Cornerstone Trinity Baptist Church

Cornerstone Trinity welcomes all people to come and learn the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our church is focused on serving God and one another so that God's love and the message of salvation will be made known to all people.

We hope you will join us for worship services. All who attend Cornerstone Trinity are encouraged to join ministries and share in fellowship with one another. A dedicated staff is in place to guide, assist, organize, and lead.

Operating as usual


In the midst of this pandemic, God continually calls us to serve with compassion. One way to show God's love is by providing new 🎒 filled with🖍 📒✂️📝 📏 for underprivileged students. We are hosting a virtual backpack drive through Aug 8th...Shopping list below along with dropoff dates & times and don't forget to include an encouraging note for the child! For more information, email [email protected]


Are you a recent high school senior graduate, in college, or a recent college graduate? Join our College Department in a 3 day series with Pastor Steve Wong. For more information or to sign up to receive a zoom link, please email [email protected].

[06/28/20]   Congrats to the graduating Senior Class of 2020! You’ve done it!

We are so proud of you and excited to see what God has in store for each one of you. Here’s a little something the Youth Leaders created. Enjoy!


So thankful for the ability to connect virtually last night as a church community with CTX to remember what Christ did for us on Good Friday. As we continue to reflect today during Holy Saturday, we are excited to come together again tomorrow to CELEBRATE His resurrection!

Join us for our Easter Worship Service & Prayer tomorrow at 10am via Zoom livestream. If you haven't received the links yet, please contact us via [email protected] and we will send it to you! 03/14/2020

Cornerstone Trinity Baptist Church

Hi Church Family!

Hoping and praying all is well with you and your family during this unusual time in our world. I know things seem a bit out of place, and our regular lives will be impacted for the unknown future. Schools are closed, people may be working from home, and we are practicing social distancing. But even in times such as this, I remain confident that our MIGHTY SAVIOR is near and at work! While we are not meeting together for worship, it does NOT mean that God and its church are dead. If fact, we are given this opportunity, in times where things seem dim, to be a light and to glorify His name. Proximity may separate us, but nothing can separate us from the LOVE of GOD.

And so, during this time, while we are not meeting, we believe it is crucial for the body to continue to be connected and meet. For more information regarding upcoming sermons, please visit our church website at

Let's not waste this time while we are away from one another. Let us take up the call as followers of Christ, to be in prayer and worship God now more than ever! To hear His call and purpose for the church during this difficult time! Where is God leading us church?

Be on the lookout also for future communication and updates from us on how we all can stay connected to each other and to God! If anyone of you or anyone you know, experiences hardship and sickness during this time, feel free to share with the leadership so we can pray for and look for ways to assist and help! May God bless and bring peace to you and your family! We miss you!

Pastor Clifton

[03/11/20]   Dear Congregation,

I keep you in my prayers. When we did not meet this past Sunday at our campuses, my day felt a lot different, and I am sure that many of you felt the same way. I am also sure that while we are not able to meet, I am also confident of Paul’s words in 2 Corinthians 4:17–18 (ESV) : 17For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison, 18as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. For the things that are seen are transient, but the things that are unseen are eternal.

I wanted to keep you updated regarding some measures that we have implemented going forward:

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, please contact your primary care physician. It is better to be safe as seasonal flu has also been on the rise.

Also, if you receive a positive diagnosis of COVID-19, public health agencies will automatically be contacted, and CTBC will cooperate if we are contacted to discover potential exposure. We will do our best to handle this information discreetly. However, please also keep in mind that our concern is for our corporate health as well, and we will communicate with the congregation any necessary information if there has been possible exposure. Similarly, there is no shame or stigma for any diagnosis. These things are simply out of our control. Let us also remember that in times past, including in the Roman Empire, Christians were known for ministering the best to the sick and marginalized.

When we resume services, and you feel sick, please self quarantine and consult with your physician as needed. We continue to emphasize the necessary precautions of washing your hands, avoiding touching your face, coughing and sneezing into your arm, using tissue and discarding it.

At Teresita Campus, we have purchased and installed hand sanitizer stations in the Fellowship Hall, Children’s Hall, and the foyer in front of the sanctuary.

At Teresita campus, when we resume worship services, we will not be passing the tithing baskets around. The ushers will receive tithing and offerings after worship.

For Teresita campus, when we resume worship services, we will also not be passing communion plates. We will invite those who take it to come to the plates. We have also ordered individually wrapped wafers and cups.

Our Pastoral Staff, Board of Elders, and Directors will be meeting again to discuss further emergency protocols as recommended by the CDC.

For next week’s messages, we also plan on making those available via various internet platforms. We will keep you informed.


Rev. Kevin Wong

[03/07/20]   On Behalf of Reverend Kevin Wong:

Dear Congregation,

"I do not cease to give thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers, that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give you the Spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of him." - Eph 3:16-17 (ESV)

I write to you out of a spirit of care and concern. May God’s spirit of peace be with you.

As you may have heard earlier this week, Cornerstone Trinity has been monitoring the situation regarding COVID-19 and its spread in the Bay Area. We have been advising our church members to remember the safe practices of washing hands, remaining home when sick, and covering coughs and sneezes.

In light of the city of San Francisco Public Health Department’s recommendation to cancel non-essential community gatherings for two weeks, and in light of the information we have regarding the spread of COVID-19, the Pastors, Board of Elders and Directors have made a collective decision to cancel all church events (fellowships, Sunday school classes, worship services, ministry gatherings, etc.) at Cornerstone Trinity campuses beginning tomorrow, Sunday March 8th through Sunday, March 15th.

We decided this to protect our congregation, our surrounding vulnerable populations, and our loved ones. We also value being good citizens and want to model care for our neighbor not only within our church but to society at large.

More information will follow regarding access to sermons, various ministries meetings and logistics, and future decisions. If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach us at (415) 566-5756 or by email at [email protected].

We will continue to pray for our society and those affected by COVID-19. Finally, we appreciate your patience and care and look forward to our time together in the future.

Reverend Kevin Wong


Week 4 of 4 of “Giving Thanks” - A Season of Gratitude. Thank you to our Ushering and Hostessing, Greeters, Tech, Facilities Set-Up and Lock Up, and CTX Leadership.

“Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

It’s never too late! If you are ever interested in being a part of our church ministry team or interested in joining a small groups or sports ministries, let’s talk!

Have a blessed week! God is good! We are thankful for you!

[11/24/19]   Week 3 of 4 of “Giving Thanks” - A Season of Gratitude. Thank you to our Sports Ministries, Faith in Action, and Gen2Gen Leaders.

Interested in being a part of our church ministry team, let’s talk!

[11/10/19]   Week 2 of 4 of “Giving Thanks” - A Season of Gratitude. Thank you to our Children’s Ministries, including Choir Directors, Friday KC Leaders, VBS Admin Team, and Extended Care Leaders.

“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
Proverbs 22:6

At the end of the month, we will be enjoying a lunch together with CTX and slideshow on Sunday, November 24th, immediately following Sunday Worship.

Lastly, ever interested in being a part of our church ministry team, let’s talk!


Week 1 of 4 of “Giving Thanks” - A Season of Gratitude. Thank you to our Sunday School Teachers, Board of Directors, Board of Elders, Youth Leaders, College Ministries, Young Family Leaders, and AK reps for all your hard work.

We are tremendously grateful to God for the many blessings He has bestowed upon us, even through this difficult season at our church. We will be reflecting on Thanksgiving and acknowledging our appreciation to the different ministries and people that plays a part of our church body.

At the end of the month, we will be enjoying a lunch together with CTX and slideshow on November 24th.

Picture Attached: A Middle school and high school student were partnered this past Saturday and was provided a packet of questions to share about their lives. At the end of the prayer walk/hike to Mt.Davidson, the youth linked together to pray for each other, our leaders and our church.

Lastly, ever interested in being a part of our church ministry team, let’s talk!


Junior Youth Basketball Clinic

Our Junior Youth Basketball Clinic for 3rd-5th graders starts up again this Sunday, Oct 6th! We meet first Sundays of every month from 5:15pm-7:00pm at 501 Cambridge, SF. Cost is $110/participant for 11 sessions through Aug. Bring a basketball, water bottle and completed registration form w/ payment (check, cash, paypal/venmo). Please share with anyone who has an interest in learning and/or improving the basketball fundamentals all while having some fun!



Happy National Grandparents Day! Thank you children’s and youth choir for sharing this beautiful song, “Every Good Thing” with us. Have a good day celebrating and show love to your grandparents!

“Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.” James 1:17


Annual Church Picnic! Thank you to Jennifer Fu and Jennifer Okano for planning a wonderful day for our church, along side with everyone who helped set up, clean up, cook lunch, plan games, sharing, and for everyone who came out. Such an awesome day! God is so good!

Interested in planning our next picnic? Or interested in helping with planning our upcoming events at our church? Please contact us with your email and phone number and will be connect with you.


CTBC x CTX Adult Conference! What a blessing to have this weekend retreat and learn about what it means to pursue a life of love that reflects forgiveness, faithfulness and kindness...not because we expect anything in return but because it is what God has shown to each of us unconditionally. #PursuingGodsHeart


Come out to Good Friday Service and Easter Worship!


Always a joy serving with Cityteam! Even though their Community Outreach with full services couldn't happen today with the recent flooding in their building, God's work still goes on with passing out bagged lunches to nearby SROs and on the streets. Join us for one of our monthly service opportunities...visit to check out our scheduled dates and sign up! #FaithInAction #SharingGodsLove


Youth Fellowship:

Ice Breakers: Everyone in the line was blindfolded and only the last person can see. No noise can be made during the entire time and each team was responsible for looking for different objects in the room and returning those objects to their designated buckets.

Lesson for the day:

Trusting in God’s instructions from the Bible and living the way Jesus lived out His obedience to God is the best way even though may not seem like that at the time.

Trust God will help us when obeying and hollowing is hard.

Trust God cares about us more than we can possibly imagine.

Sharing for the day:
Who or what is sturdy in your life that offers you support in the worst of time?

Have any youth (middle and high school students) looking for a fellowship? We meet on the 2nd Sunday of the month from 12:30-3:00pm and Saturdays right rest of the month from 1-4pm. For more information, please message us and we can provide you with more information.


Happiest of birthdays to our Rev who has the biggest ❤️! Blessed to have you leading our church and for your genuine care for each of us!


Merry Christmas! May God Bless you this season!


Awesome News! Congrats to the three who got baptized today at CTX! Thank you for sharing your stories and how God is alive in each of your lives! God is good! #allthetime #Godisgood #CTX


Foneless Fellowship! We challenged our youth to spend less time on their phones and to spend more time sharing their own stories to others and listening to people’s stories! #1minutechallenge Stay tune for the next time we have fellowship on a Sunday! Regular fellowship next Saturday, 1-4pm. See you there! And don’t forget to sign up for “Gather in Grace,” !


“I’m fully known and loved by You
You won’t let go no matter what I do
And it’s not one or the other
It’s hard truth and ridiculous grace
To be known fully known and loved by You
I’m fully known and loved by You”

Thank you Youth Choir for singing Known (Tauren Wells)!


Congratulations to Jonathan Lee on his Baptism this past Sunday! Thank you for your testimony!


Faith in Action is happening this Saturday afternoon! Join us and see how God can use you to serve the community with love and compassion! Sign up here:


Happy Sunday! Thank you Children’s Choir!


Congratulations to Zachary Hong on his baptism today!


Summer is officially here! Can’t go wrong with a day of bbq and water fight! And if you missed today, don’t worry. We’ll be meeting on Wednesday, July 11th and July 18th from 7pm-930pm at 480 Teresita BLVD. And don’t forget, Youth Camp is July 29th-Aug 4th at Camp Koinonia. Feel free to message us or find any youth leaders at church.


Happy Father's Day to the One above ☝🏽who continues to show us what it means to love! 💞 We had the opportunity to follow His example yesterday by serving 🍝 food, providing 👣 washing and distributing 👕👖to the Tenderloin community. We go out every third Saturday and would love to have you join us! Sign up at #FaithInAction #servewithcompassion


Youth Fellowship at Great America! What an awesome time this past weekend with good weather and short lines! We’ll continue the fun this coming Saturday from 1-4pm at 480 Teresita and we’ll be hosting a Summer Kick Off on June 30th! For more information, contact any youth leader or church. And don’t forget to sign up for Youth Camp in Santa Cruz from July 29th-Aug 4th.


Congrats to our graduating class of 2018! 🎓 Thank you for sharing your story with us this morning on how far God has brought you and where He is leading you next. As a church, we will continue to pray for you and support you in this next chapter of your life. 🙏


Happy Earth Day! #curiodyssey #beachcleanup #earthday #youthfellowship #ctbcyouth


Last Sunday was the launch of Cornerstone Trinity Excelsior- CTX! Excited to see how God will continue to work through this faithful team who were sent out in building a new church community in the Excelsior district! #churchplant #onechurch

BIG THANKS to all who came out to worship with us this past Sunday! This Sunday we got to witness everything come together...a vision from God planted in hearts a couple of years ago, much prayer🙏🏼 and planning, ❤️ of our church who sent and those who made a decision to come. PRAISE GOD for it all. ☝🏼

#church #churchplant #worship @ Fairmount Elementary


Join us as we will be partnering with City Team Ministry San Francisco to serve the homeless - we start up again next Saturday, Apr 21st! Check out for more information and/or to sign up - great opportunity for us to share God's love just as He has shown us! #FaithInAction #thirdSaturdays #servewithcompassion

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Happy National Grandparents Day! Thank you children’s and youth choir for sharing this beautiful song, “Every Good Thing...
Merry Christmas! May God Bless you this season!
“I’m fully known and loved by YouYou won’t let go no matter what I doAnd it’s not one or the otherIt’s hard truth and ri...
Happy Sunday!
If God is for me, who can be against me?
Merry Christmas from all of us to you and your loved ones!
The Gift of Christmas Performance!
Jesus, we are yours. Happy Thanksgiving!
Happy Sunday! Thank you Children’s Choir! The Maker Loves You too!
Thank you Youth Choir. Happy Sunday, stay cool!
Happy Sunday everyone!
We Will not be shaken, we will find rest in Him. Thank you Children's Choir!




480 Teresita Blvd
San Francisco, CA

Opening Hours

Sunday 09:00 - 12:30
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