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First Baptisms at Cornerstone

New day; new life Baptism is a public declaration of faith and symbolises a rebirth. After holding services in John Hampden School for over 3 years Cornerstone celebrated its first baptisms on Sunday 4th of March 2012.

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Christmas Lights 2011

Pastor Paddy lights up Christmas Crowds gathered on the 3rd of December 2011 to catch a glimpse of santa and Eastenders Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) as well as take in local entertainment and watch Thame’s lights being turned on.

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Cornerstone team members with the rubbish collected

Community Clean Up

Love Thame – A Community in Action On Saturday 20th of March Thame Churches are joining together to carry out a number of projects in the local community. The Community Action Day is being organised by Thame Churches United and signifies the launch of a week-long series of events throughout the town.

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Major Children’s Event Shines a Light on Thame

Hundreds of children flooded into Thame showground this week for the launch of the very first Lighthouse Thame. This major summer children’s event, organised by over a dozen local churches, was open to all ages and free to attend. Nearly 400 children and hundreds of volunteers packed the Big Top at the start of the […]

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Mayor Encourages Church in Litter Pick Up

Following a recent Sunday service, attended by newly re-appointed Mayor of Thame Don Butler, members of Cornerstone, part of Long Crendon Baptist Church (LCBC), hit the streets on a mission to clean up the litter. When asked in the service what he thought about being the Mayor, Don Butler answered, “It’s wonderful as you get […]

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Official Launch

Cornerstone Thame went public over the Easter weekend 2008, the earliest Easter since 1913 and probably one of the coldest on record. Dozens of children still turned out to a party on the Saturday 22 March at John Hampden School, encouraged along to the celebrations held in the school’s Vernon Hall after a face painting […]

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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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