UNITING IN PRAYER WITH THANKSGIVING AS CHRISTMAS NEARS
Date/Time - 23 Nov (Thursday), 7.30 p.m.
Venue - St Andrew’s Cathedral, 11 St Andrew’s Road, S(178959)
The Celebrate Christmas in Singapore (CCIS) event was started in 2004 by a handful of Christians who wanted to bring the message of peace and joy of Christmas back into an otherwise commercialised occasion. Through the years, this annual event held at Orchard Road became a hallmark of the Christian community in Singapore in reaching out and blessing the community with the message of love.
As we look forward to another CCIS programme in 2017, come join the Body of Christ as we start the Advent season with a Prayer and Thanksgiving Service!
Organised by Celebrate Christmas in Singapore (CCIS).
RSVP at ccis.sg/invitation-to-prayer-thanksgiving-service-2017 as there are limited spaces available.
RESTORING THE WONDER OF GOD’S GLORY IN YOUNG WOMEN’S LIVES
Date/Time - 21-22 Dec (Thursday-Friday), 9.00 a.m. – 6.30 p.m.
Are you feeling increasingly bored, disillusioned and hopeless?
The theme for this year’s Kallos Conference – ‘His Glory, Our Wonder’ – came out of an inspired desire to restore the wonder of God’s glory in the lives of young ladies. Come find out how an awakened wonder can restore your self-image and love for God’s Word, and to be delighted in His majesty, while discovering your true identity and understanding that you are set apart for a God-given destiny.
Organised by Kallos.Fees: $45. Group of 5 gets $5 off/person To register and purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.kallos.com.sg/kallosconf2017 or follow Kallos on Facebook or Instagram @kallosmag for updates.
Date/Time - 30 Oct (Monday), 7.45 p.m. – 9.30 p.m.
Venue - Jurong Christian Church Sanctuary, 2 Tah Ching Road, S(618744), Level 2
2017 marks the 500th year since the Reformation led by Dr Martin Luther in 1517. The Lutheran Church in Singapore will celebrate the 500th Anniversary of this historic event with a joint Worship Service with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Singapore. Led by Archbishop William Goh of the Roman Catholic and Bishop Terry Kee of the Lutheran Church in Singapore, the theme of the event is “From Conflict to Communion” - reflecting the desires of both churches for healing and reconciliation of the pains caused by the schism of the church during the Reformation.
Organised by The Lutheran Church in Singapore.Admission is free, but registration is required. For more information or to register, call Mr Martin Yee / Ms Winnie at 6464-6337 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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