Today's Message

Almighty God, who at this time taught the hearts of your faithful people by sending to them the light of your Holy Spirit: grant us by the same Spirit to have a right judgement in all things, and evermore to rejoice in his holy comfort; through the merits of Christ Jesus our Saviour, who is alive and reigns with you in the unity of the Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

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The Vicar Writes …

27 Nov 2022

“Therefore, with minds that are alert and fully sober, set your hope on the grace to be brought to you when Jesus Christ is revealed at his coming.” 1 Peter 1:13

Dear St Hilda’s Family,

As 2022 draws to an end, the new year in the church calendar begins with the season of Advent. This is God’s provision for us.

In many ways, this year has been even worse compared to the past two years. Who would have thought? Most of us couldn’t wait to see the light at the end of the Covid tunnel. Many – including myself – thought that once the Covid measures are lifted, we would soon be back to normal, even dismissing the talk about “new normal”. And though 2022 allowed us to freely congregate, even to travel again, our excitement seems short-lived.

The war in the Ukraine has affected us greatly, even though it is so far away. Inflation has sky-rocketed, many economies are in recession. In addition, and closer to home, there are rising tensions between China and Taiwan, ever increasing military provocation by North Korea, and political instability in Malaysia. Our little red dot still seems to be unaffected, but the questions is ‘How long?’

At St Hilda’s, we had many of our friends passing on to glory, and others falling ill, even with serious illnesses like Ps Allison. Covid seems to have taken a higher toll on our general health and strength than we thought.

With all of this, why are we encouraging the church to share the gospel more boldly in these times? Are we neglecting the realities of the people in Singapore and focussing on the spiritual instead?

When we look at Advent as God’s provision for us, we must allow the Holy Spirit to transform us.

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Weekly Holy Communion Church Services
  • Saturday Evening Service (SES) at 5pm in the Church Sanctuary.
  • Sunday (E1) at 8am in the Church Sanctuary.
  • Sunday (E2) at 10.15am in the Bethel Hall.

E3 Service

Saturdays at 2pm in the Bethel Hall.

Online (Non Holy Communion) Services

Available on Sundays from 3pm instead of 8am.
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The podcast (audio of the sermon only) will be available each Tuesday.


Private Worship

The church sanctuary is open for prayer and worship during the week.

You may book your time slot by calling the church office at 63443463.

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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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“Be Still and Know You are God”

5 Dec 2022
A Testimony from Ps Allison Chee
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
My journey with God ……
I want to give thanks and praise to God, my beloved family, the family of God at St Hilda’s and the wider body of Christ for praying for me, especially during these past few weeks. My diagnosis must have come as a shock to many of you and I think some may have asked “why?”, “what happened?” “how come?” But thanks be to God – I was so filled with the overflowing love of God during my stay in hospital because I knew that many of you at St Hilda’s were covering me in prayer. The song that God placed in heart was the chorus of “Still” – “when the oceans rise and thunders roar, I will soar with you above the storm, Father You are King over the flood, I will be still and know You are God”. I felt so assured that all I needed was to just be still and know that He is in control, and I will soar with Him above the storm. I felt very calm and carefree throughout my stay in hospital.

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