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Our Mission : To present every person complete in Christ. Colossians 1:28 . To glorify Christ by living and proclaiming His gospel in Singapore and beyond, and loving and caring for all in His name.

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Whether you are new to Singapore, are contemplating a move here, or are simply passing through, we invite you to participate in the life of our community.  If you’re looking for a church, read more about us here.

We meet every Sunday at 8.00 am, 10.00 am and 5.30 pm. Find out more about the facilities for children and families and where you can connect with others in your stage of life through small groups.  We also offer many different ministries which allow you to connect and serve others.  Going through a difficult time? Need someone to talk to or pray with we are here to help.

When you decide to join one of our Sunday morning services, be sure to check out the Welcome Corner. It’s a quick opportunity for you to meet us, ask questions and get settled in.


Our Welcome Video

8:00 AM

Holy Communion Service

10:00 AM

Morning Service

12:00 PM

Filipino Fellowship

2:30 PM

Japanese Fellowship

5:30 PM

Evening Service

Sunday School classes for children ages 2 to 12 years are available at 8 am and 10 am services. Youth service is at 10 am.

2 APRIL 2017

Believing And Living In Jesus

John 15:26-16:6

Rev Mark Dickens

9 APRIL 2017

Believing And Living In Jesus

John 17:1-12

Rev Andrew Reid (am)

Dave Riisnaes (pm)

13 APRIL 2017


No Servant Is Greater Than His Master

John 13:1-17

Rev Dr Soh Guan Chin

14 APRIL 2017



Silence Of The Lamb

John 18:1-27,

John 19:1-16a,

John 19:16b-42

Marc Wang

16 APRIL 2017

Believing And Living In Jesus

John 20:1-18

Rev Mark Dickens

23 APRIL 2017

Believing And Living In Jesus

John 21:1-14

 Kenneth Tan

30 APRIL 2017


Believing And Living In Jesus

John 9:1-15

Rev Mark Dickens


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Current Weeks Sermon / Bulletin

So what’s all the big fuss about?

As you walk around the shops and streets of Singapore you know we are in Celebration mode!  The malls and shopping centres are ablaze with colour. Red, green & cold tinsel is everywhere. These colours stand out against the fake snow and ice that has popped up all over the place.

And the Christmas Carols are being played on the radio and through the sound systems of many stores. We are being told very loud and clear - It’s Celebration time!

I find it hard not to get cynical about all the advertising we get thrown at us this time of year. A couple of times a day we are hit with glossy brochures encouraging us to Celebrate.

We celebrate you see, as we fork out lots of money and buy, buy, buy!  And don’t forget to put your order in with you know who and you can enjoy a little Christmas magic!

From what I read in the newspapers, the sales brochures and hear on the radio I can't help thinking… For many people they have to work really hard, so they can Celebrate! You know there's all the festive food to buy & you better order early. Then there's the lists of presents you need to complete for yourself and others.

But I’ve yet to see a nativity scene on public display anywhere. Such a display would remind everyone of the best present of all. The gift of a little baby, who is Christ the Lord. Now thinking about that, helps focus our attention as we approach Christmas. We celebrate Christ's coming as a baby born in Bethlehem.  But Jesus Christ was born 2000 years ago. So how come the celebration is still happening?

I think this is a really important question. For it seems to me our society hasn't got the faintest idea why we really Celebrate this time of year. Perhaps one of the reasons is we as Christians aren't clear ourselves. And therefore we haven't shared this with others.

I'm always interested to see the Bible verses printed on Christmas cards. I believe John 3:16 would be fantastic..."God loved the people of this world so much, that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who has faith in him will have eternal life and never really die".  

So why do we celebrate this time of year?

Because of God's love! Haven't you heard? God sent his own Son into the world. For you see, despite our sin, God doesn't want to condemn us. He wants to saves us. Indeed that's what Jesus' name means. It means "God saves!" And Jesus doesn't just save us and help us at Christmas time. So we can be nice to each other for a while, and give cards and gifts. No Jesus saves us forever. By faith in him we have eternal Life. We will never really die.

Oh, that you & I might share this message with those we know this Christmas time!  

Yours in Christ,

 Mark Dickens




Maundy Thursday 13th April, 6.30pm

No Servant Is Greater Than His Master

Good Friday 14th April, 10.00am

Silence Of The Lamb

Easter Sunday, 16th April

8.00am Traditional Holy Communion

            and Sunday School for Children

10.00am Contemporary Holy Communion,

              Puppet Show and Sunday School

              for Children

10.00am Youth Service in Nissen Hut

5.30pm Evening Easter Celebration

Saturday, 22nd April

7.30pm Easter Gloria concert (by Vivaldi)