Cornerstone is a faith community that seeks to create an environment where people are encouraged to discover, know and share the heart of God and to partner with what God is doing in our world.
The Sunday services are inviting, practical and spiritual; the music is topical and led by talented musicians, with a blend of traditional and contemporary songs.
The sermons focus on practical Christianity with an emphasis on service to the community.
In 1874, a group of pioneer families petitioned Presbytery for a new church in a budding community north of Toronto. It was to be called Woodbridge Presbyterian Church. The church building was completed in short order and stands to this day at the corner of Kipling and Woodbridge Avenue.
This venerable church served the congregation for over 140 years. In 2005, because of the demands of a growing congregation, a new larger and better equipped facility was built and renamed Cornerstone Community Church. Reverend Rick Manafo with the continued and much appreciated assistance of Dr. David Sherbino along with committed elders and staff provide leadership to the congregation.