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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When and where are your services?
  • What can I expect at a weekend service?
  • What do I do with my children during a service?
  • What does your church believe?
  • Do you belong to a denomination?
  • Do you offer interpretation for the deaf?
  • How do I become a member of your church?
  • How can I give to Cornwall?
  • When and where are our services?
    See our section on services

     

    What can I expect at a weekend service?
    Our services are a casual environment open for anyone to attend. When you arrive, parking attendants will direct you to the best spot available. A greeter at the door will offer you a smile and handshake, and you will be handed one of our church bulletins. An usher will be on hand if you’d like help finding a seat.

    The service formats vary from week to week but typically include a mix of modern music, dramatic presentations, multimedia, and a speaker with a message that’s relevant and applicable. We encourage audience participation in singing and following along with the speaker’s notes. We will also collect an offering at some point in the service, but if it is your first visit then please don’t give us any money; we’re just happy to welcome you as our guest!

    What do I do with my children during a service?
    During all services, we offer safe and loving nursery care for infants 0–24 months. We also have a dynamic program for children 2 years to 5th grade. See our Kids Rock page for more info.

    If you decide to keep your child(ren) with you during service, we request that you please take them outside of the auditorium if they begin to fuss or make noise. That will greatly help us to keep distractions to a minimum.

    What does your church believe?
    Even though Cornwall is non-traditional in style, we are deeply committed to the eternal truths of the Bible. Our vision is to become a biblically functioning community of believers who worship God, reach out to people beyond the church, and grow together in our spiritual relationship with God.

    To learn more, see What We Believe and Our Five Purposes.

    Do you belong to a denomination?
    No. We are affiliated with the Church of God in Anderson, Indiana, who considers itself a movement rather than a denomination. Although associated with this movement, we are autonomous, which means the governing power of Cornwall Church rests with its members and leaders.

    Do you offer interpretation for the deaf?
     Yes. We have ASL interpreters during the 4:00 pm Saturday service
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    How do I become a member of your church?
    Here at Cornwall, there is no formal membership. If you know and follow Jesus, you are already a member of God’s church.

    How can I give to Cornwall?
    We collect an offering in each weekend service, in which you may give cash or checks. Giving envelopes are provided in the bulletins so you may receive a statement for tax purposes. You may also give at the church office anytime during business hours (Monday–Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm). Or, you may mail your offering to the church in a giving envelope.