The People’s Church 12th Anniversary (via Facebook live)

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The People’s Church celebrates our 12th anniversary on 2nd of August 2020 and we invite you to join us.

Our church’s Spiritual Mentor Rev. Dr. Margaret Seaward will be preaching to us via a pre-recorded sermon which will be streamed live on our Facebook channel at www.facebook.com/thepeopleschurchsg.

Date: 2nd August 2020
Time: 10.20am

There is no registration required and you can tune in live on the day itself.

Margaret Seaward

The People’s Church Resurrection Weekend 2019

Come celebrate Resurrection Weekend 2019 with us!

We’ll be having a Good Friday Service, Saturday Seminar and Resurrection Sunday Service. Rev Dr Margaret Seaward will be ministering to us on all three days and you can find the schedule below.

19th April 2019 (Good Friday Service)
10am – 1pm (estimate)

20th April 2019* ( 1 day seminar on “Exceeding Greatness” on Saturday)
10am – 3pm | RSVP here.

21st April 2019 (Resurrection Sunday Service)
Joined Service 10.30am – 1pm (estimate)

* One day seminar on “Exceeding Greatness” on Saturday strictly by registration only.

Click here for Reverend Dr. Margaret Seaward’s Biography.
Click here for instructions on how to get to our premises.

Check out what happened during one of Rev Dr Margaret Seaward’s previous Seminars.

Good Friday Sermon by Reverend Dr. Margaret Seaward on 30th March 2018

Date: 30 March 2018 (Friday)
Service Time: 10am to 1pm (estimate)
Medium: English Service (mandarin interpretation via earpiece)

Our church spiritual mentor Rev Dr. Margaret Seaward will be preaching to us on Good Friday. Click here for Rev Dr. Margaret Seaward’s biography.

Note: No registrations are required for this service and there will be no lunch provided.

For more information, you can contact us by dropping us a message.

Sunday Sermon by Reverend Dr. Margaret Seaward on 14 January 2018

Date: 14 January 2018 (Sunday)
Service Time: 1030am to 1pm (estimate)
Medium: English Service (mandarin interpretation via earpiece)

Our church spiritual mentor Rev Dr. Margaret Seaward will be preaching to us on our usual Sunday Service. Click here for Rev Dr. Margaret Seaward’s biography.

There will be buffet lunch provided immediately after the Service.

Registration
Attendance is strictly by registration. Please RSVP here. For information about the seminar, you can contact us by dropping us a message

Sunday Sermon by Reverend Dr. Margaret Seaward on 5 November 2017

Date: 5 November 2017 (Sunday)
Service Time: 1030am to 12.30pm (estimate)
Medium: English Service (mandarin interpretation via earpiece)

Our church spiritual mentor Rev Dr. Margaret Seaward will be preaching to us on our usual Sunday Service. Click here for Rev Dr. Margaret Seaward’s biography.

Note: No registrations are required for this service and there will be no lunch provided.

For more information, you can contact us by dropping us a message.

‘The Heartbeat of God’, Sunday Service by Reverend Dr. Margaret Seaward on 10 September 2017

Date: 10 September 2017 (Sunday)
Service Time: 1030am to 12.30pm (estimate)
Medium: English Service (mandarin interpretation via earpiece)

Our church spiritual mentor Rev Dr. Margaret Seaward will be preaching to us on our usual Sunday Service. The title of her sermon will be ‘The Heartbeat of God’.

Click here for Rev Dr. Margaret Seaward’s biography.

Note: No registrations are required for this service and there will be no lunch provided. If you are bringing your children, they are strongly encouraged to attend our balloon sculpting activity. Click here to find out more about the activity.

For more information, you can contact us by dropping us a message.

Please note that it is confirmed (as of 2 Sept) that Rev. Dr. Margaret Seaward will be coming to preach on 10th Sept at 10.30am next Sunday. The title of her preaching will be ‘The Heartbeat of God’.

Thank you for praying with us and we praise God for His touch upon her life!

Margaret Seaword during Good Friday Sermon

Sufficiency in Christ Jesus by Rev Dr Margaret Seaward (1 Day Seminar)

Intercessory Prayer with Rev Margaret Seaward

Rev Seaward with last year’s Inner Healing seminar participants

Come for this powerful meeting as Rev Dr Margaret Seaward ministers to us on “Sufficiency in Christ Jesus”. Rev Dr Seaward will also be ministering to us during Good Friday Service and Resurrection Sunday Service. For the full schedule, you can refer to below:

14th April 2017 (Good Friday Service)
10am – 1pm

15th April 2017* (Sufficiency in Christ Jesus 1 day seminar on Saturday)
10am – 3pm

16th April 2017 (Resurrection Sunday Service)
Joined Service 10am – 1pm

* Sufficiency in Christ Jesus 1 day seminar on Saturday strictly by registration only.

Click here for Reverend Dr. Margaret Seaward’s Biography.
Click here for instructions on how to get to our premises.

The People's Church Youth

Eight fruitful years: We give thanks and all the glory to God

The People’s Church had a three-day seminar on Intercessory Prayer led by Reverend Dr Margaret Seaward as part of the Church’s 8th anniversary celebration. Everyone was greatly blessed; many were touched by the Lord and some were even baptised with the gift of the Holy Spirit.

intercessory-prayer-seminarIt was neither a church outing nor a buffet with good food but The People’s Church celebrated her 8th anniversary by having a three day Seminar on Intercessory Prayer from 5th August 2016 to 7 August 2016. It was through this Seminar that many in the Church drew closer to the word of God and emerged, fully charged and revitalized by the Spirit to continue the great work of building God’s Kingdom. When asked by church members on the arrangement, Senior Pastor Patrick Cheong replied that, “Throughout the 8 years, the Lord has blessed us tremendously and has always provided for our needs. It is only fitting that we have this Seminar together with our 8th anniversary where we can draw closer to God and give thanks for all He has done for us.

pastor-patrick-prayingThe Intercessory Prayer Seminar, which was led by Reverend Dr Margaret Seaward, was conducted with this current world’s busy pace of life in mind. We are always too busy for everything and all of us face an everyday challenge for having to contend with the quotidian ‘things of this world’. Sometimes, many of us even wish that we had 48 hours instead of 24 hours daily in order to accomplish our daily tasks. Even so, the reality is that most of us would still have not enough time and the “I’m busy and have no time” excuse pops up regularly even when it’s time to spend time with God. If this happens and we still conveniently assume that God understands our situation, then we are in dire need of drawing closer to God.

you-qian-prayingFear not for God has a solution and that is Prayer. Prayer is a predominant feature in our Christian walk and is our main weapon against all our troubles, but many people have overlooked or discounted this over time. We may not know it, but many Christians are fighting to stay “alive” spiritually and neglect the power of Prayer. Some may have lost that “first love” for God and feel that they can no longer communicate with God. Our problems may vary – some of us may have disobedient children, unreasonable colleagues, dire financial situations or unfaithful spouses but when is the last time did we use Prayer as a means to your problems?

To cap things off, the Church also had the privilege of celebrating Reverend Dr Fred Seaward and Reverend Dr Margaret Seaward’s 65th wedding anniversary during the Seminar. A Godly couple, they have been a blessing to many people — believers and non-believers alike and have also been a great role model for a Christ-centred marriage.

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The Church prepared a cake lighted with 65 individual candles, and as the cake made its way to them, everyone knew it was a fitting tribute to such a Godly couple. As Church member, Brother Nigel put it, “To have served all their lives and still be on fire for God gives you encouragement; you know their preaching is real and everything that they say is a blessing.” The celebrations ended with a prayer for the Seawards and a scrumptious buffet lunch, as both visitors and Church members had a great time fellowshipping with one another.

When we turn to Prayer, we must recognise that God is not a magician or a Prayer answering machine that will make our problems disappear once we call unto Him. Instead, during Prayer, as pointed out by Reverend Dr Seaward during the Seminar, we will need to keep pounding on the door and not give up. Even if it takes 1 day, 1 year or 10 years, we need to press on for God has His perfect timing for everything and we know that the God we serve gives us an infinite hope and love. When we believe that Jesus is the King of kings, and He will answer our prayers, we no longer need to live in fear.

fred-seawardThe Intercessory Prayer Seminar was a timely reminder to spend time interceding for others in Prayer and the Seminar attendees were blessed by the words brought forth by Reverend Seaward. It was a thought that was shared by Church member Sister Crystal, who said, “This Seminar had taught me about the importance of prayer and how it is our weapon against the evil one.” The Seminar also challenged the Church members to pray earnestly to see more souls ushered into the Kingdom of God. The Church prayed that God will continue to manifest His Power and Might to bring an endless revival to our church and that the Church is not looking for a momentary revival but one that is consistently burning.

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God has been good to The People’s Church throughout the eight years since we have gone autonomous and God has always been faithful to us. From the time we came out of the bomb shelter in Hougang to our new location at LHK 3, God has cleared our every obstacle and given us His bountiful blessings. Every anniversary, we look back at the past and smile at the good times and not so good times.

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We give thanks and all the glory to God for granting us an excellent time where we had delicious food not only for the body but also for the spirit. His love and grace abounds, praise and glory to our Lord Jesus Christ! Amen.


This article was written by Cecilia Lee, Music Director, The People’s Church and also appeared on the AG Times Issue 028 (Nov – Dec 2016).