Our Missions Program provides Cornerstone students opportunities for a variety of “giving” and “help” to the local and international community. Each grade level supports different philanthropies, so that as students progress from grade to grade, they obtain an awareness of Christian service and develop a giving spirit.
| The following is a list of service opportunities by grade |
Kindergarten and First Grade
Ivy Hall Assisted Living Home: Kindergarten class hosts the men and women for teddy bear brunch and spring fling. 1st Grade class visits the Ivy Hall to host activities with residents such as bingo and Wii tournaments.
Peachtree Corners Baptist Church: Visits to PCBC to serve as Pastor’s Pals
Norcross Cooperative Ministry: Monthly service in a food, clothing, pantry, toy drive, canned food drive, book drive at Cornerstone to give to the Co op.
Sheltering Arms Daycare: Monthly visit to the daycare to work with a ‘buddy’…..read to them, do special holiday activities, etc.
Various Community Service Projects and Support of International Missions. Chapel love offerings support missions, such as Crabtree family in Montana and international missions, etc.
"The most important thing about CCA is that it helps me learn. It has wonderful teachers from Mrs. Ostrowski to Mrs. Davis. Every day we have math. Sometimes it is as hard as trying to break a pencil and sometimes it is as easy as stepping on the floor. On Thursday, we go to chapel and sing praises to God and we sound louder than the Liberty Bell. But the most important thing about CCA is that it helps me learn."
-Isaac, 2nd Grader