Study group

Cell Groups

- where everyone can thrive

Relationships are great for mutual growth and development.  Small groups of people come together in the same cell group for a variety of reasons from having similar interests to living in the same area.  

So what are cell groups?

Cell groups are part of the church and community family. They provide a small group outside of the public Sunday services for everyone to have spiritual and practical support, a place of welcome and belonging, to learn more about God and personal growth.

Who are the cell groups open to?

Cell groups are open to everyone - members and regular attendees of Cornerstone and their families and friends, visitors, and individuals who may not attend.

When and where do the cell groups meet?

Cell groups meet on a regular basis (i.e., weekly, fortnightly, monthly), as agreed by group members. Contact will be made with individuals as needed to follow up any individual support as requested. Cell groups are pre-arranged to meet in homes, online or in public places for activities and events.

What sort of activities happen in the cell groups?

Activities include prayer support, learning through small group Christian study, sharing experiences, equipping for spiritual growth and more. The cell groups also celebrate birthday and other social activities.

Yes you can. Cell groups are for everyone whether or not you are a Christian.

 

Cornerstone will also provide Alpha groups for those who are non-Christian who prefer to be in a group to find out more about God first before joining a cell group.

Who do I need to contact if I am interested in joining a cell group?

Please contact Barry Hutchinson, Senior Pastor on 07368 517602 or email cornerstonecc@cogop.org.uk 

1 Thessalonians 5:11  

“So speak encouraging words to one anther. Build up hope so you'll all be together in this, no one left out, no one left behind.  I know you're already doing this; just keep on doing it.”