Coming Up

AldersgateSG 2014

Apr 2014    

A Matter of Heart & Life
DISCIPLESHIP in the Wesleyan Tradition

Aldersgate Convention
7.45 pm Toa Payoh Methodist Church
The Rev Dr David Lowes Watson

Thursday 22 May:
“Born of the Spirit”

Sin is not our fault, we are born into it. But it becomes our fault when we try to deny our condition. We need to be “born of the Spirit”, which in itself is a dynamic process from conception to birth to growth.

Friday 23 May:
“Salvation and Discipleship”

There were two tracks in the ministry of Jesus – salvation, and discipleship. Each was clearly distinct. All are offered salvation in Christ, but not everyone is called to discipleship. This insight could greatly strengthen pastoral leadership, both clergy and laity.

Saturday 24 May:
“Anointed by the Spirit of the Lord”

What do you do after your heart is warmed? On this final evening, the Aldersgate Service will be celebrated with Dr Watson preaching to commemorate Wesley’s heart-warming experience on May 24, 1738, and how he proclaimed the gospel for the next five decades, forming the societies that would become the Methodist Church.

Aldersgate Seminar
9 am to 1 pm, Aldersgate Methodist Church
The Rev Dr David Lowes Watson

Saturday 24 May:
Covenant Discipleship

Based on the early Methodist Class Meeting,
Covenant Discipleship is a practical way of mutual support and accountability in the Christian life. $5 registration fee; sign up at http://tinyurl.com/covenantdiscipleshipseminar

Aldersgate Praise Festival
A Celebration of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs
7.30 pm Toa Payoh Methodist Church

Sunday 25 May
With the Methodist Praise Festival Choir

The Rev Dr David Lowes Watson will share about discipleship at this year’s Aldersgate SG 2014 Convention.

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