at Coram Deo
In addition to our Sunday worship services, we provide several opportunities to gather and grow in smaller groups. Each community is driven by our core beliefs.
Please join us at an upcoming event, and be sure to check out our calendar.
Connect groups provide an opportunity for people to regularly gather in an informal neighborhood setting with the central goal of building trusting relationships.
Connect groups are fluid. Members typically commit to meet weekly or monthly for a season (around 3 months), after which they might choose to participate in a different group.
Connect groups generally incorporate Bible study and prayer. Depending on the members, they may also discuss that week’s sermon, read through a book, or structure their gatherings around a meal.
Our women’s ministry provides an opportunity for women to practice a committed, studious application of their understanding of God as they share life experiences.
Opportunities include a women’s study group.
Our men’s ministry provides an opportunity for men to gain an understanding of their identity, environment, and responsibility within it.
Opportunities include a weekly prayer breakfast and Bible studies.
Even at young ages, children ask profound questions. Acknowledging that, we seek to create in our children an awareness of Jesus and his grace, as well as a recognition of how the biblical narrative speaks to every aspect of their lives. While we generally group kids by developmental age, we’re most concerned with taking an organic approach to their spiritual development.
The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is a historically derived evangelical denomination that is faithful to the scriptures, true to the reformed faith, and obedient to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ.
The Northwest Church Planting network is a collection of PCA churches throughout the region committed theologically, prayerfully, and financially to planting churches.
Mission Anabaino is a diverse church planting collaborative that originated out of Christ Presbyterian Church in New Haven, CT, intent about fostering “Total Christ” Churches.
Spanish River Network is a delightful network intent on aiding in the educational development, encouragement, and financial investment in church planting around the world.
Cahaba Park Cohort is a gathering of church planters for mutual encouragement and planning hosted by Cahaba Park PCA in Birmingham, AL.
The Presbytery of the Northwest is the collection of PCA churches in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Idaho.
Our Campus Ministry
Reformed University Fellowship is the campus ministry of the PCA with Northwest affiliates at Boise State University and the University of Washington.
Our Partnering PCA Congregations