Plan your visit - Cornerstone Church Kingston
Plan your visit

Sunday services

10am Morning Service Arrow icon Arrow icon

Come together with the whole church community to meet each other and hear the Bible preached. All are welcome. During the service we’ll hear church notices, have a time of prayer and sing a mixture of modern and traditional worship songs. We will spend around 30 minutes or so in the sermon. Children and youth groups will take place at the same time.

Time

Arrive at 10am for light refreshments.

Check-in children at 10:20am. The service begins promptly at 10.30am.

As you arrive you’ll be greeted by our welcome team. They’ll be happy to answer any questions you have.

Location

Address: Tiffin School, Queen Elizabeth Road, Kingston, KT2 6RL

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Free on-site parking is available, accessed from Birkenhead Avenue. Our stewards in hi-vis jackets will direct you on arrival.

The nearest bus stop is Tiffin School or Cromwell Road Bus Station

The nearest train station is Kingston

Enter the site from the pedestrian entrance next to Lovekyn Chapel on London Road.

Children & Youth

Creche, children and youth groups run every Sunday morning. Check them into their groups at the registration desk from 10.15am.

Older children and youth will rejoin the service with their leader at the end of the service. Children under-5 need to be collected from their classroom by a parent or guardian. 

Under-18 months: Our creche is available for babies and toddlers.

18 months – 3 years: Bible Tots includes songs, a short Bible lesson, biscuits and play.

3 – 11 years: Cornerstone Kids classes include age-appropriate Bible teaching and games.

11 – 14 years: Soul youth group meets during term time for a Bible study and discussion.

15 – 18 years: Rooted youth group sit together in the service.


6:30pm Evening Service Arrow icon Arrow icon

Join us for a relaxed service together with a smaller congregation than in the morning. Grab a tea or coffee before sitting at a table with others. We’ll hear church notices, pray together and sing a mixture of modern and traditional worship songs.

We’ll also hear a short presentation on either the persecuted church, a missionary we support or an unreached people group. The 30-minute sermon is often preached by a member of our preacher’s group. 

Time

Arrive from 6pm for light refreshments. The service begins promptly at 6.30pm.

Location

Address: The Cornerstone Hub, 234a Canbury Park Road, Kingston, KT2 6LF

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On-street parking is usually available in the residential streets around The Hub. Check signage as charges may apply.  

The nearest bus stop is Cromwell Road Bus Station

The nearest train station is Kingston


Activities at The Hub Arrow icon Arrow icon

The majority of our regular activities meet at The Hub.

Address: The Cornerstone Hub, 234a Canbury Park Road, Kingston, KT2 6LF

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On-street parking is usually available in the residential streets around The Hub. Check signage as charges usually apply on week days.  

The nearest bus stop is Cromwell Road Bus Station

The nearest train station is Kingston


“Everybody welcomed me with genuine love and since day one I felt at home. The preaching and the teaching of the bible is amazing.”

Sofia

Questions

Contact us if you have any more questions.

What does the church believe? Arrow icon Arrow icon

In a nutshell, we believe in the gospel of Jesus Christ; his life, death, resurrection and ascension as described in the New Testament. We try to live similarly to the early Christian church who “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer” in Acts 2:42.

For much more information on our beliefs and the doctrines we hold to, we recommend you read our Statement of Faith.


What’s the gospel? Arrow icon Arrow icon

The word gospel simply means good news. The Christian good news can be summarised in John 3:16 which says, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

For more information on what this gospel means for you, we recommend you read our Statement of Faith and listen to our podcast A-Z of Christianity.


What should I wear? Arrow icon Arrow icon

There is no prescribed way of dressing to attend Cornerstone. Most people will wear either casual or smart-casual clothing.


Who runs the church? Arrow icon Arrow icon

Cornerstone has a dedicated group of elders who oversee all aspects of the church. We also have a staff team who are employed by the church, including our pastors and administrators.

Additionally, we rely on church members as volunteers to run the variety of ministries at the church, from children’s work to service set-up. 



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