And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments depend all the Law and the Prophets."  

Matthew 22:37-40

Women’s Bible Studies



Title: Ruth: loss, love, & legacy

Author: Kelly Minter

Meeting Dates: Wednesdays, July 10 – Aug 21

Time: 9:30-11:30

Please order the books online before the first meeting. 


Description: Many of us struggle through seasons of bitterness, tears, and loss, wondering if there could ever be a happy ending to our stories. The story of Ruth affirms that yes, there is hope. However, it's not found in a happy ending scribed by a novelist’s pen, but in the power and protection of a sovereign God who never takes His eyes off of us for even a moment.  In this 7-session study from Kelly Minter, we'll examine Ruth's journey of unbearable loss, redeeming love, and divine legacy. This study delves into the virtuous character of Ruth, her unique relationship with her mother-in-law Naomi, and her blossoming love with Boaz. If you've ever felt devastated, struggled as a stranger, longed to be loved, or wept along the way, you'll find a loyal sister in Ruth. You can REGISTER HERE

Bibles studies are on-going. Please e-mail womensministries@cornerstonechurch.life if you would like more information on any of these Women's Bible Studies.

College & Career Women’s Study (ages 18-29) that meets regularly on Sunday evenings. 


Purpose: To encourage the chronically ill in our church community with the beauty and comfort of Christ by praying for and making lap-sized quilts for them.

Who: anyone aged 7-99 - Participants under age 16 must have an adult working with them at all times.

When: Meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from 9am-noon.

What: At regular meetings, we will share a devotional, pray for those with medical needs, and work together to make quilts for them. There are many ways people can be involved, and not all require sewing skills. Some ways to help include: managing donations of quilting supplies, shopping for deals on fabric at thrift stores and/or fabric stores, washing and ironing fabric, cutting fabric into kits for assembly, piecing quilt tops by machine, simple machine quilting of quilts, binding of quilts, delivering quilts.

Basic quilting lessons can also be available to those interested in learning how to quilt.

For further information and questions, email here.