Cornerstone Student Ministries

CSM is committed to the vision of Cornerstone Community Church. Our desire is to see young people walking with Jesus and with one another for a lifetime, with God’s Word serving both as their foundation and guide in daily life.

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Sunday Morning

Dig Deeper | 1st Service | Education Center

Students gather for over an hour on Sunday morning to learn from God’s Word and be equipped to walk as Jesus’ disciples. This time together includes food and plenty of fun with our peers and teachers.

Check-In & Checkout

Students, be sure to stop by the Student Check-In station and check in before class. And after class, please check out.

Wednesday

CSM Weekly Gathering | 6:30-8:30 PM | Education Center

Students come together on a weekly basis to worship, engage in God’s Word, serve one another, and be released to share the Gospel with the world around them. CSM adult leaders are present to not only minister to students, but to come alongside them in their life journey.

Special Events (semester calendar)

Districts Youth Conference (DYC) | January 8-10, 2021

The Forest Lakes District hosts an annual winter conference in Green Bay, WI that “challenges and equips students to live on mission with God and take the next step in their relationship with God.” Visit the DYC website for more details.

Forest Springs Work Weekend | May 1st-3rd, 2020

CSM travels to Forest Springs Camp & Conference Center each spring to help them prepare for summer ministry. This trip is FREE but has a limited number of spots!

Autumn Escape: Fall Retreat | October, 2020

Join us for our annual fall retreat at Marshfield School Forest – where “Creation meets Creator.”

Summer

CSM looks different in the summer! The experiences and events that are offered provide a change of pace, a change of place, and a change of perspective. More information and details to come in Spring 2020.

Serve

In order to make disciples in student ministry, we need disciple-makers. Is God tugging on your heart to invest in the lives of students? If so, please reach out.