Announcements 18 April 2021
Men’s Ministry: Encountering God
24 April, 7.30-9.00am, Saturday, Chapel
Taking Charge: Called to Work (I)
Speaker: Dr Geoff Gorsuch (recorded)
What makes you feel God’s pleasure at work? Register today and join us! https://forms.gle/HaWAo2Qdsr4v2TZ58
Women of Zion: Circles of 8
WOZ is organising small group activities of up to eight ladies per group in April and May. These Circles of 8 aim to foster fellowship and support for one another, spiritually and physically; for prayer and emotional support; and for outreach. Sign up and join a Circle of 8 in one of the following interests:
Book/Movie Club – Discuss life and faith through the stimulus of books and movies.
Nature Walks – Connecting with God through nature and prayer.
Fellowship – Walking with Jesus & writing your daily journal.
Register with Kuan Ying (9367 1280)
[New] Nagomi Art – Express Faith through Artwork
1 May, 2.30pm, Saturday
Register with Queenie (9837 2068)
Infant Baptism Parent Class,
8 May, 10.00am, Saturday, at Chapel
Parents presenting their infants for baptism on 23 May will need to attend a Faith at Home session on Infant Baptism on 8 May. Email email@example.com for membership form and register for the class by 2 May.
30 Days of Prayer 2021
13 Apr to 12 May
- Join in prayer during the fasting month for those from our neighbouring faith, using a PDF daily prayer guide. Each individual/household to sign up separately. Free but donations welcome.
- Join online prayer sessions organised by WEC Singapore on 15, 22, 29 Apr, and 6 May, 8.00-9.30pm (Thursdays).
BGST’s Theology for Life Public Lecture Series:
“Workplace Discipleship in the Pandemic Age”
24 Apr, 9.30-11.30am, Saturday
Venue: on Zoom (FREE)
Speaker: David W Gill
Retired Director of the Mockler Centre for Faith & Ethics in the Workplace,
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of work, such as the spaces we inhabit (office to online), and the boundaries we keep (work and family time). Many people have had to change the way they worked, and this has been difficult and stressful. What is a robust theology of work that Christians can have so that they can meet these challenges?
Register at bit.ly/workplacepl