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Discipleship, or Christian Education, at Cornerstone Church is conducted through worship services, Junior Church, Bible Studies/Small Groups, Kids Club and Youth Group.  With the exception of the Worship Service, all of our Discipleship groups take a break during the summer (generally June - August), meeting again after Labor Day.  Questions about our discipleship/education opportunities may be directed to
Worship Service:
Our Worship Service begins at 11:00 a.m. and ends about 12:30 p.m.  Cornerstone strives to create an environment that is conducive to worship for a wide spectrum of people with various Christian backgrounds and worship experiences.  Thus we work to blend the modern and the traditional worship while still allowing creativity and flexibility in worship and acceptance of those who worship differently than we do.  We sing both modern choruses and traditional hymns.  Some people raise their hands in worship and others who do not.
Listen to sermons online here.
Jr. Church:
children's education
 Classes are offered for children who are in Kindergarten through 5th Grade and run during the sermon portion of the Sunday worship service.  Students are led through age-appropriate Bible and/or Christian-Living lessons.
Junior Church runs September (after Labor Day) through May.
Kids Club:
Kids Club Lesson
This children's ministry is open to kids who are in kindergarten (age 5) through grade 4 and is designed to be an evangelistic ministry for children. They meet every Wednesday from 6:45-8:00 p.m. At most meetings they sing praise songs, hear a Bible Stories or Lessons, practice praying, learn a memory verse, play games, and earn tickets for prizes at the end of the night.
Kids Club meets September - December and then February - May.
Youth Group:
The Youth Group is for teens who are in grades 5-12.  The Senior High Youth (Grades 9-12) meet on Wednesday nights from 5:30 - 6:45 p.m. at the church.  The Junior High Youth (Grades 5-8) meet on Wednesday nights from 6:45-8:00 p.m.
These groups are focused on providing and environment where teens gather to learn about Christ.  We believe teaching to love like Jesus (1 Corinthians 13:4-8) will draw them towards a loving Father for a relationship that will last a lifetime.
These groups often spend the night playing a game, having a discussion based on a Bible lesson, snack time and building relationships.
The Youth Groups meet September - December and then February - May.
Small Groups: 

We believe that Small Groups are a great way to facilitate the growth of our congregation into a family of God by providing a place where deeper relationships can develop. Small Groups are where you can find accountability, receive encouragement, be challenged to grow and mature in Christ, and offer the love and support you've received from others.

The number and type of Small Groups available within Cornerstone Educationvaries due to the need, the time of year and availability of leaders.  The list of Small Groups currently available is listed below.
Women's Bible Study: 
The Women's Bible Study meets at the church on Monday nights from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. The group generally meets from September (after Labor Day) through the end of May. Sign up online (   More information about this group may be obtained from the Church Office at 801-568-0954.
Thursday Night Small Groups:
We will have adult small groups that meet in homes in West Jordan on Thursday nights beginning September 6th.  Contact the Church Office (801-568-0954) for more information about these groups.
Care & Share:
We have a small group of people that meet on the FOURTH Sunday of every month to fellowship with each other over a soup lunch and to encourage each other in life's circumstances by sharing what is going on in their lives and spend time praying for one another.
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Child Safety Program (CSP)
The policies and processes of the Cornerstone Child Safety Program exemplify the attitude of this church body toward child sexual abuse and are designed to protect our children from the risk of sexual abuse.  Being informed and continual monitoring are the best ways to protect against and deter abuse.  Staying alert and interested are vital instruments and maintaining an environment that reduces the risk of harm to our children means increasing the risk of discovery to any potential abuser.  By keeping our children under the watchful eyes of a community that takes child safety as their responsibility and follows safe practices, we minimize the risk.
Each of our children's ministries are directed, led and taught by individuals who have been certified in our Child Safety Program.  Those who are CSP-certified have successfully completed training and testing, background checks, obtained positive references and have undergone personal interviews.