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English Service

Our English Service aims to bring about a grounded belief in Christ through deep understanding of His Word. It sets the tone for Discipleship and World Evangelization for believers, equipping them thoroughly for good works in the last days. Our sermon carries a spirit that does not make the gospel easy, but helps believers comprehend true humility in the grace of Christ. As it is, the gospel is easy to the humble, and powerful to those who learn true grace.

We initially started the ministry with a small congregation for Emmanuel Youth Fellowship (EYF) where young English-speaking Christians or seekers below the age of 35 gathered for the word. But as of 2018, we have shifted to an English Service to deepen the congregation’s commitment and heart for worship. The English Service is open to English-speaking people of all ages.The weekly English Service messages are shared by Pastor Vincent and Preacher Hui Jun, with Deacon Hooi Ching or Deacon John taking over in their absence.


Preacher Huijun - 22 October 2015

Secret Doing And Prayers That Please God

Do we look for affirmation from man, compliments and validation from bosses when we do our jobs well? In this face-paced society we're living in, we often hear the need to "affirm people for what they have done". While there is nothing wrong in seeking affirmation, little do we realize that our hearts have started to yearn for man's validation more than what God thinks of us as we are faithful to the things, big or small, assigned to us. In doing and prayers, the Pharisees committed one deadly mistake - they did it before many audiences, and they seek validation from these audiences. But the doing and prayer that please God is this - you do and you pray because you have only ONE audience, ie God. Because He is the only audience, you do because you care about Him more than anyone else; you pray because you just want to continuously seek the inputs and voices from this audience.

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