Cornerstone is passionate about reaching out beyond the local church to serve. Whether weekly, monthly, or annually, there is a way for you to get involved in our community and beyond in serving those whom Jesus calls us to serve.
Through the sharing of our resources of time and finances, we seek to follow the command of Jesus:
I was hungry and you gave me food to eat. I was thirsty and you gave me a drink. I was a stranger and you welcomed me. I was naked and you gave me clothes to wear. I was sick and you took care of me. I was in prison and you visited me.
The first Wednesday of every month, the Prison Ministry Team leads worship at the Craighead County Jail, seeking to share the love and hope of Christ in seemingly hopeless situations.
Helping Neighbors Food Pantry
CUMC members bring food donations and volunteer to serve at the Helping Neighbors Food Pantry.
AState Wesley Monthly Meal
Once a month, CUMC provides a meal for college students at the Arkansas State University Wesley Foundation.
Ozark Mission Project
Ozark Mission Project (OMP) brings together youth and adults from across Arkansas to serve neighbors in need of minor home repair.
In partnership with the Northeast Arkansas Foodbank, CUMC provides bags of food for children at the Jonesboro Kindergarten Center throughout the schoolyear.
New to Cornerstone this December, Advent Conspiracy is a way to make Christmas a more meaningful celebration of Christ’s birth through spending less on material gifts, helping others more, sharing more, and worshiping both at home and at church as we celebrate Emmanuel – God with us!
Educacion Especial – Atitlan, Guatemala
The Guatemala Mission Project works to address the spiritual, educational, and environmental needs of children and adults with special needs who are served by Education Especial in Santiago, Atitlan, Guatemala. This includes 97 students (ages 2-57), 3 teachers, and the families of the students served by the school.