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Semper Reformanda Records Launches

Semper Reformanda RecordsBrian Thomas, Worship Leader at Kaleo Church has launched Semper Reformanda Records.

Semper Reformanda Records is an independantly operated label whose focus is on providing the church with contextualized and missionally minded worship music that is Biblically sound and God-centered; utilizing the great traditions of the past while forging new artistic ground for the present and beyond. Brian Thomas is a modern day hymn writer, recording artist, and the Chief Musician of Kaleo Church in San Diego, CA.

SRR represents the missional side of the reformed faith, taking the best of our present culture and past traditions to praise our King. Theologically speaking, we align ourselves with the ecumenical creeds of the early church, the reformed confessions best summarized by the Belgic Confession, and agree with the Cambridge Declaration that the church is in need of continual reformation/renewal. Culturally, we do not believe the church has ever “arrived”, and therefore we do not latch onto any one tradition. We recognize that music is a powerful gift of God, and one of many ordained elements of worship that should undergird the preached Word.

Our desire is to build a roster of like-minded musicians to impact the church and watching world by writing and recording creative music for worship that will both challenge and inspire. Ecclesia reformata, semper reformanda!

4 Comments

  1. Drew,
    I tried to email Semper Reformanda Records a couple times, but their email seems to not work. Do you know of any other address I could try?

    Dan

  2. I listened to “All creatures of our God and King” and it brought a tear of rejoicing to my eye. Beautiful stuff guys! I WANT A COPY!!!

  3. D. Goodmanson

    July 31, 2006 at 9:21 pm

    Dan,

    You can also reach him at brian*AT*kaleochurch.com (with the spam prevention replaced by @ of course.)

  4. Thanks Drew, I emailed him.

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