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We're excited
to meet you.

Finding a church to call home in the city can feel a bit like the Israelites wandering the desert. Even a Google search for a "Sunday morning church service" will still leave you sorting through a bunch of great options.

But since you’re here, we’d love to tell you a little more about us.

About us

CornerstoneSF Mission Campus in San Francisco.

CornerstoneSF is a multi-generational, multi-ethnic, non-denominational Christian church in San Francisco. Hyphens aside, we’re a place where all kinds of people gather to worship Jesus, and learn about Him for 60-ish minutes in a casual, yet sacred space. Our doors are open to everyone, whether you've been going to church since you were five or it’s your first time ever. So no matter which campus you’re at, our mission is the same: Live out our faith in Jesus, and invite others into life with Him.

Locations

Our church has two locations, Mission and Riordan, in San Francisco, so at least you’ve got options in case Sunday morning becomes a struggle. Our Mission campus is—well—in the heart of the Mission, and you’ll find our Riordan campus off of Ocean Avenue right by City College.

And if you happen to be sick, traveling, or not quite ready to visit us in person, check out our live streamed service at 10:30A.

Person at CornerstoneSF Mission campus listening to message.

@ Mission

3459 17th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
SUN 9A, 10:30A, 12P

More info
People praising and worshipping in Church.

@ Riordan

175 Frida Kahlo Way
San Francisco, CA 94112
SUN 11A

more info
Pastor delivering message in Church.

Live Stream

10:30A Every Sunday
Replays Sun 2p - Tues 8p
SUN 10:30A

WATCH

Easter @ Cornerstone

SUN, APR 21, 11A • Riordan

Enjoy worship and a live message from Pastor Terry at 11A at Riordan as our Mission Campus will be hosting our Easter musical.
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What Are services like?

People discussing lesson in Church.

Each Sunday, we work hard to create a casual yet reverent space where you can focus on God. Services last a little over an hour. We start with worship, our pastor preaches from the Bible, and we end with a time of giving and a closing song.

While some might say we have a contemporary church service, we like to think of it as a nice way to worship God and fellowship with others. In fact, someone you meet on a Sunday could become a critical friend on your faith journey, or at the very least, a brunch buddy.

Which Service is best FOR ME?

It mainly depends where you live. Mission works best if you take public transit and live in the north, central, or east part of SF. Riordan is great for those who live on the west or south side.

Congregation at church in San Francisco.

mission sun 9a

  • Least traffic.
  • The most street parking (and meters are free all day).
  • Enjoy the blessing of starting your day in God’s house.
  • Plenty of seating.
  • Just in time for brunch after. ;)
  • Kids Wing is open.

mission sun 10:30a

Riordan sun 11a

  • Fellowship with more families.
  • Plenty of time to get to know people before and after service.
  • In a quieter part of the city.
  • More wheelchair accessible.
  • Kids Wing is open.
  • There’s also a service for Middle school and High School.

mission sun 12P

  • Great for those who aren’t morning people.
  • More time to linger and meet people after.
  • More access to the speaker and pastoral team.
  • The weather is nice and warm by this point.
  • Kids Wing is open.

WHAT IS THE MUSIC LIKE?

Man leading praise and worship at San Francisco Church.

Our band plays Contemporary Christian music with the occasional hymn or applicable mainstream song sprinkled in.

WATCH THE CORNERSTONE BAND

WHAT ARE THE MESSAGES LIKE?

Pastor Terry delivering message to congregation.

Our pastor reads and interprets a section of the Bible, giving us practical application points so we can live out our faith. We’ve also got a handy program (and an app!) to help you follow along and take notes.

WATCH SOME OF OUR MESSAGES

WHAT DO I WEAR?

Man wearing leather jacket in Church.

Whether you’re into sweats, skinny jeans, or a suit and tie, it doesn’t matter.
Just come as you are.

WHAT IF I HAVE KIDS?

Kids at Church doing crafts.

To help us keep our sanctuary distraction-free, we ask that you sit with your child in the Family Room or drop them off in Kids Wing. Oh, and if you’ve got a teen that’s too cool for school, there’s a service for them, too.

WHERE DO I PARK?

Look for our volunteers in bright yellow vests to help you park. One big favor—since time between services is tight, once church ends, please move your car within 20 mins.

View of CornerstoneSF church.

Parking @ Mission

  1. CORNERSTONE GARAGE (ALL SERVICES)
    We like to reserve it for first-time visitors, families with kids, and the elderly. Also, please leave your keys behind if we double park your car.
  2. GUERRERO STREET MEDIAN (SUNDAYS 10:30 AND NOON)
    Use the inside median of Guerrero between 17th and 18th. Cornerstone is not responsible for vehicles left on Guerrero after our services.
  3. BOYS & GIRLS CLUB (SUNDAYS ONLY)
    Enter the lot on 17th after crossing Guerrero (heading away from church).
  4. STREET PARKING
    Metered spots are free on Sundays. But double-check parking signs to avoid any nasty surprises.
People sitting in San Francisco Church.

Parking @ Riordan

  1. CITY COLLEGE PARKING LOT
    Off of Frida Kahlo Way, look for parking attendants to give you a parking pass to put on your dashboard.
  2. RIORDAN PARKING LOT
    Follow Judson Ave. around the school if you're a first-time visitor, a family with kids, or elderly.
  3. STREET PARKING
    There are street parking available on surrounding streets on Frida Kahlo Way, Judson Avenue, Staples Ave. and Greenwood Ave.

WHAT IF I TAKE PUBLIC TRANSIT?

Doors that say "Loved John 3:16"

Public Transit to
Mission campus

BART
16TH ST. MISSION STATION
and a 10-minute walk.

MUNI BUS
16th & Valencia (22 line)
16th & Guerrero (33 line)
are just a few blocks away.

MUNI METRO
Church St. & 18th St. Station (J line)
and a 10-minute walk.

Public transit to
RIORDAN

BART
Balboa Park Station
and a 17-minute walk.

MUNI BUS

Frida Kahlo Way (43 line)
Stops right in front of the school.

MUNI METRO
Ocean Ave & Frida Kahlo Way (
K line)
and a 11-minute walk.

Visit Us Soon

Don’t give up on your search for an evangelical San Francisco church with great worship and Bible-based teachings. We’re here for you whether you want to attend Sunday services, join a group, or get your kids involved. And although we’re told to walk by faith and not by sight, seeing Cornerstone will definitely help you believe.