Happenings

PLMC’s Filipinos: ‘Tunay Kang Matapat!’ (Great is Thy Faithfulness!)

Feb 2018    

We praise and thank God that after 33 faithful years of guiding and developing The Filipino Connection (Filipino Fellowship) at Paya Lebar Methodist Church (PLMC), He has led them one big step further to become a full-fledged service as of 14 Jan 2018.

Ms Lulu Gupierrez, one of the most enthusiastic leaders who has been faithfully attending and serving in The Filipino Connection since 1993, shared: “New domestic helpers are often homesick and lonely. I always tell them we are a family here and God has a purpose for bringing them to Singapore – not just for work. We call each other on the phone and pray for each other when we have problems with our work, or when we have problems back home in the Philippines.”

The new Filipino Service is held every Sunday from 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. at the Covenant Chapel, PLMC (nearest MRT Station is Serangoon). 80 per cent of the services will be conducted in English and all are welcome!

For more information, please contact Ms Grace Phoon at grace@plmc.org.

Amy Cheong –
is the Director, Corporate Communications at Paya Lebar Methodist Church.

Photo courtesy of The Filipino Connection, Paya Lebar Methodist Church

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