Getting Involved at

Cornerstone Church

We are so glad you are interested in getting involved at Cornerstone Church.  Our ministries exist to help people love God, learn how to live out their faith, and lead their friends to Jesus.

On this page you will find information regarding our honor code, ministry descriptions, policies and procedures, and what your next steps are to move forward.

If at any point you need help or have questions, just let us know by completing the form at the bottom of this page and one of our ministry directors will get back to you promptly.

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Honor Code

As part of our ministries, all team members have a responsibility to develop and exhibit mature Christian behavior. This should be the basic premise of your desire to work in a ministry position here at Cornerstone Church. 

For the sake of unity at Cornerstone Church, people in positions of leadership, those who teach, and all ministry team members are required to uphold the doctrines and position papers of the Assemblies of God.  These include, but are not limited to, the Statement of Fundamental Truths, belief in heterosexual marriage as the Biblical standard, and the sanctity of human life from conception to death. Those who teach otherwise may not participate in leadership or teaching positions, but are welcome to regularly attend Cornerstone Church, as well as participate in its ministries and events.

Our primary goal at Cornerstone Church is to model and teach others how to start and maintain God-pleasing, mutually-beneficial relationships.  None of us are perfect at this, but the Apostle Paul's letters to Timothy and Titus teach us that leaders and teachers need to hold to higher standards.  Other Scriptures, such as James 3:1 caution us that "not many should become teachers, my brothers. knowing that we will receive a stricter judgement".  With these Scriptures in mind we exhort our team members to exemplify the highest moral commitment through maintaining a disciplined life of Bible reading and prayer.   

As leaders, teachers, and team members at Cornerstone Church we know that providing an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and purity is a way of life measured by our character, commitment, and chemistry with others.  Therefore, we exhort our leaders, teachers, and team members, just as Paul did Timothy and Titus to keep themselves pure by not interacting with any material or media that would be contrary to Scripture as pertaining to holiness, righteousness, and their testimony of such to this world.  As Christians, we know that the way we live affects the way others perceive Christ.  Therefore, as a leaders, teachers, and team members at Cornerstone Church, our goal to exemplify the best qualities of a mature believer, so that our conduct and appearance are never an embarrassment to Christ or Cornerstone Church.  We do not see this as an imposition, but as followers of Christ and leaders, teachers, or team members at Cornerstone Church ee serve willingly and joyfully just as the Apostle Peter said we should.

Ministry Descriptions

At Cornerstone Church we are cultivating a culture of involvement, which means that we consistently look for ways to give everyone an opportunity to serve somewhere in the church and community.  

As a growing church it is especially important for everyone to consider how they can pitch in.  In order to help people get involved, we've created a set of ministry descriptions for them to consider.  Please consider this document and let us know what you are interested in learning more about by completing the form at the bottom of this page.


Policies & Procedures

In the sections below we want to highlight our most important policies and procedures.  

If you are interested in serving in children's or student ministries, then please familiarize yourself with the policies and procedures specific to these ministries prior to finishing your ministry application.



Background Checks

Depending on what ministry you are interested in, you may need to agree to a background check.  Everyone who serves in children’s and student ministries must agree to a background check prior to beginning ministry.

If you are interested in serving in children's or student ministries, please complete this form to get your background check started.


Abuse Policy

If in the course of working with people at Cornerstone Church, especially children or students, you learn of physical abuse, sexual abuse, or neglect, you must report such information in accordance with the State of Colorado abuse reporting laws.  If after consulting these laws, you are unsure of how to proceed, contact the Church Office immediately.

Physical and sexual abuse or inappropriate advances of a sexual nature toward children and students are not tolerated at Cornerstone Church of Parker. If you are accused of abusing a child at Cornerstone Church, you will immediately be placed on temporary leave from your ministry position and the appropriate legal authorities will be contacted.  If they determine that the accusations are credible, you will be permanently removed from your ministry position role and/or your church membership will be revoked.


Emergency Procedures

Since most of the children and students who attend Cornerstone Church are a part of Douglas County School District we use the Standard Response Protocol that the DSCD uses.  Our emergency procedures were created by the iloveuguys Foundation.

Please review how we will respond to emergencies prior to beginning your ministry at Cornerstone Church.