Date: Sunday, 29 September 2019 Time: Starts at 10am Address/how to get there: Click here Theme: God’s Creation
About the event: Bring your kids for a day of fun as we celebrate children’s day!
Entry is free of charge but please note that no adults are allowed in the session. Rest assured that we will be fully staffed to take care of your children. Note that the special children day’s Sunday School programme is for ages 5 to 12 years old only.
While your children are having fun, do join us for our Sunday sermon. Rev. Dr. Jameson Yeo will be sharing with us.
Members, please do register your family and friends with the church!
On 10 February 2019, The People’s Church held her Renewal of Wedding Vows event in conjunction with Valentine’s Day. A total of 9 couples renewed their wedding vows of love in the presence of the Almighty God and witnesses – reminding them of their love and commitment to their spouse.
The renewal of wedding vows serves as a great occasion for the couples to reflect on the ups and downs in their marriage, cherish the love they share and look forward to many more years of journeying life together. We, as a body of Christ, celebrate the love between couples and support them in prayer.
Through the years spent together as a couple, many have realised
that a lasting marriage not only acknowledges individual differences but also
overcomes difficult times together. As couples reaffirm their love for each
other, it sets an example for their children and grandchildren to witness and
learn from. Parents and grandparents are children’s role models, and the
greatest life and love lessons that one can impart in their children are not
written in books or movies but are lived out and demonstrated for them to see.
When children witness this heartening moment, they begin to yearn for a strong
marriage – one with God as the foundation.
The significance behind this event ties in strongly with Reverend Ronald Yow’s message for the congregation. In his prayer for the couples, he reminded us that God must always be the centrality of a couple’s marriage – where couples yearn not only to grow more in love with each other every day but also to grow more in love and cultivate a personal growing relationship with God on a daily basis.
Rev Yow shared 4 concise points that pulled at our heart strings – Internalisation, Instruction, Intentionality and Integration.
Rev Yow reminded the parents in our congregation that they hold the
primary responsibility to instruct their children on the matter of faith as
they are the source of their children’s personal and spiritual growth.
Although I have yet to start a family of my own, this point
resonated with me as I reflected on my upbringing as a second-generation
Christian. My parents have played a huge support in my walk with Christ and
have been my role models all these years. My parents would spend time praying
together with me for my walk with God, for the examinations that I sit for and
for my well-being. With this spiritual support from my parents, I am deeply
comforted and I know that this God that I believe in is one who will see me
through my trials because He has appeared to be so true in my parents’ lives
and spiritual journey.
When parents inculcate a habit of spiritual conversations and
involve their children in a sense of spiritual direction, it has a great impact
on their children’s lives. Home should be the primary place that faith is to be
nurtured and it is a continuous committed relationship with God.
5 Love the Lord your God with all your
heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.
6 These commandments
that I give you today are to be on your hearts.
7 Impress them on your children. Talk about them
when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and
when you get up.
8 Tie them as symbols
on your hands and bind them on your foreheads.
9 Write them on the
doorframes of your houses and on your gates.
Faith begins at home.
Article Written by Abigail Cheong, Youth Leader at The People’s Church
Date: 8 April 2018 (Sunday) Service Time: 1030am to 1pm (estimate) Medium: English Service (mandarin interpretation via earpiece)
Reverend Daniel Ong will be preaching to us on our usual Sunday Service.
About Reverend Daniel Ong
Pastors Daniel and Connie Ong have been missionaries for more than 25 years. They have pastored and planted churches for Victory Family Center, Singapore (www.vfc.org). They have also planted churches in India, Scotland, East Malaysia and Japan. They were the Pastors of Victory Christian Center in Urayasu, Japan for seven years (www.vccjapan.org). After leaving Japan, they were sent by Elim Church Singapore (www.elimchurch.org.sg) to plant a work in Ghana.
They stayed in Ghana for eleven years and were involved in planting local churches and ministries. During their last six years in Ghana, they planted and were the pastors of Elim International Family church in Accra, Ghana (www.elimchurchghana.org). Elim International Family church has sent them to Renton, Washington to plant a likeminded church. They know God has called them to plant a church where people from every tribe, nation and culture will come together and glorify God. Pastors Daniel and Connie have a vision to raise up workers for the harvest field.
Date: 22 April 2018 (Sunday) Service Time: 1030am to 1pm (estimate) Medium: English Service
*Mandarin interpretation via earpiece
Short Biography of Atara Ramoth Ministry and Jennifer Pillo
Atara Ramoth Ministry is a US-based Christian Ministry. It was founded in 1985, North Bend, Washington, as a non-profit, tax-exempt organisation that facilitates the Christian Ministries to go forth into all the world to teach the gospel, raise the dead, heal the sick, cast out demons and lay hands on those who desire to be baptised in the Holy Spirit. The Ministry started by helping teenagers that were caught in addictions as well as deprogramming them from the occult – at that time there were no ministries that dealt in the area of deliverance in that region. Jesus did many wonders with the “run-a-ways” and those that were from prison. During this time, Jennifer worked with people that had drug and alcohol problems. She also helped co-found the first faith-based 12 step program that was approved as a deferred sentencing for the state of Washington. The Ministry has been active for the past 33 years and they have been able to share Jesus’ heart with the many nations, tribes. The ministry was active during war periods in Northern Ireland as guests of Pastors Jack and Kathleen McKee to seeing Jesus heal the blind eyes, raise up the paralyzed, heal the brokenhearted and give many hundreds new hope. It had also started an NGO in Tanzania and gave it to its leaders so they to raise money for their nation.