Downtown Cornerstone Blog
Sep 20

This Sunday! Vision Sunday 5:00pm @ the Westin Building (not the hotel)

News | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

This Sunday Downtown Cornerstone is hosting a night of vision. This gathering is for skeptics, friends, neighbors, coworkers, and those of you who are just plain curious. This will be an opportunity to learn more, get connected, and find out how you can support us. We’ll pray, we’ll sing and I’ll share the story of how we’ve come this far and where we believe Jesus is leading us going forward.

Westin Building
2001 6th Avenue, 33rd floor
Seattle, WA 98121


Where do I park?
Parking downtown is free on Sundays, so there is no cost to park. However, do leave allow additional travel time to secure a parking spot on the street.

Is children’s ministry provided?
Yes, Cornerstone Kids will be provided for kids 6 months to 9 years old. Parents, please RSVP here. Please let us know if you’d be open or interested in volunteering to help with the children by emailing alan (at) downtowncornerstone (dot) org.

When will the next Sunday gatherings happen?
We are planning to hold three additional preview gatherings throughout the fall on October 24th, November 21st and December 19th. Each of these will be held at the same venue, the Westin building, at 5:00pm. In between we’ll continue to meet weekly in community on Sunday evenings @ 5pm at the Cobb Building (corner of 4th & University) to pray, study the Bible, cast vision and consider who Jesus is calling us to be in this great city. Our hope is to multiply to three communities over the fall.

This isn’t our “launch” Sunday, as we don’t plan to move to a weekly gathering format until January 2011, but it is an important gathering to convey who we are, what we value, the mission we’re on and invite everyone to participate in some way, whether through prayer, financial support or joining us downtown. Therefore, I invite you to join us as we share our vision for a new gospel work – a church – that Jesus is unfolding in downtown Seattle.

Because the Tomb is Empty,
Pastor Adam

Note: For more information on the vision of Downtown Cornerstone Church, check out the full Vision.