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Growing a big church in Thame

Big and Beautiful!

“I look around and there’s suddenly more people I don’t know, compared to those I do! It’s so exciting!” “Who’s that person there… How long have they been coming?” “I want to invite someone round for dinner, who I don’t know? I’m not sure where to start!” I’m not sure if you’ve said or thought these […]

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What is Alpha?

Ever thought there’s got to be more to life than this? Well, 7 delicious suppers, 6 full large tables of buzzing conversation, 5 amazing testimonies of God alive and well in real life; in all its joys and sorrows. For the people of Thame, run by people from Thame; 3 chocolate fountains, 2 central venues […]

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Ask God One Question

Good, bad, but don’t be indifferent  [one_half] Whether the last year has been good, tough or a mixture of things, it’s hard to start a New Year without a certain degree of optimism. As a Church, we start this year with an outward focus. We want to share the good news that we have in the bible […]

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Walking the walk!

The following poem was written by an unknown author, but the sentiment is definitely shared here at Cornerstone. Why not come along to Cornerstone some Sunday and find out more about why we are getting known for ‘walking the walk’!

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Finding Church in Thame

A warm welcome at Cornerstone Walking in to any new place or situation can be daunting. Tamsyn Wood tells us her story of how she found Cornerstone, not just on the map, but also the welcome she received.

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Big Jubilee, bring and share picnic

On Jubilee weekend Elms Park will once again feature in Thame’s social calendar when 100’s are expected to turn out for an informal picnic in the park. Coordinated by Cornerstone Church, who worship at John Hampden School every Sunday. The picnic is set to start at 1 pm and run to 5 pm on Sunday […]

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Square Mile

If our local church ceased to exist would anyone in our community notice? What real difference would it make to my colleagues or neighbours if I switched jobs or moved away? Square MILE explores the impact God calls us to make in our world – on the immediate square mile around our homes, workplaces and […]

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Wii Wimbledon Tennis Tournament Big Hit in Thame

Wii Champions This is perhaps one time where rain couldn’t stop play, as Thame’s youth gathered at Christchurch Methodist Church for the first ever play off of Wii Wimbledon games. The competition organised by Fusion Youth & Community and Cornerstone, part of Long Crendon Baptist Church (LCBC), was in support of a Christian holiday week […]

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