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Meetings at the Perspectives Charter School - Joslin Campus located in the South Loop neighborhood of Chicago have been suspended until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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

Parking is available in the school lot.

Welcome to Cornerstone Community Church


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.

Hans Hong

Enjoy an evening of fun with friends at a "movie in the park", a beloved Chicago tradition. Co-sponsored by Cornerstone Community Church and the Chicago Park District, Despicable Me will be shown on Saturday August 18, 2012 at Cotton Tail Park, a beautiful neighborhood park in the heart of the South Loop. The movie starts at dusk. Bring a blanket and a picnic basket, but come early because it can get crowded. Free popcorn for all!

Pastor Green

Dear friends,

What do you think most people would say?

A teacher has two students. One did all of the homework on time, got a high score on the final exam, and consistently displayed sincere interest in the subject. The other did the minimum homework, took the exam (we won't mention the grade), and was obviously uninterested in the subject. Who gets the A? Who gets the D?

Two people worship God. One worships in a manner that pleases God. The other worships in a manner that displeases God. Who does God bless?

Pastor Green

Dear friends,

Why do bad things happen?

A child will often point at someone else. Sometimes adults do so too!

Many of the demonstrators on the streets of Chicago believe it’s because of “the system.” Liberals believe it’s because of the conservatives. Conservatives are convinced it’s because of the liberals. Socialists point at the capitalists. Some claim, “The devil made me do it.” Some point to their parents, or their culture, or …, and so the finger pointing goes, and goes, and goes.

Pastor Green

Dear friends,

When I was a boy, I recall explaining to my teacher that I kept making the same kind of mistake on my schoolwork and did not know what to do about it. I’m not sure what the problem was, memories from that far back tend to fade! But, I do recall the teacher’s response. It left me with a sense of frustration over the futility of trying to do better. What did the teacher say? “I can’t understand how you can know what you are doing wrong and not change it.”

Didn’t my teacher understand that knowing what to do and actually doing it are not the same thing?


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