Prayer Points 18 October 2020
26th Anniversary (24 Oct) – Our upcoming anniversary service will be livestreamed as we have been doing for a while now. Pray for our church as we look back together at how God has seen us through this unprecedented time, and to look forward to His plans and glory that will shine forth from His church.
Serving in Clusters – With our in-person services organised in our Clusters, pray for Cluster AGs and members to come forward to serve in different areas of our Sunday services. Pray that each Cluster, with their leaders, will serve one another as a family in Christ.
Youth Camp 2020: Arukah – This year’s theme “Arukah” is the Hebrew word meaning “restoring to soundness; wholeness; health; made up; perfected”.
Due to COVID-19, they will be having a day-camp, with proper safe distancing measures in place, and will be limited to 50 campers.
Do keep Youth Camp Committee in prayer: Chloe, Ivan, Rachel, Natasha, Zachary, Anya, Kara, Xi Huan, Jonathan and Seth. Pray for their plans to be carried out smoothly and safely together with the many facilitators who will be engaging the youths in small groups of 5. Pray for a spiritually enriching time and for the youths to grow more like Christ.
AV Team – Thank God for our very committed team of members that handle our PA system and livestreaming at every service. With their time and effort they give to love and serve the body of Christ, our church is able to receive God’s Word right into our homes. Pray for others to consider serving behind the scenes to support our church’s ministry work.
Exams – Pray for our children in the midst of exams. Pray that as they end another school year and consolidate what they learned, they would recognise how God has sustained them through the year. Pray for our parents as they love and help their children through this time, and point them to love God with all their heart, soul and might.
Philippines – Sister Neneng, the Director of SMO (Student Missionary Outreach) our ministry partner and her son Nikko were not able to return from the USA in early June because of the lockdown, flight issues and quarantine requirements involved with travelling home. Thank God, that after 4 months of such delay, they have now been able to finally arrive at their destination, Bacolod City, Philippines, and are currently serving their 14-day quarantine in a dedicated facility. This has been a faith-building time for both of them so pray that they will return to student ministry with greater refreshment and direction from God.