Whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through Him to God the Father. Colossians 3:17 NASB
The purpose of Coram Deo is to lead the congregation in corporate worship. Coram Deo is a Latin word for “being in the presence of God”. This doesn’t just mean on Sundays it is a lifestyle, people want to serve by leading through song. Basically it’s a praise team of singers! It’s nice to have leaders to help the congregation know how to sing (especially new songs) and it’s a joy to do- to watch the congregation worship God.
Coram Deo meets Wednesday nights during the school year to practice after the Choir at approximately 8:20 for a 30-minute practice. During the summer Coram Deo meets from 7-8:15 to practice with the band.
Someone interested in joining Coram Deo should be comfortable reading music. They are often auditioned either through the choir or individual solos. The best way to become part of Coram Deo is to join the choir and serve in that capacity first, however if you are unable to do this, you may contact Joel Purcell, directly if interested.