The Church of Christ the Cornerstone

Welcome to the Church of Christ the Cornerstone where five denominations work together, sharing the same space and a commitment to serve the people of Milton Keynes. We are a diverse community discovering and growing in the Christian faith. We experience God’s love and are challenged to live that love and share it with the wider community.
The Church and Chapel are usually open seven days a week for private prayer and public worship.

Harvest Giving – 2021

This HARVEST FESTIVAL you will have an opportunity to give a HARVEST THANKSGIVING GIFT.
This is a special donation towards our mission of HOPE.
Click on the blue heading above to read all the details.

Cornerstone News – Update

Update: October 2021 Sunday worship at Cornerstone The Cornerstone church building is now open for congregational services, since Pentecost  (Sunday, 23 May 2021). The Sunday morning services are live streamed from the church, with contact details posted on this website. Vigil Mass is celebrated on Saturdays at 5.30 pm. On the second Sunday of the month...

Morning Prayer Wednesday, 27 October 2021

Good morning good friends, we have the gift of another day, our last Wednesday in British Summer Time. Let us spend some time of quiet and reflection together. How long will you forget me, O Lord; for ever? How long will you hide your face from me? How long shall I have anguish in my soul...

Morning Prayer Tuesday, 26 October 2021

REEL by Barbara Crooker Maybe night is about to come calling, but right now the sun is still high in the sky. It’s half-past October, the woods are on fire, blue skies stretch all the way to heaven. Of course, we know that winter is coming, its thin winding sheets and its hard narrow bed. But...

Morning Prayer Monday, 25 October 2021

AS I GREW OLDER by Langston Hughes It was a long time ago. I have almost forgotten my dream. But it was there then, In front of me, Bright like a sun– My dream. And then the wall rose, Rose slowly, Slowly, Between me and my dream. Rose until it touched the sky– The wall. Shadow....

Sermon for Sunday, 17 October 2021

Mark 10: 35–45 By Revd Paul Le Sueur I invite you to think back on your life to recall if there has ever been a time when you have really struggled to master something. For some people, learning to swim or to cycle or to dance comes really easily, but for others, no matter how patient the instructor...