David and Meg Corson desire to glorify God, bring unity to the Church, create a spiritual climate that will allow for effective evangelism, and advance the kingdom of God in corporate times, of worship and intercession.
Their desire is to see 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week, 365 days-a-year worship and intercession events taking place in the Philadelphia area. They believe that those events should be modeled after the idea and themes found in the Bible, which describe the Tabernacle of David. David and Meg’s journey began with live 12-hour, 18 hour, 24 hour, and even 40 and 80 hour worship and intercession events. Now, there are also regularly scheduled weekly Watches.
David handles audio-video production and plays bass for various organizations in the tristate area including Philadelphia Tabernacle of David (PTOD). Dave also consults with local churches in correcting issues and making recommendations for improvement of their existing sound systems, and training volunteer personnel on how to best use their sound system.
Meg acts as administrative assistant for Philadelphia Tabernacle of David (PTOD). Her goal is doing whatever is needed to help make things run smoothly and to allow Jamie and Jonathan Fitt to concentrate on worship and teaching. Meg’s activities include scheduling the 45 plus musicians for their Watches, handling various book-keeping duties, and even cleaning up the site following PTOD events.