Happenings

Ministers meet Christian leaders at closed-door session on national security

Jan 2017    

On 14 Oct 2016, the ETHOS Institute™ for Public Christianity conducted a closed-door meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean (fourth from left) and Minister Tan Chuan-Jin (third from left) on terrorism and national security. About 180 key clergy and leaders from the Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Protestant churches attended the meeting. In attendance were also leaders from major Christian organisations and principals of Bible colleges and seminaries.

Story and photo courtesy of ETHOS Institute™ for Public Christianity

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A changing and challenging missions landscape

A changing and challenging missions landscape

Jun 2018     The Methodist Missions Society (MMS), as the missions agency of The Methodist Church in Singapore (MCS), is the resource provider and facilitator in missions for our Methodist churches. In partnership with Singapore Methodist churches, MMS has been sending out missionaries over the last 26 years in obedience to the Great...
Home hospice care: More than you imagined

Home hospice care: More than you imagined

Jun 2018     With death being a taboo subject in Singapore, conversations about palliative care for the terminally ill tend to remain off-limits until they are absolutely necessary. Dr Andy Lee, acting head of MWS Home Hospice, debunks five common misconceptions his team encounters: A hospice is a medical facility to care for...