St. Paul, MN
About Cornerstone Reformed Church
Church Website: Cornerstone Reformed
Population of Saint Paul, MN:
285,068 (Estimated 2015)
Elevation of Saint Paul, MN::
242 m over sea level
15.50% African Americans
0.9% native Americans
32% Mainline Protestant
21% Evangelical Protestant
28% Roman Catholic
1% Jewish, Islamic, Buddhist, and Black Protestant
Except where noted, information taken from www.worldatlas.com.
Rev. Frank Liu: Cornerstone Reformed Church
Cornerstone Church is a gospel-centered body of believers who love our Lord Jesus Christ and also love one another. The members have a heart to see others come to faith in Christ. We are a diverse mix of people from the very young to the very mature, with a variety of ethnicities that represents the diversity of the Twin Cities. Cornerstone also has a sizable number of seniors with time and experience who still have the energy to serve. While the members come from a variety of church backgrounds, Cornerstone desires to be self-consciously and unashamedly committed to the Bible and our confessional standards. While the church body is small, the vast majority are active and eager to serve the body of Christ. To serve the community, Pastor Frank Liu is a volunteer chaplain with the Saint Paul Police Department.
Pastor Frank Liu is a graduate of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Taylors, SC. He has served Christ's church as a ruling elder and then as a pastor for four years before being called to pastor Cornerstone. Frank has been married to Melissa since 2004; they have two children.
Thanking God for:
- The continued support and guidance from the session of Grace BPC in Cincinnati, OH.
- The Lord’s guidance and blessing to members and families during the time of pandemic and shelter in place.
- The good news of a member’s 85 year-old aunt who recently became a believer!
- The reopening of chaplain ministry with the Saint Paul Police after three months of forced absence.
Please Pray for:
- Our faithful and bold witness to those within our families, workplaces, neighborhoods, and communities, even as the Lord has been opening doors of gospel opportunity.
- Revival and healing to come to our Twin Cities, state, and nation due to the upheaval and social unrest.
- Those who joined us at church online during the shelter in place, that they would visit us in person as we start meeting again for public worship at the beginning of July.
- The protection of our elderly saints as we meet again in person.