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‘Called together’ to the Aldersgate Hymn Festival

May 2013    

Pray as one global Body in Christ on Pentecost Sunday as we unite in repentant and transformational prayer on May 19, 2013, the Global Day of Prayer (GDOP).

In Singapore, 17 host churches will gather to pray in seven different languages. They include:

Pentecost Methodist Church (English) 4.30 pm Toa Payoh Methodist Church (English) 4.30 pm with concurrent Children’s GDOP
Fairfield Methodist Church (Mandarin) 7.14 pm

www.gdop.sg/2013
www.globaldayofprayer.com

An Evening of Music and Spiritual Truths
Join us in a joyous celebration of a shared musical tradition and heritage as all persons called Methodists come together to remember the supernatural touch of the Holy Spirit on John Wesley’s life, and his subsequent spiritual transformation and passion for reaching the poor and the lost.

SUNDAY May 26, 2013 at 7.30 pm
Paya Lebar Methodist Church
Theme: Called Together By His Grace

Raise your voices with us as we sing well-loved hymns, as well as praise songs, supported by a contemporary band and even handbells.

We celebrate our rich hymn legacy as Methodists, in particular the works of John and Charles Wesley who were moved by the same Holy Spirit who today calls us to translate the unchangeable truths about God into the language and music of our times.

See you there!

Ms Judith Mosomos directing both choir and congregation during the 2011 Aldersgate Hymn Festival. – Methodist Message picture.

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