Communion, also called the Lord's Supper, is a biblically commanded memorial instituted to remind the church of the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. The bread and cup are symbols of His body and blood given for our salvation. It is an opportunity for personal examination and reflection as we remember the death of our Savior, Jesus Christ until His return. At Cornerstone, we believe that communion is a biblical mandate from Christ to His church and is only to be observed by those who have received salvation through His blood sacrifice. In the following example of the New Testament church, communion is offered at each of our weekly gatherings. (Luke 22:14-23; Acts 20:7; 1 Corinthians 11:17-34)


We believe that the Bible provides a consistent pattern of how a person comes to salvation. That includes baptism by immersion with belief, repentances, faith, and confession. We emphasize the importance of baptism because of this pattern in the New Testament. As a church, we are called to be true to God's Word. Therefore we ask that anyone who would join our church membership should be baptized by immersion if they have not already been baptized. We also believe salvation is a transaction between God and a sinner who repents. (John 3:16; Acts 2:38; Romans 6:1-4, 10:9)