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About Us

Cornerstone is a friendly, culturally-diverse community of Bible-believing Christians.  It started holding services in Erskine Park NSW in February 2000 with assistance from Emmanuel Baptist, Glenwood, and Grace Baptist, Seven Hills.

Service times:  10am and 6pm

In addition to the Sunday services, Cornerstone runs vibrant Sunday school classes, Bible studies, and special functions for young adult’s, men’s and women’s groups.  It also serves the local community by providing Scripture teachers for local schools.

Cornerstone meets at the James Erskine Public School, Peppertree Drive, Erskine Park NSW.  Entrance to the carpark is through the green gate.

For further information on the church, check out our message, our history, our style, our leadership, our beliefs, and our connections.

Our message

Cornerstone worships and adores the living, triune God — one God in three persons:  Father, Son and Holy Spirit — the creator of heaven and earth.  The Bible reveals Him to be holy and glorious.  “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; the whole earth is full of His glory!”  (Isaiah 6.3) In contrast, …

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Our history

Cornerstone Baptist held its inaugural worship service in Erskine Park on 20 February 2000.  Today, Cornerstone enjoys a reputation for being a friendly church that loves God and believes the Bible. The idea to start a church in Erskine Park originated in 1999 during a conversation between Darryl Kilker, then pastor of Grace Baptist Church …

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Our style

We understand that it can be daunting to come to a church for the first time.  What should you wear?  What will the music be like?  Will people be friendly? It is only fair that you know what to expect when you come to Cornerstone. As you enter into the hall at James Erskine Public …

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Our leadership

Cornerstone’s leadership structure is patterned after the New Testament.  We acknowledge Jesus Christ as the head of the church.  Accordingly, our congregation depends on His guidance in appointing elders and deacons.  The elders (also called pastors) are responsible under Jesus to feed and lead the church.  The deacons are responsible to serve the congregation so …

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Our beliefs

Cornerstone Baptist Church stands for the historic faith founded in our Lord Jesus Christ and in His inerrant, authoritative Word (the Bible).  Below is a detailed summary of our beliefs. I.          Concerning the Scripture We believe the sixty-six Books of the Old and New Testaments, as originally written, were verbally inspired of God and therefore, …

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Our connections

Cornerstone is affiliated with the Australian Fellowship of Bible-believing Churches (AFBC).  The AFBC is a Commonwealth-recognised denomination that exists for the purpose of networking Bible-believing ministries and providing a forum for fellowship.  The AFBC exercises no control over its member churches. Cornerstone Baptist Church was planted through a partnership between Grace Baptist Church, Emmanuel Baptist …

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