Our Adult Sunday school begins at 11AM and any age is welcome to attend. The focus of this hour is to study God’s Word in a more relaxed, “classroom” type atmosphere where the Bible is taught and questions may be asked. You can listen to our previous Adult Sunday School sessions by clicking on this link: Adult Sunday School Online
Children’s Sunday School
Our Children’s Sunday school (ages 3-12) begins at 11AM. The hour typically includes a Bible lesson, craft time, singing, and a take-home lesson.
Cornerstone Bible Baptist Church has members that go to the Spectrum, located in Belfast, twice a week to teach and preach the Word of God, sing hymns, and play piano for the residents. It is a blessing to invest in the lives of those at the Spectrum and bring church to them. This is a special and much needed ministry.
Visitation & Outreach
We meet several Saturdays a month to reach out to our community with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Typically we spend an hour or two distributing John & Romans, gospel tracts and talking with, and investing in the lives of, our neighbors.
At Cornerstone Bible Baptist Church we believe in fulfilling the great commision that the Lord Jesus gave to the church to “go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.. Teaching them to observe all things what so ever I have commanded you…” (Matt.28:19-20). We financially and prayerfully support both local and foreign missionaries.
Missionaries We Support
The McFarlands, Oxford, Maine
“God is faithfully providing everything we need at the right time!
We received our occupancy permit and are in the process of moving in and finishing up trim work on the building.”
The McTagues are currently back from Tibet and are missionaries to a refugee camp in the Toronto, Ontario area. They continue to minister to displaced Tibetans there and continue to return quarterly to Tibet to minister there. You can connect with them on Facebook via username CoryApril McTague.
Cal and Melba Fuller, Church Planters
The Fullers have been planting churches in Maine and elsewhere in New England for several years. They founded Winning New England for Eternity, in 2005, assisting struggling churches by providing an interim pastorship, helping pastors find churches, and preaching at conferences and special services. You can connect with them at http://www.vbcnh.org
The Williams Family, THAILAND and Burma
Greetings! We’re the Williams Family, Independent Baptist church planting missionaries sent out of Lehigh Valley Baptist Church in Emmaus, PA.
Nathaniel (Nat), February 1st, 1978
Anne, February 1st, 1983
Paul, September 6th, 2012
Ellen, May 5th, 2014
Rachel, December 12th, 2017
Anniversary July 10, 2010
In 2003, God called me (Nat) to give my life to proclaim the Gospel, specifically on the foreign mission field. Since that time, He has been redirecting my understanding of missions to conform to the pattern of Scripture.
The Lord gave Anne 15 months of on-the-ground training in Thailand, as she assisted missionaries with publication and printing needs. It was through one of these projects for Thailand that God connected our paths together.
After much exposure to the needs in Thailand, Southeast Asia, God has directed our focus toward the people groups of Burma. Through the ministry of our home church, the Lord has prepared us for evangelism, discipleship and church planting overseas. We are now being sent out of Lehigh Valley Baptist Church, as ambassadors to Burma and Thailand. Please visit our website for the latest information about the Williams mission at: http://www.williamswitness.com
The Fillions, Coaticook, Canada
God burdened our hearts to start an Independent Fundamental Baptist Church in the city of Coaticook, Québec, Canada. The town has witnessed a Baptist influence in the past, but now the only testimonies left are the empty old churches located in the town and the neighboring villages.
With God’s help, we plan to bring the glorious saving gospel of Jesus Christ to this needy town. Our plan is to be fully supported by July of 2017 and start ministering in Coaticook in August. We already have several places that would be perfect for a church building, and we are praying that God will clearly show where He wants this building to be. You can connect with the Fillions at https://www.fillionsatcoaticook.com
Brother Mike Saunders, Tomball, Texas
Brother Mike Saunders runs the Veterans For Christ ministry, out of Shadyacres Baptist Church, which brings the Bible Baptist message to returning veterans in need of spiritual guidance. You can connect with Brother Mike at
Billy, Julie and Madison Ford have been missionaries to the Tohono O’oDHAM people at villages in the Arizona City area of Arizona. Here are some excerpts from their February 2018 newsletter:
Dear Praying Friends and Faithful Supporters,
With each passing season, we find that we have more and more to learn about the people God has called us to serve , their culture, traditions,
and beliefs just to name a few. This past holiday season presented many “firsts” for our family in learning about how the O’odham observe both Thanksgiving and Christmas. With the coming of the Holiday season Julie and I began to question our kids and adults about how their families celebrated Thanksgiving and Christmas? Due to the level of poverty
that our Bible Club members live in, we felt there would be very little for each occasion. But to our surprise we were told that most do not
celebrate either holiday. We further learned that they did not truly
understand what each holiday represented, which was even more troubling to us. Once we learned all of this, Julie’s mind was set that they were going to experience a complete Thanksgiving dinner and we were going to give them a traditional Christmas with food and gifts for everyone!
For the month of November, Julie worked with the children and adults during Craft Time on learning about Thanksgiving and being thankful.
One day she asked the simple question: What are you thankful for?
The question was confusing to both kids and adults as they didn’t know they were supposed to be thankful for anything and who to be thankful to. Once Julie explained James 1:17 ” Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above” their wheels started turning. One of the teenagers gave one
of the best answers of “I am thankful for my life, I love my life”. This is a child whose only meal most days comes from school lunch and our Bible Club. In her house the family does not gather around for the Thanksgiving meal and there is not a Christmas tree. But she is thankful for her life.
If Christmas didn’t involve gifts, decorations, and all the festivities,
could you list your life as something to be thankful for? I can truly say our experiences during the holiday season has reshaped our how we will celebrate both holidays.