HeartBeat Youth Ministry presents “Shekinah Glory” Worship Night

Have you always wanted to have an immersive worship experience with God? Just immaculate, heart-felt worship where you can soak in. No pressure, no stress and no expectations from anyone.

Or maybe you are not a believer of Jesus Christ. You want to find out more about Christianity. Maybe you’re not ready yet. But you want some peace, quiet, self reflection and a touch or sign from a God that loves you.

Then this gathering is for you.

As we welcome the new year of school and work, the HeartBeat Youth Ministry of The People’s Church invites you to a time of worship, prayers and fellowship.

To RSVP, DM @kerbsideprophet or @abigailcheong_ on Instagram.

[Sneak Peak Preview] Dance Performance by The People’s Church Singapore HeartBeat Youth Ministry

This sneak peak preview video tells you why members of The People’s Church HeartBeat Youth Ministry came together for the dance performance. It may seem like a simple dance (with sleek moves) but within the dance contains a meaningful message and testimony based on a true story.

For by one Spirit are we all baptized into one body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles, whether we be bond or free; and have been all made to drink into one Spirit. For the body is not one member, but many. If the foot shall say, Because I am not the hand, I am not of the body; is it therefore not of the body? And if the ear shall say, Because I am not the eye, I am not of the body; is it therefore not of the body? If the whole body were an eye, where were the hearing? If the whole were hearing, where were the smelling? But now hath God set the members every one of them in the body, as it hath pleased him.” – 1 Corinthians 12:13-18 (KJV)

The dance will take place on 4th August 2018 during the church’s 10th Anniversary Celebrations and is based on ‘The Hurt & The Healer’ by MercyMe. Click here for more information.

TPC Infinity Challenge 2018.

What do Singaporean youths do during the holidays? Well, they have fun of course!

The HeartBeat youth ministry of The People’s Church had a day of team building games at Labrador Park to welcome the school holidays. Called the Infinity Challenge, the games involved the youths having to compete in mini telematches to acquire materials. The materials will then be used as resources in a final showdown as teams tried to destroy each others bases and score points. The games were inspired by some characters in Marvel’s Infinity Wars.

The games concluded about lunch time and the event finished off with a simple meal of MacDonalds!

Photos posted in our Facebook page.

The People’s Church celebrates Christmas with first-ever theatrical production, The Gift

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On Christmas Eve, 24 Dec 2016, we gathered in unison, holding hands and praying just once more, for the word of God to be seeded into the hearts of those who would be attending the church’s first theatrical production. Titled, “The Gift”, the story revolves around two neighbouring families of different faith depicting issues faced by the youths of today and the day-to-day struggles of the family unit. The Gift is inspired by the true story of our Senior Pastor, Rev. Patrick Cheong, whom God graciously redeemed after a failed suicide attempt.

During the 40-minute performance, conversations between cast members were kept colloquial and in typical Singlish, meant to engage the diverse age-groups present in the audience. While the audience displayed their emotions through the different scenes, they however did not know the difficulty cast members faced in acting out the final two tear-jerking scenes. For months – during rehearsals, the portrayal of melancholy and grief was middling and the actors could hardly evoke emotions out of anyone. Not so for the actual performance. Members in the audience could be seen shedding tears and dabbing away at their eyes. Truly it is not by our might, but through the work of the Holy Spirit tugging at heart-strings.

Melody, recounted her experience as one of the main actors, “I knew God’s Presence was so strong. It felt so different because I was able to get into character. He was the One who gave me the strength and courage to act out my role.”Nigel, another important cast, noted that God was “working to fill in the gaps”. He said: “It wasn’t a tale of the best performance, script or actors. The imperfection of the preparation reflected the truth — nobody is perfect except God.

The Gift isn’t your typical Christmas story – the depiction of the nativity scene and Christ’s birth. It’s message rather is that Christ is God’s greatest gift bestowed upon us, and His gift of life has given all an eternal hope and salvation – if we choose to believe.

Is Christmas a pagan festival where santa claus and his elves march out in celebration, and to “judge” people by their deeds? Is Christmas a season of feasting, shopping and revelry? Or, is Christmas a money-spinning machine? Rather, let Christmas be a poignant reminder of the purpose of the birth of Christ – that the Son of God took on human flesh, paid a price no one could afford and conquered death, so that all may have the gift of eternal life.


This article was written by Ng You Qian, Worship Leader at The People’s Church and Director of The Gift. This article also appeared on the AG Times Issue 030 (Mar – Apr 2017).

The Gift

The Gift Christmas Production

The Gift

Date: Sat, December 24, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM SGT

This coming Christmas, the Heartbeat Youth Ministry of The People’s Church invites you to a Christmas production titled, ‘The Gift’.

The Gift tells the story of a teenage girl and her struggle with relationship issues, and how a father contemplates taking his life over his debt crisis but is miraculously saved by the power of prayer.

Registration is free, and lunch is provided. You are strongly encouraged to invite your friends & family for a blessed time and fellowship.

Click here to RSVP.