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Service Times

Sunday morning services start at
9 & 11 a.m.
Live Online Experience at
11 a.m.
See below for Hispanic Ministry details.

Kids Racing

Revolve Kids

Revolve Kids classes (Infant - 4th grade) meet Sunday mornings together at 11 a.m.

Legs in Jeans

Revolve Youth

Revolve Youth (For Middle School & High School Students) is meeting Wednesday evenings
7-8:15 p.m. in the Chapel!

They also meet on Sundays after worship in Room 4.

Group Meeting

Small Groups

Weekly Small Groups meet at different times and places around our community.

What We Believe

Cornerstone Chapel is affiliated with The Foursquare denomination. For more information about the Foursquare Church, click here, or for What we Believe, click here.

Our Mission

Helping people, Know God, Grow in Faith & Go Make a Difference!

Our Focus

We Know God through life-giving Worship Services!

We Grow in Faith through life-changing Small Groups!

We Go Make a Difference through life-fulfilling Dream Teams!

Our Bottom Line

Building people for life!

Hispanic Ministy

We have a Hispanic group that meets every Sunday at
12:30 pm after service in Room 4.
For more information, contact Angela Sullivan


Pastors: Mark Giaimo, Deb Giaimo, Mike Gardiner and Melanie Gardiner

Council: Cy McFarlin, Tim Davison, Joe Sullivan, Dave Sustar, Kris Taylor and Bob Theis.

Elders: Ron Bell,  Dan Bertsch, Wayne Bowman, Mike Brooker, Mark Loomis, and Rich Kassouf.

Denomination: International Church of the Foursquare Gospel ICFG


Cornerstone Chapel was started by founding pastors Jeff and Mary Jane Kolodziej in May of 1985 with 17 people at the Medina High School and led faithfully for 30 years.


With a vision for upreach (worship), inreach (discipleship), and outreach (evangelism), the church grew. In 1991 its current property on Granger Rd. was purchased and construction began on building a new church facility.


Through the years, the church continued to grow with many new families coming to Christ which led to several building expansions.


However, more importantly than the building of buildings was our mission to build people, which became Cornerstone's mantra, “we’re building people for life."


A cornerstone is a very important foundation stone, on which everything else is built. The Bible says that Jesus is our Cornerstone. Cornerstone Chapel in Medina, began being built on Christ and will continue to be built on Him. We’re thankful for our church’s history, its legacy, and the lives that are being changed for eternity.


Cornerstone Chapel is Jesus’ church. We belong to Him, and we exist to glorify Him as we look forward to our future.

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