At Cornerstone MCC, we are living and sharing God's love in Christ for all by practicing radical hospitality, passionate worship, intentional discipleship, risk-taking outreach and service, and extravagant generosity.
Love is our core value.
You’re Making Me Crazy
Is someone making you crazy? Beginning Sunday, October 16 we’ll begin a new four week series of talks titled, “You’re Making Me Crazy: Staying Sane When People Make You Crazy.” The series will highlight practical ways to navigate the unavoidable people in your life that seem to be making you crazy. Mark your calendar today and do someone a favor and invite them to this valuable series.
We are centrally located near downtown, in beautiful Oakleigh Historic District at 1007 - 1009 Government Street and the corner of Chatham Street.
Our Sunday service begins at 10:45am. Arriving a little early (on Sunday) will help with a parking place and you'll have time to visit our Welcome Center and take a guided tour of our campus.
What to wear is the most popular question. And the answer is as unique as you! You can dress comfortable in God's house or you wear your Sunday best. We dress in many ways in MCC.
We are unable to offer Sunday School at this time due to a lack of teachers and aides.
You can expect to meet a lot of friendly people who are sharing their spiritual journey together. We are a Christian church for all people, and we are predominantly LGBTQ. You will experience lively worship with both traditional and contemporary music. We utilize PowerPoint for every aspect of the service so you will have the information needed to fully participate in the service which is between one and one and a half hour long.
To meet our Pastor, click here.
Sunday, 10:45am (CST)
Note: Having problems viewing our Sermons, go to the "Sermons" button to the left.
“Our worship is a celebration. Our message is transformation. And the people of MCC will multiply because we are a people who say 'Yes' to the call of Jesus. Come, be healed, be whole, and be in your community, sharing your stories, as a witness to the incredible love of God.”
Reverend Rachelle Brown, Interim Moderator
Metropolitan Community Churches