Sunday, March 31st, 2013
Remember and celebrate the events of the Cross and the Resurrection with us!
4:00 PM – First Service
5:40 PM – Community and All Church Dinner
7:00 PM – Second Service
Sunday, February 24th, 2013
The Annual Cornerstone Quarter Cookout – one of our main, organized evangelistic pushes. March 16th, 2013, started at 12pm and ending around 6pm.
Thursday, January 31st, 2013
From time to time, pastor Eric has the privilege of contributing Biblically grounded articles to the growing theological collection on The Cripplegate. This article addresses from the Scriptures both the urgency, as well as the need to cautiously and carefully raise up qualified leaders within the local church. In doing so, it lays out 6 principles from the Bible for selecting qualified leadership.
You may be a ways out from ordaining elders, but your ministry still needs some sort of grid to recognize and launch godly leaders along the way, whether they pursue eldership or not. The local church needs budding Nehemiah’s and Timothy’s as its backbone and strength. I think one of the major reasons for church-plant failures and unhealthy local churches is due to a failure to intentionally raise up and launch men at various points in their spiritual growth specifically for leadership, and not exclusively for eldership.
Sunday, January 27th, 2013
March 3rd, 9:30am-11:30am
This is an exciting new time of growth for Cornerstone ladies, church wide, to come together for fellowship, teaching and application as we look at how to deal biblically with problems women face. We will meet every first Sunday of the month at Ashley Merritt’s home (199 E. Pearl Apt #202 right across from the Town Hall. Park on Pearl or Willow). Light Breakfast provided. Check this website or contact Melissa Johnson for more information (406) 939-3204.
Sunday, January 27th, 2013
Thursday Mornings, 6:30am-8:00am
All Cornerstone men are welcome! We meet at 355 W. Deloney Avenue, Unit B-14. Contact Ben Stanley, Jason Worrell or Steve Elliot if you need directions or more information.
Friday, January 4th, 2013
Cornerstone Men’s Winter Retreat at Old Faithful Christian Ranch, with Teton Valley Bible Church
January 18-20 (Friday evening through Sunday morning)
Contact Matt Mumma for more information.
Thursday, January 3rd, 2013
Cornerstone will once again be making our membership course, “Why We Do, What We Do, the Way We Do It,” available to anyone interested in Cornerstone’s Theology, philosophy, and methodology of ministry. The class will begin on January 13, 2013, and will meet every week until the class’s conclusion.
Please note, we ask that anyone desiring to Biblically unite with our church body through membership attend and participate in this course.
Sunday, December 16th, 2012
As you all have heard, the Lord saw it best to take His beloved child Nick Izard home to be with Him. We rejoice knowing that Nick will spend eternity with Christ, and that those who know the Lord will one day see him again.
The following obituary was published recently by Valley Mortuary in Jackson:
Nicholas Izard, resident of Jackson, Wyoming, passed away at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center on Friday, December 14, 2012. His life ended the way he lived it every day: in a flash, holding his wife’s hand.
Nick was born on October 14, 1980, in La Crosse, Wisconsin, the first-born son of Lee and Ann Izard. He lived in many beautiful places such as Colorado, Alaska, Arizona, and Mississippi, where he met his life-long sweetheart, Sasha. They then moved out west to Idaho and Wyoming, where they married in 2007 and began their family in 2008. He gave his life to Christ in 2009 and became a member of Cornerstone Church in Wilson.
Nick was passionate about everything. He threw himself into loving God and others, he was a devoted family man, and he was an extreme outdoorsman who enjoyed soccer, kayaking, climbing, fishing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, and game to try anything once. He was either about to embark on an adventure, on an adventure, or just returning from an adventure. Nick was a warm, compassionate, outgoing man with a terrific sense of humor and was always willing to give selflessly to others.
Nick is survived by his wife, Sasha Izard, of Jackson, Wyoming; his daughter Cheyanne Izard, of Jackson, Wyoming; his parents Lee and Ann Izard, of Jackson, Wyoming; his brother Adam Izard, of Breckenridge, Colorado, and his brother Brian, of Jackson, Wyoming, and a host of friends and family from coast to coast. He is predeceased by his grandmother, Charlotte Izard, of Sparta, Wisconsin.
Nick’s memorial was held on December 19, 2012, at Craig Thomas Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park, a place that was very close to his heart because he worked and played there.
As a church family, we mourn with Nick’s family and we desire to come alongside Sasha, Cheyanne, his parents, and his brothers, to help them in tangible ways. Many of you are already helping in multiple ways and we are so thankful. Please continue to show your love and support by being available to help. There will be many more opportunities in the near future.
One way as a church family that we desire to show our love and support is by helping to provide for Sasha and Cheyanne by collecting a love offering for them. There are three ways that you will be able to participate:
Sunday, December 16th, 2012
Join us on Monday evening as we gather for fellowship around the story of the miraculous birth of God the Son, Jesus the Messiah. We’ll examine and come under the authority of God’s Word as we look at how Jesus faithfully seeks people in desperate need of a savior. And we’ll sing about it too!
The Christmas Eve Service will start at 5:30 at the Old Wilson Schoolhouse Community Center. Feel free to bring the entire family (child care will be provided).
Friday, November 16th, 2012
We’re happy to announce our annual women’s Christmas Tea at the Old Wilson Schoolhouse. It should be another great time of celebration, fellowship, encouragement, and delving in to the Word. Invite a friend or three!
Please RSVP to Melissa Johnson by November 26th.
(Note: No child care will be provided at the schoolhouse, so please make arrangements ahead of time.)