The vision for Adoramus came from the Greek word, homothumadon, found in the book of Acts.

Strong’s concordance defines its meaning as “to rush along in unison”. It’s a musical image -a number of notes are played which, while different, harmonise in pitch and tone. As the instruments of an orchestra combine under a conductor’s direction, so too the lives of the members of a church blend together under Christ’s direction.

This was a founding vision for the whole group, and was evident from the start.

With a vision, you always need people who are prepared to catch it and assist in “incarnating” it! The community of Adoramus, both choir and orchestra, have been willing to identify with this vision and play their part in order to fulfil it. Many people work very hard to make it real and we are glad it happens with love and laughter.