Today's Message

Heavenly Father,

We come before You with a heart of gratitude and assurance of Your unfailing love. When we look at the uncertainties in the economy, peace and stability of the world, our souls are troubled. But we, your children, trust in Your Word of Truth: “Cast all your anxieties on Him because He cares for you” 1 Pet 5:7.

You are in charge and in control of all things. “If God is for us, who can be against us?” Rom 8:31

- Prayer by FISH. St Hilda’s Church
FISH is a prayer group that meets every Tuesday at 9.00 am except when there is Corporate Prayer Night. They meet at the New Care Lounge.

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27 July, 2017
  • Home Visitation

    27 July, 2017

    Should you need home visitations or if you would like to join the team; please contact church office to speak to Ps Allison Chee.



25 July 2017

On 9 August 2017, from 9am to 12.30 pm, singles, married couples with or without children and seniors are invited to join in a symposium organised by St hilda’s Church.

To be held in Bethel Hall, the symposium will help participants strengthen relationships between husbands and wives, as well as parents and children.

By building God-rooted and God-centred families, we can stem the tide of the devil’s assaults on our families.

You will receive fresh insights into the state of families in Singapore and the need for a holistic approach to live out our faith grounded at home.

Speakers are St Hilda’s Vicar Wong Tuck Meng, and Pastors Ben and Dinah Lee, from Focus on the Family.

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One Thought – A Devotional

18 July 2017

When we do work for the Lord, it is never in vain. Even if it seems we are going nowhere. Even if it seems, despite all the good we think we are doing, the job is thankless. Even if it seems He has let us down. Even if it seems we have lost our way. Even if it seems He has turned His face away from us.

For those of us in ministry, is it not true there are times when we have felt this way?

It is that awful feeling that God has abandoned us, sometimes even after calling us to give up everything to walk the unknown path for Him.

Brother Stefan Ong shared one such story. The story of David and Svea Flood, and their daughter, Aggie, is worth retelling. You need to google for the full story, though.

The short one is that in 1921 Scandinavian missionaries David and Svea Flood went into deep Africa to preach the word of God. The tribes there rejected them.

But Svea managed to convert a little African boy through love and deeds. He was the only one in that remote African area who experienced the love of Christ. She soon died after giving birth to a little girl.

Feeling bitter against God about this, an angry and broken David Flood left for home. The baby girl Aggie was given to another Scandinavian missionary couple in Africa. When they died, the baby girl was given to an American missionary couple. They raised Aggie in America.

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