Who are we?
Cornerstone NOLA is a God-led, spirit-filled, Christ-centered congregation that strives to be a light in the community. Cornerstone is an all inclusive congregation that seeks to welcome and embrace all people.
Our worship services are filled with passionate expressions of our faith and powerful preaching. We come to get equipped to then go out to reach the least, last, and the lost of this world. We are dedicated to our mission of “making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world!”
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Why you should worship with us
1) We need you, you matter to us
2) We make promises and try to keep them
3) We will tell you the truth and expect you to do the same
4) We practice gratitude and work as a body
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Pastoral COVID – 19 Letter
Sunday, March 22, 2020
Dear Cornerstone Family,
Within the last week there have been multiple confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the Cornerstone membership. They may have been exposed during March from a number of sources, which of course includes church activities. While the church has been and continues to be sanitized and cleaned on an almost daily basis. In an abundance of caution, it must be assumed that the exposure possibly stems from their interactions in church activities as far back as the first Sunday Service held on March 1st and other meetings which occurred during the month.
Please keep in mind that there is a window of 2-14 days after exposure to the virus where an infected person may not have any symptoms and still be contagious.
Symptoms of COVID-19 which to NOT ignore:
Fever (over 100)
Shortness of breath/trouble breathing
Again, please do NOT ignore these symptoms. The initial symptoms seem to be fever, cough, and body aches and are quickly progressing to difficulty breathing.
Please seek immediate medical care if experiencing these symptoms.
This virus is spread through respiratory droplets (i.e. coughing, sneezing, saliva, kissing)
The virus can survive on surfaces for up to three days. (i.e. a COVID-19 positive person coughs in their hands and touch a door handle the virus will spread)
If you believe you have been in contact with anyone that is positive for the virus please self-quarantine/isolate.
Rev. Johnathan C. Richardson, Th.M
Servant Senior Pastor
Cornerstone United Methodist Church
Join us for #socialjusticesunday
It is an embodiment of both the very best of the Black Church tradition and provides an opportunity for those present to take Jesus seriously. Through these events, which will take place every 3-4 months, the people of Cornerstone want to explore what it means to do church differently by reaching out to people of all generations in the name of Jesus. We desire to teach through #SocialJusticeSunday the importance of serving the least as an expression of the Christian idea of being in the world but not of the world!