Cornerstone HOMEGroups

Here at Cornerstone we believe in the importance of gathering together in a multigenerational and multi-ethnic way that represents the global church and Kingdom of God. We believe that believers should be gathering to exhort one another, to stir up one another, to serve one another, and to be studying God's Word together. We have several opportunities to do so here at Cornerstone. Two of the main ways is through our scheduled Bible studies or Home Groups. Below you will see a list of HomeGroups that we have available for you to be a part of. 

Ashe's HomeGroup

The Ashe's HomeGroup meets every Monday night at 6PM at the Hooper's house in north Dover. They are currently going through the book of Genesis. Children are welcome :)

Clark's HomeGroup

The Clark's HomeGroup meets every other Tuesday at the Clark's house in Smyrna. They are studying the book of Philippians. All are welcome, including children. Please note: This HomeGroup is currently taking a break. 

Aubrey's HomeGroup

Pastor Dave host's a HomeGroup at the Kramer home in Magnolia that meets every other Thursday night. They are currently going through the letter of Hebrews. Children are welcome and are a part of the evening. 


Melnick's HomeGroup

The Melnick's HomeGroup meets the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month and they are currently studying "The Unsaved Christian: Reaching Cultural Christianity with the Gospel" by Dean Inserra.

Please note: this group is currently FULL.

Edillon's HomeGroup

The Edillon's HomeGroup meets in Magnolia every Friday night. They are currently studying "Drive-Thru History: The Gospels - the Extraordinary Life of Jesus of Nazareth" by Dave Stotts. Children are welcome.

Harvath's HomeGroup

The Harvath's host their HomeGroup in Smyrna every other Friday night. They are currently studying the book of Revelation. Children are welcome. 

kielblock's homegroup

The Kielblocks host their HomeGroup at their home in Felton on Tuesdays at 6:30pm. They are studying the gospel of John. Children are welcome.