Posts from October 2021

Posts from October 2021

WHATSAPP INTEREST GROUPS BY WOMEN’S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE

Join the Women’s Society of Christian Service (WSCS) in their new initiative of WhatsApp interest groups in gardening, cooking, flower arrangement, art & painting and sewing & patchwork. To enquire, please email wscsamk@gmail.com. For more information and to sign up, visit https://tinyurl.com/wscsinterestgp (Closing Date – 14 Nov 2021)

How Much Does God Love Us?

By Cheryl Mah As a mother of two, I always tell my children that I love them very much. When my almost five-year-old daughter tells me she loves me back, I’ll often ask her “How much?” “Very, very (x10) much”, she’ll reply. It certainly feels wonderful to be loved so much by this little being, but somehow, I get the sense that our human ability to love is limited and finite (even though we want to think it can be…

Book of Ruth (Part 4): Seeds of Blessings

By Cheryl Mah Read: Ruth Chapter 4 & Watch “Restored From Shame” sermon In the previous chapter, Naomi had sent Ruth to Boaz with the intention of soliciting a marriage proposal from him. While he was flattered by Ruth’s attention, Boaz was honest and informed her that there was another closer kinsman-redeemer who could marry her too. However, if the man did not want to, then Boaz would do the honourable thing by taking Ruth as his wife. Naomi’s road…

CARE FOR CHURCH MEMBERS AFFECTED BY COVID-19

The Church hopes to continue to extend our care, prayers and well-wishes for any of our members who have been impacted by COVID-19 in this season. If you, or you know of anybody amongst our church community, who have been affected by COVID-19, e.g. on Home Recovery Programme and/or on Isolation Order, please let the Church Office know. We would like to keep the church member in prayer, as well as extend our care and well-wishes to them. Please contact…

Book of Ruth (Part 3): A Heart of Courage

By Cheryl Mah Read: Ruth Chapter 3 & Watch “Questionable Actions? Can or Cannot?” sermon Back in Ruth Chapter 2, we learned about the Moabite widow Ruth’s encounter with Boaz – a wealthy man of God – when she gleaned in his field. Ruth was humble and respectful towards Boaz, and in return, he treated her with exceeding kindness. Later, Ruth learned from her mother-in-law Naomi that Boaz was their kinsman-redeemer (a male relative who, according to various laws of…

GRANDPARENTING TALK (13 NOV) BY TRAC BOSM

Grandparenting is a great joy, isn’t it? It means watching your family grow. It means enjoying time with the little ones – often without all the pains of parenthood. But is there more to being a grandparent? Our speaker, Bishop Emeritus Dr Robert M. Solomon, a grandfather of 4, looks at how you can give the next generation a spiritual legacy as you share your knowledge and experience of God, and make a difference in their lives that will last…

CG Spotlight: SHALOM2U

Cell leader Mr Thomas Tan shares with us about his cell group SHALOM2U from Zone 7.  Please introduce yourself and describe your cell group. In God’s grace, SHALOM2U (in Zone 7) was multiplied from SHALOM2 in 1 Jan 2015. We are thankful to Sharon Teh (Zone 7 Leader), Kim Thiam (CGL of SHALOM2) and Chun Ling (ACGL SHALOM2) who supported us in the transition to the new cell. The new cell started with 12 members and over the past five…

SERVE GOD SERVE ONE ANOTHER 2021

In conjunction with Laity Sunday (10 Oct 2021), we celebrate Serve God Serve One Another. Serve God Serve One Another is a time where we appreciate everyone who is serving faithfully in the various ministries and encourage more Church members to come forward and serve. Go to https://bit.ly/SGSOA21 (1) to express your appreciation to those who are serving; and/or (2) to indicate your interest to serve in any of the Church ministries. You may visit the “Connect” button on our…

Renewed By God’s Love & Word

Testimony by Lee Xin Lee Born into a Buddhist family, I first learnt about Christianity when I was four years old. At an extended family gathering, my auntie sat down with me and my younger brother. As we started to pray the joy of the Holy Spirit came over us and we laughed uncontrollably. I had more exposure to Christian teachings when I attended a Methodist school. We had daily devotions and weekly chapel, and I found myself being drawn…