Happenings for May 17

Cornerstone VBS June 2nd-6th 6pm-8:30pm. 

Rising Pre-K to Rising 6th grade (6th graders can choose to be helpers or participants)
Cost $10 per child ($30 max per family)*
*Registration fee includes dinner, a T shirt, and an incredible experience.  If you have any questions please email cstonevbs@gmail.com

    Register now at Time Lab VBS 2019 | Cornerstone

Registration is currently open as well for volunteer sign ups, see the link below.  We will have volunteer sign ups every Sunday in the Narthex or you are more than welcome to email letting us know if you would like to volunteer.  

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0E45AFA92DA5F94-vacation

THE ABOVE SITE GIVES YOU WAYS OF DONATING NEEDED ITEMS, AND MONETARY GIFTS.

SAFE SANCTUARY CLASS

We are offering a class that trains volunteers in our safe sanctuary policies. Everyone that works with children under the age of 18 needs to take this class. The class will be May 30th at 6:30 pm in room 112. This is especially important for anyone that is working at VBS.

CHILDREN’S MINISTRY

Children’s Church will be at both the 9am and 11am services on May 19, and 26th.

OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD

It’s never too early to collect for Operation Christmas Child!  Our church will take donations with a different item each month. For the month of May, we will collect toys for boys, such as balls, hot wheel cars, legos, etc.  The donations will be used at the packing party in November. There is a collection basket located in the narthex. Any questions, please contact Katie Brown at 678-876-6670 or mkbrown864@gmail.com.

CKPK SUMMER CAMP

Cornerstone Kids will offer two summer camps this year for children ages 2 thru rising first grade. The cost for the camp is $100 per student per week. Campers will rotate through a variety of hands on learning activities and art activities as well as play-time and snack-time. Camp fees will be due at the time of registration. You may download the registration form from the website www.kids.cornerstoneumc.org or pick one up from the preschool office. Spaces are limited.  CKPK Summer Camp runs M-F, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, June 17-21 (Zoo) and July 22-26 (Fairy Tales).

AARP Drivers Class

If you took the AARP class in 2016, it is time to take it again. There will be a class on May 30th from 9:30-4:00.  We will have 30 minutes for lunch so be sure and bring your lunch. The cost for AARP members (bring your card) is $15 and $20 for non-members. Please have the correct change, checks are accepted. Check with your insurance company to make sure you will get credit for taking the class. Looking forward to seeing a large group. If you are interested, call Judy Burtz at 770-251-1290 or email her at nannyb@numail.org to get your name on the list. May 25th is the deadline to register.

PSALTER READERS

Each Sunday at the 11 am service we have a Psalter reading. If you would like to be a part of the service as a reader there is a sign up sheet in the Narthex.


UPCOMING MEETING DATES

May 20 – Lay Leadership Meeting – 6:30 pm – Room 110

May 21 – VBS Meeting – 6 pm – 110

May 21 – Finance Meeting – 6:30 pm – Room 117

May 21 – Ad Council Meeting – 7 pm – Room 117

May 27 – Memorial Day – Office Closed

May 30 – AARP Driving Class – 9:30 am – Room 117

May 30 – VBS Meeting – 6:30 pm – Room 112

June 2- June 6 – VBS Begins – 6 pm to 8:30 pm 

High School Graduates (9 AM)

Carly Schnable

Northgate High School

Georgia Institute of Technology and study Chemistry

Grant Leyton Klone

Northgate High School

University of Georgia to pursue a degree in Engineering.

College Graduates

Ray E Hannah, III  

Graduated from Valdosta State University, 

BA Mass Media Commucations

Kalie Whiddon, 

Graduated from Valdosta State University, 

BSN Nursing school

Name:  Anna Elizabeth Dean

School:  Georgia College and State University

Degree:  BBA, Accounting, Cum Laude

Future Plans:  GCSU Masters of Accountancy Program

Name: Miranda Doyle

Education: Columbus State University

Degree: Exercise Science, BS

Future Plans: Attend graduate school for a masters degree in Exercise Science and Rehabilitation Counseling and getting certified as a personal trainer to work specifically with cancer patients and wounded veterans.