The fifth biennial Trinity Lectures addresses the topic of the absence and presence of Jesus so that we may be enriched in our understanding of how Jesus is present with us. The rationale of this ongoing series is to bring the best of Christian scholarship to address topics relating to our walk and witness as ordinary churchgoers and Christians in Singapore.
Professor Markus Bockmuehl, the Dean Ireland Professor of Biblical Exegesis at Oxford University, has been invited to be the speaker. The highly accomplished and widely published NT scholar is especially known for his research on Paul and Peter.
Lecture 1: The Pauline Problem: Where is Jesus Now?
Lecture 2: Seeing Jesus: Vision and Transformation
Lecture 3: Jesus and the Canonical Paul
Lecture 4: The Present Jesus and the Footprint of the Absent Paul
Eng Bong cycling nearly 100km on 8 Aug 2020 to raise funds for MWS Bethany Nursing Home - Choa Chu Kang. “As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace.” (1 Peter 4:10) At an age where most people are...
Through MMS, and despite facing tough times themselves, Singaporean believers contributed support for those affected by COVID-19 at SMS. The school celebrates Singapore’s National Day every year. This banner is made up of close to a hundred cards expressing well wishes for Singapore. Being able to run our summer programme...