Coming Up

Debut Concert Methodist Festival Choir

Oct 2013    

More than 70 choristers will debut as the Methodist Festival Choir in a performance this December in an Advent concert, “The End and the Beginning”.

Prior to this – the Choir will also sing at the Closing and Ordination Service of the 38th Session of the Trinity Annual Conference on November 21 at Paya Lebar Methodist Church.

“Our worship presentation will follow the different Sundays of Advent, and the audience can expect choral anthems, hymns, carols, scripture readings and prayers,” said Resident Conductor, Mrs Wong Lai Foon. “We’ll be rehearsing diligently over these three months, and we look forward to blessing as many other people as we can through this debut concert.”

Artistic Director, Mrs Judith Mosomos, added: “We’ve been so encouraged by the enthusiastic response with church members in our community coming forward to dedicate their time and effort to this new ministry. Our aim is to promote good sacred choral music, and to musically support our Church’s many special events. We now look forward to welcoming many more new singers for our 2014 season.”

JOIN * the Methodist Festival Choir for its 2014 season. Contact the Methodist School of Music at 6767-5258 or msm@msmusic.edu.sg

Dr Evelyn Lim is the Vice-Principal (Musical Arts) of the Methodist School of Music.

REACH OUT

Giving Time to Bless Others

Giving Time to Bless Others

Nov 2018     Looking ahead to The Giving Methodist (TGM) 2019, we chatted with two first-time volunteers during this year’s TGM. Phyllis Han works full-time in human resources and worships at Charis Methodist Church. I heard an announcement about TGM in my church and thought it would be a good way to start...
LAOS DISASTER RELIEF: AID FOR THE AIDERS

LAOS DISASTER RELIEF: AID FOR THE AIDERS

Nov 2018     A hydroelectric dam in Southeast Laos collapsed on 23 July 2018, leading to widespread destruction and displacement of villagers throughout the province of Attapeu. In the days following the disaster, more than 3,000 Lao people clung from trees and rooftops as they awaited rescue. At least 31 died and scores are...