Come to Christ, a living stone rejected by men but in the sight of God chosen and precious, you yourselves like living stones are being built up as a spiritual house." from 1 Peter 2:4
HOME is a two-year generosity initiative to equip Coram Deo to further it's mission to reach Spokane Metro for Christ by equipping the saints to serve, sacrifice, and surrender. To reach maturity we must holistically comprehend then respond to Gospel generosity. The Bible is decisive in communicating how the church is our spiritual home. A home purchased through Jesus who powerfully equips us to finish, fashion and furnish it in light of his glory.
Join Coram Deo in addressing the need for a physical HOME for our church and ministry growth. To accomplish this mission-critical task will require a significant investment of our lives and resources. The 'One Fund' campaign addresses the facility needs and further maturation of children's, youth, college/young adults, diaconate care, and continuing development in worship leadership ministries within the church.
Coram Deo — Called to build a home of faith, community, and mission.
If you are interested in making a non-cash gift (stock, IRA, estate gift) to Coram Deo, please contact Dave Snyder, at 608-792-6193.
the Main Booklet
the Commitment Card
The campaign will kick off in our worship service on October 6
Commitment Sunday will take place November 3 in our worship service
A special celebration will take place to wrap up on November 17
Jesus' saving work is never a futile end. Rather, it is a wondrous adventure of faith lived together through firm conviction expressed in the profound impact of Christian community. We are biblically compelled to see ourselves not as the end, but as an aspect of the process of mission and service.
Coram Deo was planted five years ago by the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). God has blessed her growth and we now need to find a permanent home for our ever-expanding family. Together, through trust in Christ with our finances, our time, our talents, our work, our play, our rest, and our lives, we have the opportunity to accomplish great things for the Kingdom in the Spokane region and beyond.
We want to understand what the Bible says about generosity—let’s evaluate where we are in relation to the resources God has given us and respond accordingly.
As we expand our resources for ministry we will reach more people with the Gospel—students, families, refugees, military workers, and more.
Our permanent home is with Christ, but we aim to secure a tangible space in Spokane where we can worship, fellowship, learn, serve, pray, and celebrate together.