Community Outreach

CBC mission is to make disciples at home. To do this we must be engaged in our local community.  Below is a list of ways we share the Gospel and make disciples in our Lilburn area.


CBC is also committed to making disciples in our church by sending them on short-term missions trips. We want them to serve others, share the Gospel, and see how big our God is as they go to other countries around the world.

  • Short Term Trips

    Since we are such a "mission-minded" church, it's not surprising that each year we see a variety of CBC short term mission trips take place around the globe--both from adult and teenage volunteers. Our goal in this is never to go for our own sakes (like a vacation), but rather to connect with a local church or missionary and assist them as best we can according to their stated needs (rather than what we might think they need). Some of our recent mission work has been in conjunction with ministries in these locations:

    • Kingston, Jamaica (Caribbean Christian Center for the Deaf, intermittently from 1994-present)
    • Costa Rica (intermittently from 1996-present)
    • Athens, Greece (2018, upcoming 2023)
    • Numerous locations in Asia, Africa and South America via Wycliffe Bible Translators (e.g. teaching ESL each summer)
    • Various locations around the US (e.g. West Virginia, Arkansas, Mississippi, to name a few)
  • Good News Club @ Camp Creek Elementary

    Good News Club runs from September to May. After a break for the summer it is starting back up on September 5th and will run until mid-November.


    The Good News Club is a Christian after school program at Camp Creek Elementary that meets on our church campus from 3:30-5:00pm every Monday. A mandatory training and online form is required for new workers.  More information can be found at cefonline.comSee Jennifer Hinson for details.

  • LILBURN CO-OP

    Kay’s Pantry

    We serve clients in our community by providing food to families in need on a bi-weekly basis for those who are unable to receive full food stamps through the Department of Family and Children Services. For more information, go to lilburnco-op.org.


    Cornerstone Bible Church supports the Lilburn Co-Op by collecting items for Kay's Pantry. Donations can be brought to the church and left in the trunk by the main office door. We also participate in the "Angel Tree" ministry by supplying gifts to individuals at Christmas-time. See Rose Carter for more details.