Happenings

Church Diary

Jul 2012    

Hokkien Gospel Sunday at PLCMC
July 29 (Sunday), 10 am
Venue: Paya Lebar Chinese Methodist Church, Level 4 Sanctuary
Theme: The Most Blessed Life
Speaker: Rev Lim Kok Heng (Anglican Senior Pastor) For information and registration, call 6286-7243 / email plcmc@singnet.com.sg

‘Help, Lord, I’m hard of hearing!’
July 7, 14, 21, 28 and Aug 4, 18, 25 (Saturdays), 9.30 am to 12.30 pm
Venue: Fairfield Methodist Church, Kuehn Hall
Speaker: Mrs Lee Joo Choo
Cost: $30 (includes materials and refreshments)
For information and registration, call 6221-7394 / email mail@fairfieldmc.org

Crisis relief training
A course about “Church Response in a time of Crisis and Disaster”.
July 13 (Friday), 9 am to 9 pm and July 14 (Saturday), 9 am to 6 pm
Venue: Pool Terrace Room, Young Women’s Christian Association Speakers: The Rev William Sam, Mr Kelvin Koh, Dr Adrian Tan, Ms Christina Phung, Ms Rosalia Mahendran and Ms Hannah Loy
Cost: $140 per person (includes meals). 50% subsidy available for participants from Methodist Churches. Register online at http://www.wesleymc.org and send a cheque payable to “Wesley Methodist Church” to Ms Rosalia Mahendran, Wesley Methodist Church, 5 Fort Canning Road, Singapore 179493.

Sharing on holistic care

Wesley Breast Cancer Support Group celebrates its 10th Anniversary with a seminar titled “Holistic care: Learning to stay healthy”.
July 7 (Saturday), 2.30 pm to 5.40 pm Venue: Wesley Methodist Church, L4 Hall
Speakers: A survivor and her caregiver, and Dr Ho Gay Hui and Dr Soh Lay Tin
Cost: $6
For information and registration, call Ms Evelyn Chua at 6837-8612 / email evelync@wesleymc.org

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