terrain and huge trees were beautiful and did make for a relaxing walk. I remember many markers from the 1800’s that were carved stone tree stumps. I never figured out why a person would want a tree stump over their grave.

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