Plan on Visiting Cornerstone Church?
Sunday morning worship at Cornerstone begins at 10AM. We're a small church with a casual and relaxed atmosphere where we want you to feel at home. You can expect some good modern music from our band, a practical and biblical message, and friendly faces to greet you. In case you missed your morning coffee, we have a small assortment of pastries, coffee, tea, and other goodies after the service.
Where do you meet, and how do I get there?
Cornerstone Church currently meets in the Lodi Academy school auditorium on the corner of Kettleman and Cherokee Lane in Lodi. You will see several signs along Kettleman Lane pointing you in the right direction, as you get closer. The actual entrance is on Central Ave.
At the entrance of the auditorium you will see a table with someone there to greet you and provide you with a bulletin along with any additional information you need.
What's at the heart of your church?
Cornerstone strives to be a Servant Church, focused on serving Jesus and others; a church that truly represents who Jesus is, what He taught, and what He has accomplished for us in dying on the cross. Jesus said that He didn’t come to be served but to serve, and give His life as a ransom for many.
We want to be selfless in serving Christ and Others. We want to grow together in our knowledge of Him and our walk with Him. Take a look at our purposes and you will see our heart, our mission and our focus!
Get to know us before you arrive...
Coming into a new church can be intimidating. So get to know us a bit before visiting. 😁
Hi! I'm Dawn-Michelle
Ask me about... The time my truck broke down, and I had half a cow of meat in the back
Worst job you ever had: Working the tomato line in the cannery here in Lodi one hot, long summer
Any food dishes from your family or culture that you make? Knepfla, bratwurst, and sauerkraut
Most embarrassing moment: I'll never tell!
If you could choose to do anything for a day, what would it be? So many things to choose from! I'd love a drive through Yosemite in a convertable with my husband or spending all day with my friends, talking, laughing, eating, commiserating. Those would be my top two.
The worst gift you received: When we got married Matthew and I were given a box of old, used junk--rusty screws, tacks, rubber bands, twisties, that sort of thing. The person said it was for our "junk drawer." I really don't need help with that, lol.
Hi! I'm Danny
Ask me about... My Testimony about becoming a Christian!
Any food dishes from your family of culture that you make? Rice & lentils
If you could choose to do anything for a day, what would it be? Watch Anime
What are your hobbies? Travel, photography, guitar, trap & skeet shooting
What is the most daring thing you have done? Told my mom I was a Christian
What was your first job? Wienerschnitzel
Hi! I'm Tina
Ask me about... Mission Trips to Baja
Any unique traditions or cultural practices? Lots of Filipino cultural influences. (I am Filipino but I am not a nurse.)
Favorite childhood memory: First time I experienced snow
Any food dishes from your family or culture that you make? Pancit (Filipino noodle dish), Chicken adobo, Lumpia
What is the most daring thing you have done? Climbing the chichen Itza pyramid in Mexico
Other interesting facts about you: I trained my cat to shake paws, high five me, sit, turn around and to ring a bell