Evansville Cornerstone Church

Evansville Cornerstone Church: Our Church Staff

 



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gary

Enjoy church!

We believe that church shouldn't be  a place full of regulations and law.  The church should be full of the life and love of Christ.  A place where children are welcome to play and shout.  A place where laughter and joy are common and expected! Church, should be a place you enjoy coming and bringing your friends and family.

The most fun you can have in life is loving God and loving people!

 

Pastors Gary and Kimber Auten

 

Our Core Values

Prayer,  Worship,  Community,   Relationships,  Servant leadership, Teamwork, Margin,  Communication, Learning, Flexibility 


Hey Cornerstone Family...

We are once again collecting egg noodles for the Evansville Rescue Mission!  Please bring them to church this Wednesday or Sunday for delivery to ERM on Monday!  Thank you! 

 

 

 

Home
 

Outreach

Alex G R

Prayer
 
Theresa Koester
 kinect

Melanie Sallee

 
Prison
 
Jim Williams
 
 
 Mens

Dan Perdue

     Pastor Kimber Auten

 Womens

Sherry Bell

Equipping
 
Ginger Gardner

        

 

 

Our Vision

Cornerstone is dedicated to promoting prayer in all aspects of life and ministry. We will reach out to our community with sharing and reach in to our church family with caring. Our church is devoted to teaching believers how to live out their faith in Christ Jesus. 

 Cornerstone
Assembly of God


3900 Kratzville Rd., Evansville, IN, 47710

 812-422-4965
Fax: 812-422-5438



Service Times:

Sunday: 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday: 7:00 p.m.




KINECT Children's Church: Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings


THRIVE Jr. High Ministry: Wednesday evenings 7:00 p.m.

theTested Youth Ministry: Sunday 6-8 p.m.

Small groups: September through May (Please call for more information)

 


 

COMING UP

12/13 Benefit Concert with Julie Nickel

12/14 Kinect Christmas Party

12/19 Staff Appreciation Banquet

12/21 Christmas Variety Show

12/24 Candlelight & Communion Service

12/29 Prophetic Service 

COMING SOON
 
1/29 Winter Jam featuring Skillet
 
(TBA) Dream Center Outreach
 
Adult Bible Study 9:00 am Sunday mornings
 

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