Announcements 11 July 2021
Urban Missions Conference 2021
Sign up to pray and learn how we can “Go Urban!” with the gospel
Friday Prayer Meeting
23 Jul, 8.00pm, Friday
“Where is the harvest for Zion Bishan?” The Workers are Few (Matthew 9:35-38 )
UPG focus: The Turks
Workshop 2: Professions in Missions
20 Jul, 10.00am, Tuesday (PH)
Invited speakers, Yeoh Seng Eng (Care Channels International) will share his tentmaking journey, Claire Chong (Singapore Centre for Global Mission) and Gary Lee (Zion Bishan) will share their individual missions journeys and how their professions have helped.
Workshop 3: Seniors in Missions
24 Jul, 2.30pm, Saturday
Come hear a single lady, in her 70s, and a couple, in their 60s, share their stories of how God led them to serve in a neighbouring country and Japan respectively. The couple will be zooming in from Japan.
Workshop 4: Businessmen &
Managers in Missions
31 Jul, 2.30pm, Saturday
Invited speaker, Lawrence Ko, and a panel from our church (Dn Mervyn Phan, Dns Hun Ee Wern, Tan Seng Chai, and Wan Weng) will share about their personal journeys of trying to live out their faith at their workplace.
Register for these workshops here: tinyurl.com/ZBGoUrban2021
Table Hosts Needed
Help our potential new members find a spiritual home in Zion Bishan as they attend the membership class from Sep to Nov, on Saturday afternoons. Training will be provided. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 Jul.
Starts 4th Aug, 7.45pm, Wednesday
Come join us, on Zoom, in this informal course to explore who Jesus is and why He is the best news that you can ever receive. Invite your family and friends!
Register with email@example.com
Youth Fellowship (YF) Games Day
24 Jul, 4.00-6.00pm, Saturday
Inviting all Youths, 18 and below! Register: tinyurl.com/24julygamez
BGST Public Lecture
“Making Room: Extending Christian Hospitality to our Neighbours”
23 Jul, 7.30-9.00pm, Friday, Zoom
The question “Who is my neighbour?” continues to challenge us today, in a world where we have become suspicious of people who are different from us, whether in skin colour, language, socio-economic class, or religion. The Christian practice of hospitality has deep theological and historical roots, and has been a basis for sustainable ministry and outreach.
Speaker (recorded): Dr Christine Pohl, Professor Emerita of Church in Society at Asbury Theological Seminary.
Register for this FREE lecture by BGST at bit.ly/bgstpl3