Posts tagged with thanksgiving

Giving Thanks for God's Steadfast Love

It's been a year since we returned to Mattar Road as a church family. On Sunday 12 August 2018 we celebrated God's goodness to Grace Baptist Church over 59 years.

Prepare for Worship (12 Aug 2018)

This week, we count it a joy and privilege to gather with our brothers and sisters from the Chinese Congregation for a combined worship, giving thanks to God in Scripture and song for being our Deliverer and Redeemer.

GBC Thanksgiving & Dedication Service 2017

On 17 Sept 2017, both the English and Chinese congregation gathered together to worship God in the newly constructed sanctuary. Neo Yi Ling recounts for us the sweet time of worship and fellowship that we enjoyed on this special day of thanksgiving.

It is Good to Give Thanks!

At this season in our church life, GBC has a lot to give thanks for. Pastor Ian reminds us that it is not only good but also appropriate to express gratitude to the One who sustains us and provides us with everything we need. He suggests four ways we in turn can respond to such a generous God.

Watchnight Service 2016: Much to Give Thanks For

On 31 December 2016, GBC faithfully gathered for its traditional watchnight service, knowing that we have much to give thanks for.

Join us for Watchnight Service!

On every New Year's Eve, the GBC family will come together for the Watchnight Servce. Pastor Arnold shares with us why we uphold this tradition and encourages us to take advantage of this great opportunity to attest to the awesomeness and goodness of God. We also spoke with two members who have been regularly attending the service on why they make the special effort to attend every year.

GBC Reformation Concert 2016: Testimonies Booklet

On 20 Nov 2016, more than a hundred GBC members gathered to watch a screening of the recent Reformation Concert and share what God had been doing in their lives through the entire preparation process. It was an encouraging time as different ones testified to God’s faithfulness as they stepped forward to participate in faith.

Encouragement and Thanksgiving

At the recent Young Adults' Retreat, our YAs set aside time to express their gratitude to various ones in their lives in order to encourage them. May such a culture of building one another up thrive in GBC!

Come Praise and Glorify Our God

We have been learning this song recently, and this song literally takes for its message themes from the epistle to the Ephesians in Chapter 1.

Young Adults' Retreat: Reflections

The Young Adults had their retreat in July, and in this post, we have 4 of them sharing their experiences, lessons learnt, and how we can continue to pray for them.

What happened at our Young Adults' Retreat?

40 of our young people spent the long weekend away for their annual retreat. It was a time to fellowship together and commune with God.

Interview with Esther Yap

Esther Yap, a GBC member, shares with us her journey in obeying Jesus, which involved her making a decision to quit her job and pursue Bible translation in missions.

Watchnight Service 2014

At the recent Watchnight Service, we gathered together to celebrate the end of a year, and heard testimonies of God's fatihfulness in the lives of families and individuals in our community.

What are you thankful for?

Members of GBC experienced a moving time of worship during the Thanksgiving celebration on 22 Nov 2014.

Interview: Watchnight Service 2014

Every year, GBC celebrates the end of the year and welcomes the next with the Watchnight Service. As 2014 draws to a close, we asked Chan Kok Pun, one of the members of the planning committee to share with us more about this year's service -- what we can expect, how we can prepare for it and why it is so important.

Thanksgiving Celebration

More than 80 members gathered together to give thanks to our Lord for what He is doing in their lives.

Interview with Pastor Arnold about Thanksgiving

In preparation for the Thanksgiving celebration to come, Pastor Arnold shares his thoughts on what it is and why the church should celebrate it.