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. 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.
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.
Our band plays Contemporary Christian music with the occasional hymn or applicable mainstream song sprinkled in.WATCH THE CORNERSTONE BAND
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
Whether you’re into sweats, skinny jeans, or a suit and tie, it doesn’t matter.
Just come as you are.
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.
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.
- 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.
Use the inside median of Guerrero between 17th and 18th. Cornerstone is not responsible for vehicles left on Guerrero after our services.
Enter the lot on 17th after crossing Guerrero (heading away from church).
Metered spots are free on Sundays. But double-check parking signs to avoid any nasty surprises.
- Off of Frida Kahlo Way, look for parking attendants to give you a parking pass to put on your dashboard.
Follow Judson Ave. around the school if you're a first-time visitor, a family with kids, or elderly.
There are street parking available on surrounding streets on Frida Kahlo Way, Judson Avenue, Staples Ave. and Greenwood Ave.