Today's Message

As we begin this new day in the grace of God, may we know that our security is in Him who watches over us His beloved Church

Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem
Praise your God, O Zion!
For He strengthens the bars of your gates;
He blesses your children within you.
He makes peace in your borders;
He fills you with the finest of the wheat.

– Psalm 147: 12-14

Glory to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

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Nothing from May 28, 2017 to May 29, 2017.


St Hilda’s Church Annual General Meeting, 23 April 2017

At this meeting in which 21 per cent of the church’s Electoral Roll members participated, St Hilda’s continued to refresh its leadership.

More new young members stepped up to help bring the church forward. The 2017-2018 Parochial Church Council now comprise:

Samuel Ratnam, Vicars Warden
Chan Mun Seng, People’s Warden
Daniel Koh Hock seng, Synod Representative
David Soh Eng Hock, Synod Representative
Iris Chua Hui Hua, Synod Representative
Shirley Tan Soh Kwee, Synod Representative
Sheena Seng Mei Hui, Lay Representative, Secretary
Alice Mia Joo, Lay Representative, Treasurer
John Teo Cheng Lock, Lay Representative
Leng Yaw Owe, Lay Representative
David Tow, Lay Representative
Kevin Cheong Teng Hwee, Lay Representative
Michael Ho Soon Chye, Lay Representative
Khoo See Kiang, Lay Representative

This team of lay leaders will support Vicar Ven. Wong Tak Meng and Pastor Wong Ngian Koy (Chinese).

May the Lord’s hand be upon each PCC team member, guiding them to serve the Church according to His plans doe us! Amen.

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One Thought – A Devotional

30 April 2017

Whenever I reflect on biblical joy, I cannot help but visualize the ebullient and joyous dance of King David as he brought God’s ark from Obed-edom through the winding streets of Jerusalem.

“….David danced before the LORD with all his might; and David was girded with a linen ephod.” – 2 Samuel 6:14

How he must have jumped and leaped up, legs kicking high, arms and hands outstretched and swaying, head arched backwards, sweating in the desert heat - and all this in his near-nakedness. He must have looked like a madman.

But King David was simply overcome with joy. Finally, he was able to bring the LORD’s ark home among His chosen people. And God must have been pleased with the king.

We have just passed the second Sunday after Easter on 16 April 2017. Do we feel in our hearts the kind of overwhelming joy King David must have felt when he brought God home?

The thing is, shouldn’t our joy be even greater than King David’s?

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