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I Am New

What to Expect

Hi! Welcome to Coram Deo, well at least to our website. If you're considering joining us for our Sunday morning services (at either 9:15am or 11:00am), you probably have some questions. We’d like to try to answer as many of them as possible and do our best to help make your experience with us a great one:

Q. What should I expect?

A. During our time together on Sundays, we always do at least two things: First, we listen to someone preach from the Bible, (usually one of the Coram Deo pastors.) Second, we spend time responding to the sermon that was preached. Typically, we respond in several ways:

  • Singing - We begin and end our time with singing and it’s one of our favorite things to do together!
  • Communion - Communion is a Christian tradition in which we eat bread and drink wine or grape juice as a way to remember Jesus’ body and blood that was sacrificed for our sin in his death on the cross. If you’re a Christian joining us, we invite you to participate with us in this celebration.
  • Giving - For those of us who call Coram Deo home, we also respond by giving our money. If you’re not a Christian or are new to Coram Deo, we respectfully ask that you not give us your money. Just being with us is your gift!
  • Q. Can I bring food or coffee with me to the service?

    A. By all means! We even have a team of people who will bring it for you if you forget. Stop by the coffee station on your way in and pour yourself a cup. We just ask that you bus your own dishes on your way out.

    Q. What do you offer for kids?

    A. Your kids are important to us. We have a nursery for children from infant to 3 years old as well as kids classes, from Pre-Kindergarten to 6th grade. All of which are lead by experienced teachers.

    We also provide a comfortable room for nursing mothers.

    Safety is a priority of our kid’s ministry. Every child involved is checked in at our Kids Check-in Desk in the foyer. All of our teachers are screened and have passed a background check and, for accountability, there will always be at least two teachers with each group of kids at all times.

    (For more on our Children's Ministry click here)

    Q. I’ve heard several people talk about “Life Groups.” What are Life Groups and how can I get connected to one?

    A. Life Groups are small groups of people that meet together on a regular basis at different times throughout the week. Every Life Group is different but all of them exist to live life together, learn about Jesus, and serve their community with each other. More info here.

    If you’d like to get involved in one of these groups, you can either stop by the “Connect Desk” on your way out or send an email to: lifegroups@coramd

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