“We clean main stage every morning,” even if it means Kyle Anderson and the rest of the Clarksville First Church of the Nazarene climb through the mud on the hill.
“Today was especially bad,” Kyle said of this dirty job. With a large group it’s about a 30 minute job that entails picking up trash around the stage and behind stage too.
Senior Sam Wyatt says it’s the group’s second year volunteering, and third year He was especially excited by the music, especially Sleeping Giant.
Thanks to these willing volunteers, who take time to serve during the festival!
Coming to us from Cedar Rapids, IA is Echo Hill Presbyterian, joining us for the first time at Cornerstone.
This group loves the music, but says the food is another favorite.
They love grabbing a sandwich from the food court but no meal is complete without the sugary goodness of an elephant ear.
The guys say they really liked Family Force 5 and they are excited to see The Devil Wears Prada, Underoath and Shiny Toy Guns.
Lots of youth groups make Cornerstone part of their summer plans. In addition to the great music and seminars, there’s Breakaway, our youth program with its own speaker and worship band. If you haven’t brought a group, think about doing what Echo Hill did and bring your youth group to Cornerstone!