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Today's Message

“St Hilda's Church Remembers Mr Lee Kuan Yew (1923-2015)”

The Vicar, clergy and members of St Hilda's Church join the nation in grieving the demise of our founding father, Minister Mentor Mr Lee Kuan Yew. We will always remember Mr Lee for his courageous vision, tireless efforts and resolute leadership. He led and guided our nation during her most precarious hours, laying the foundation for her security, success and social stability today. Our thoughts and prayers are with our Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and the Lee family. May they know God's peace, comfort and love amidst the sadness of parting.

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Events


    News


    LOOK OUT FOR HOLY WEEK!
    31 March 2015, Tuesday

    8pm at the Sanctuary
    Holy Week Meditation 1
    Speaker: Rev Drew Schmotzer

    Rev. Drew is the Priest-in-Charge of the English Speaking Congregations at All Saints Cathedral, Cairo. He is also Chaplain to Archbishop Mouneer Anis, who is the Diocesan Bishop of the Diocese of Egypt.


    1 April 2015, Wednesday

    8pm at the Sanctuary
    Holy Week Meditation 2
    Speaker: Rev Drew Schmotzer


    2 April 2015, Thursday

    8pm at Bethel Hall
    Holy Communion and foot washing service


    3 April 2015, Good Friday

    12-3pm at Bethel Hall


    5 April 2015, Easter Sunday

    8am at the Sanctuary
    10am at Bethel Hall
    The 10am is an evangelistic service with a special presentation on the story of Easter. Please bring your family members and friends who are pre-believers.

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    GLORY


    One Thought – A Devotional
    Reflections on the Resurrection for Everyday Living

    20 March 2015

    Good Friday will be approaching and will be followed by Easter. Like the rhythm of the tide and sunrise and sunset, the event will come and go. Ecclesiastes 1:5 observes this rhythm ”The sun rises and the sun sets, and hurries back to where it rises”.

    Will Good Friday and Easter be merely events in the calendar of the church and our individual lives? Will they be just two of so many routines for Christians that eventually fade away? How is the resurrection relevant for us today? How can these one-off events have their relevance for us more than 2000 years later ?

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