Posts from September 2021

Posts from September 2021


Ang Mo Kio Methodist Church Kindergarten is opened for registration for children born between 2016 and 2020.There are classes for Playgroup, N1, N2, K1 & K2. Enquiries are welcome. Please contact the Kindergarten Office at 67056165 or email: for more information.


Formerly known as 123 Ministry, AMazing Kids serves children age 18 months to 4.5 years. All Mighty Kids serves children aged 4.5 to 10 years. With the aim of building a solid spiritual foundation, the Children’s Ministry provides age-specific programmes for children aged 18 months to 10 years through interesting and engaging activities that take place on Sundays at 8.00am and 10.20am. (Starting 10 Oct 2021, the timings will be 8.00am and 10.00am.) Due to the current COVID-19 situation, AMazing…

Book of Ruth (Part 2): The Fruits of Kindness

By Cheryl Mah Read: Ruth Chapter 2 & Watch: “Pass It On” sermon Ruth Chapter 2 brings about a special union. The chapter begins with the introduction to a man named Boaz who was a relative of Naomi’s late husband Elimelech; he was also a man of God and a man of great wealth. In this story, Ruth is led by God to glean in Boaz’s field, and God’s providence and grace is seen through the kindness of Boaz. Ruth…

Book of Ruth (Part 1): A Tale Of Extraordinary Love

By Cheryl Mah Read: Ruth Chapter 1 & Watch: “Ordinary People, Extraordinary Love” sermon Possibly one of the most well-known women in the Bible, most of us are familiar with Ruth as the dutiful daughter-in-law of Naomi. Although it is one of the shortest books of the Bible at only four chapters long, the book of Ruth tells a heart-warming story of love, devotion, and redemption. Ruth & Naomi’s story The story takes place during the time of the judges,…


Starting 10 Oct 2021, the on-site worship timings will be 8am, 10am and 5pm. AMKids for children aged 4 to 10 years will run alongside the morning services. 8am service                230 pax with pre-event testing (PET) 10am service             230 pax with PET 5pm service                50 pax (no PET required) If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you may come for the worship service without doing…

Week 6: Possessing A Heart For Others

By Cheryl Mah The word “hospitality” comes from two Greek words: philos which means “friend” and xenos which means “stranger”. Put together, the word is “philoxenos” which literally means “loving the stranger” or to be “generous to guests”. Scripture calls on us to show the love of God to others (Romans 12:13) and we are required to do so. As Christians, we are instructed to not only be hospitable to friends and family, but also to strangers, outsiders, and even…


As Christians, we believe in responding as responsible stewards of God’s creation. The annual Season of Creation is an internationally recognised celebration of prayer and creation care, uniting churches across all denominations. In response, we invite you to participate in a five-week devotional, created in collaboration between several Methodist churches. It explores the relationship between all households and societies (or “Oikos” in Greek); the whole inhabited Earth; political, social and economic systems; and the life-giving ecological boundaries of our common…


The latest issue of PRAYERCONNECT (September to December 2021) is out. You may read the electronic soft copy which is available online.  If you have a testimony to share, you may email to


Digital edition of OnTRAC is now available on the TRAC website and physical copies will no longer be sent to churches. The 2nd issue is focused primarily on how technology helps and hurts us in our ministry, especially with regard to worship. The PDF may be accessed here.