Today's Message

We thank you, LORD, for the year just passed – for keeping our family intact, for reminding me how important it is to keep You at the centre of our family life, and for giving me the courage to take the first step to heal the hurts in our family. For those who have had to experience the passing of a loved one, may Your hand of comfort rest fully on them too. We pray for Your continued guidance and protection in the coming year, LORD. In Jesus's most precious name. Amen.

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Christian Education


Teaching Series on the Book of Jeremiah by Bishop Rennis Ponniah

April 2018

The Old Testament book of Jeremiah is a 2,500-year-old prophecy that is as relevant to our life today as it was to the Jews at the time.

It is message from and about God who works out his purposes through covenants.

Though more than 500 years before Christ, Jeremiah knew about the arrival of the New Covenant in Jesus that would change everything. The Jews in Jeremiah’s time were either longing for the Messiah to come or, the majority had given up hope and forsaken their God.

But God had not forsaken them.

In the same way, Christians all over the world look forward to Jesus’ second coming but most people in the world couldn’t care less. Jeremiah’s prophecy gives us great encouragement to live faithfully in a world that is in turmoil.

Bishop Rennis spent part of his sabbatical in 2016 to study Jeremiah at a deeper level. God powerfully spoke to Bp Rennis and he now passes the message on to the church in 10 sessions, delivered in five lectures at St Hilda’s Church.

– Ps Martin Jungnickel

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News


WORSHIP SERVICES

(Effective from 3 January 2021)

Saturday
  • 2:00pm – E3 in Bethel Hall
  • 5:00pm – Saturday Evening Service (SES) in Church Sanctuary (Holy Communion)
Sunday
    • 8:00am – E1 in Church Sanctuary (Holy Communion)
    • 10:15am – E2 in Bethel Hall (Holy Communion)

Seats for all services are limited. Booking is recommended if you wish to be assured of a seat in the service.
Please log on to bit.ly/shcservice or call the church office to make your booking.


Livestream Holy Communion Services will be available on Saturdays at 5pm

YouTube channel: bit.ly/shconline

Online (Non Holy Communion) Services is available on Sundays from 8am

YouTube channel: bit.ly/shconline

The podcast (audio of the sermon only) will be available each Tuesday.
Podcast: https://sthildas.org.sg/glory-to-god/podcasts/


Private Worship

The church sanctuary is open for prayer and worship (without singing) during the week for up to 45mins, alone or in groups of max 5 people. You may book your time slot by calling the church office at 63443463.

Schedule

  • Tuesday to Saturday, 9am and 10.30am (except Wednesday)
  • Tuesday to Friday, 2.30pm and 4pm

Children’s Ministries

Saturday at 5pm

  • Primary 4 and below in Daniel Room
  • Primary 5 & 6 in Room 202

Sunday at 8am

  • Pre-school (Age 4-6) & Primary 1-3 in Room 202
  • Primary 4 to 6 in Room 210
  • Youth ministry – The Creed in room 201

Sunday at 10:15am

    • Pre-school Class (Aged 4 – 6) in Room 201
    • Primary 1 to 3 – in Daniel Room
    • Primary 4 to 6 – in Joshua Hall

    (For more information, please contact the church office).

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    Reference materials and resources for Home Cells, Bible Study Groups and Christian Education Ministries may be found in this link to Ethos Institute’s website.

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GLORY


A Family United

9 Jan 2021

2021 Chinese Lunar New Year Devotional

The family reunion is a very vital facet of the Chinese Lunar New Year spring tradition.

Ideally, the family will come together on New Year’s Eve for a meal together, and also on the first day of the 15-day festival.

Many families would once have conscientiously followed this time-honoured custom.

But in the haste and stress of our modern lives, some families have begun to disregard this.

Sadly, an increasing number see Chinese New Year as a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a holiday getaway – away from their relatives and friends!

This escape from the most basic and important of Chinese New Year tradition steals from the essence of our annual spring celebration – a happy reunion of family members, those close and far and those long lost or estranged, to remind us that love and respect bind and unite a family and make it strong.

But it is more than about the family, because a strong family makes for a strong community, and a strong community makes for a strong nation.

Family unity is also celebrated in our Bible. It starts with honouring one’s elders.

The first commandments in the Bible instruct us to honour our one and only God, who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Next comes the command in Exodus 20:10, “Honour your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you.”

To honour is to love and respect. There is no higher calling than these in any family in which the LORD our God is the head of the house.

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