Cornerstone Chapel is a non-denominational church in Leesburg, Virginia and is affiliated with Calvary Chapel.
CORNERSTONE CHAPEL is a community of believers in Jesus Christ that exists to glorify God through the teaching and application of God’s Word, and through personal and corporate worship.
We believe in equipping believers for service within the church to strengthen the body of Christ, and for service outside the church to minister the gospel of Christ.
Two (2) things that define our church would be the systematic teaching through the Bible and secondly, worshipping God with modern praise music.
Our hearts' desire is to see men, women, and children come into a personal relationship with God through faith in His Son, Jesus Christ.
[01/14/19] January 4-6, our Middle School Youth packed up and went to NorthBay Adventure Camp for their 2019 Winter Retreat! There was worship, the Word, games and fellowship. We are thankful to the Lord that these kids learned about Him, while having a BLAST doing crazy activities and making new friends!
Church services are canceled today due to snow. Check out our teaching library online or in our mobile app to watch a sermon from the comfort of your home!
When everything is going well, it can be hard to know what is in our hearts. That is why God will “turn up the heat” in our lives, to bring impurities to the surface and reveal our hearts for what they truly are. That way we will be made more like Him!
Reminder that Christianity 101 is TONIGHT at 7:00 p.m. in the Ministry Room! Look for the banner and table outside the door. If you are new to the faith or looking to learn more about the basics of Christianity, you won't want to miss it!
Only God can transform us from within, taking our hardened, damaged hearts and softening them to His will. He wants to do that for us, church! Invite Him into your heart today, in this moment.
[01/08/19] Before we get too far into 2019, we wanted to share a brief glimpse into the past year at Cornerstone Chapel. We hope you will celebrate with us in all the Lord has accomplished! From missions far and near, to youth camps, to our Easter and Christmas services and everything in between... every life changed is His good work, and we are honored He would allow us a part in it.
It’s been said before that “the heart of the human problem is the problem of the human heart.” This was Judah’s problem. They rebelled against God because they had chosen instead to follow their own stubborn, evil hearts. In today’s study, Pastor Gary looks at the issue of the “heart” and how Christianity is the only world religion that makes the bold assertion that an individual can be miraculously transformed from within—that God can actually alter the human condition by changing the heart.
Church, we have 2 great, upcoming classes that you’ll want to check out! For new believers, or for anyone who wants to revisit the basics of our faith, Christianity 101 will happen on Wednesday, January 9. The following week will be Christianity 201 on January 16, where we go a little deeper into what it looks like to be a follower of Jesus. Both classes take place at 7:00 p.m. in the ministry room. See you there!
This Friday, our Middle School Youth Group is heading to NorthBay Adventure Camp for their 2019 Winter Retreat! Please join us in prayer for the safety of the more than 200 kids and volunteers who will be going, and that the hearts of those attending would be open to hearing from the Lord! Sign-up is closed for now, but walk-up registration will be available at the church on Friday at 4:15 p.m. before departure. @ Cornerstone Chapel
Join us in committing this new year to the Lord, and praising Him for all He did in 2018! Happy New Year, church!
We are so grateful for everything the Lord accomplished through our Christmas Eve services, especially those who boldly walked forward and accepted Christ for the first time. Here are some snapshots from Christmas at Cornerstone to celebrate His beautiful work! @ Cornerstone Chapel
Young Adults ages 18-29 can register and attend their New Year’s Eve Celebration tonight at 8:00 p.m. in the Cafe! There will be games, music, tons of food and good fun!
Tomorrow we are having our annual Question and Answer services! Join us at 8:30, 10:00, or 11:45 a.m. with your Bible questions ready to text in. Pastor Gary will be answering as many as he can, live!
Christmas at Cornerstone was a wonderful celebration of our Savior’s birth, with more than 13,000 in attendance. God was glorified in worship and the telling of the Christmas story, and the angels rejoiced at the 250 who received Christ for the first time! A huge thank you to our hundreds of volunteers that made these services possible!
Reminder: no midweek service tonight! Plan on joining us this Sunday, Dec 30 at 8:30, 10:00, or 11:45 a.m. as we resume our normal schedule!
“Joy, joy, for Christ is born,
the Babe, the Son of Mary!”
Cornerstone Chapel wishes you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas full of God’s love, remembering the humble birth of our Savior!
“This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger.”
Christmas at Cornerstone begins TOMORROW! We are so excited to come together and worship the miracle of our Savior’s humble birth
December 23 at 9:00& 11:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m. //
December 24 at 1:00, 3:00, 5:00 & 7:00 p.m.
“But the angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people.’”...
Pastor Gary would like to invite YOU to attend one of our Christmas Eve services! Be sure to share this video, and invite your family and loved ones to join us.
There will be no midweek service today, December 19, or on Wednesday, December 26. Instead, we hope you are making plans to join us for Christmas at Cornerstone!
At this past Sunday’s conclusion on the “Road to Christmas”, Pastor Gary reminded us of the miracle of Jesus’s birth, which fulfilled every prophecy that was foretold of it in the Bible. God’s perfect plan was for his son to come to earth, take on flesh, and to die for the sins of all.
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You can join us this Sunday or Monday for one of our Christmas Eve Services! They are at 9:00 & 11:00 a.m. as well as 5:00 p.m. on Dec 23, and 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, and 7:00 p.m. on Dec 24!
If you are a college student home for the holidays, make sure to check out our Young Adult's special Christmas service tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel! All young adults (ages 18-29) are invited to wear their best Christmas sweater and come out for worship and teaching, followed by games and the movie Elf!
Young Adults, tonight we are going all out for CHRISTMAS!!! 🎊🎉Come out in your best tacky sweater, ready to sing some Christmas tunes and celebrate the reason for the season: Jesus! Pastor Austin has a special seasonal sermon for us. Afterwards, stick around for popcorn, hot chocolate, and everyone’s favorite Christmas movie: ELF! 🎅🏼🤶🏼☃️❄️🎁
More than 300 prophecies are written in the Old Testament concerning the first coming of the Messiah. All of them were fulfilled by Jesus. Matthew quotes 5 of those prophecies in the first two chapters of his gospel pertaining to the birth of the Messiah and how Jesus fulfilled them. Why is it important to understand these prophecies? Pastor Gary answers that as he explains each of the five prophecies in today’s study in our series “The Road to Christmas.”
Christmas is a time to spend with loved ones, and we have a way for you to help bring yours together. Available at both welcome centers are invitations to Christmas at Cornerstone. Feel free to grab one or several and hand them out!
The birth of Jesus is a truly miraculous thing. Mary’s humanity and God’s divinity made Jesus fully man, and fully God- so that he could lead a sinless life and die for the sins of the world. #TheRoadtoChristmas #ChristmasatCornerstone2018
The Christmas story involves a miracle—something that is of Divine origin and of a supernatural cause rather than from human ingenuity or natural causes. Christmas is when God made His grand entrance into the human race to be like us to die for us. But what do we know about the conception of Christ? There are many myths and falsehoods about the miracle of Christ’s conception. Pastor Gary walks us through the Bible account of the miracle of Christ’s conception in today’s study from Isaiah 7.
The word “Christian” is more than just a title—it’s an identity for those who know Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. When we carry the identity of “Christian” it means that we bear the Lord’s Name. It means that we reflect him wherever we go, whatever we do, and with whomever we interact. But the questions become—what are people learning about Christ through us? What is the glimpse of Jesus that we are giving to people? And what things should characterize those who bear the Lord’s Name? In Jeremiah 15, Jeremiah teaches us 5 things about how we should live as men and women who bear the Lord’s Name. Pastor Gary challenges us about those things in today’s study form Jeremiah 15.
November has flown by, and we wanted to pause a moment and remember what the Lord did this past month! Here are some snapshots from our Single’s Event, Men’s Steak ‘N Study, Young Adult’s Friendsgiving, and Operation Christmas Child! We are so grateful for these opportunities to come together and glorify God. He is so good to us! @ Cornerstone Chapel
“If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probably explanation is that we were made for another world.” —C.S. Lewis
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Our home is in heaven, Church! Do not be discouraged when this world causes heartache and discouragement; we are only passing through.
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“Your citizenship is in Heaven, and we’re only passing through.” Pastor Gary Hamrick on Jeremiah 11-12
Have you ever wondered why it seems that wicked people prosper and have no difficulties, but people who live for the Lord have adversity and trials? Jeremiah did. He was the target of an assassination plot by his neighbors, friends, and family. He knew what it was to face hardships. But he remained faithful to the Lord despite his trials. How can we face similar difficulties without being overwhelmed by the adversities of life? Pastor Gary takes us through Jeremiah 11-12 to address this subject.
Before the spirit of Thanksgiving escapes us, we need to thank our amazing volunteers! You do SO much to serve the Lord through Cornerstone!
Our annual Thanksgiving Eve service is devoted entirely to worship and testimonies, giving God thanks for all He has done in the past year.
Operation Christmas Child has calculated that for every box placed in a child’s hands, 7 people are reached with the Gospel. That means that the almost 3500 boxes given will reach nearly 25,000 people. Thank you, church, for this incredible impact that has been made for the Kingdom!
From ours to yours, as one family in Christ; Happy Thanksgiving!
What do George Washington, dragons, and Minecraft have in common? Thanksgiving, apparently! When Pastor Gary sat down with some kids to find out what they thought about the holiday, there were some wild answers... and also refreshing truth.
A problem that plagued Israel throughout their history was idolatry. Idolatry is the worship of man-made, hand-carved objects of wood and stone instead of the true and living God. It seems so primitive and senseless to us that people would actually bow down to and worship inanimate objects. Truth is, you don’t have to carve, pray to, or worship something for it to become an idol. Anything that compromises our devotion to God or competes with our affection for God is potentially an idol. An idol is not always something bad itself; it can be a regular thing that becomes an ultimate thing in our lives which we serve with our time, energy, and money. Are there idols in your life that you have elevated above God? Are there things, people, or practices that have stolen your heart and rob God of the glory He is due? Follow along in today’s study with Pastor Gary from Jeremiah 10.
On Wednesday, these parents stepped forward to dedicate their little ones to the Lord! In doing so, they have declared their decision to raise their families in the truth of His word. Let's life these families and their (really cute!) babies in prayer, to ask for His guiding hand on their lives.
“His kindness, his justice, his righteousness all converged on the cross 2000 years ago.” And THAT is what we should be boasting about!
Whenever someone begins a sentence with, “I don’t mean to brag, but..,” you'd better get ready for some bragging! People often have the tendency to talk about themselves—who they are, what they’ve accomplished, how successful they’ve become, etc. But we often forget that the Bible teaches that everything we have, everything we are, and everything we’ve accomplished is from the gracious hand of the Lord! In today’s study from Jeremiah 9, Pastor Gary reminds us that if we are going to boast, boast about the Lord. Brag about who He is—that He exercises kindness, justice, and righteousness in the earth; that He is personable and knowable; that He is a good God who loves us and rescues us from sin and death.
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