Highlights

36th Sessions of Annual Conferences: November 2011

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Bishop Dr Robert Solomon sending greetings to ETAC on the opening day of their Session on Nov 11, 2011. He is flanked by ETAC President James Nagulan (left) and ETAC Vice-President Stephen Shadrak. – Picture by DANIEL LIE. Emmanuel Tamil Annual Conference (ETAC) delegates responding to a suggestion by their President, the Rev James Nagulan, on the second day of their ETAC Session at the Tamil Methodist Church on Nov 12, 2011. – Picture by DANIEL LIE.
All ears during the delivery of the President’s Address by Trinity Annual Conference (TRAC) President Rev Dr Wee Boon Hup at Toa Payoh Methodist Church on Nov 22, 2011. – Picture by DANIEL LIE.
Emmanuel Tamil Annual Conference (ETAC) delegates responding to a suggestion by their President, the Rev James Nagulan, on the second day of their ETAC Session at the Tamil Methodist Church on Nov 12, 2011. – Picture by DANIEL LIE.
The Ordination-cum-Closing Service of the Chinese Annual Conference on Nov 17, 2011. – Picture by PHILLIP LAM.
All the President’s Men (and Women): Line-up of TRAC pastors after the announcement on their postings. – Picture by DANIEL LIE.
Day 2 of the Chinese Annual Conference Session at Hinghwa Methodist Church on Nov 15, 2011. – Picture by PHILLIP LAM.

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