Despite the ongoing pandemic, the current restrictions allowed us to hold our annual Watchnight service in 2021. It was held both in-person and livestreamed, and many GBC worshippers gathered together in the sanctuary or in homes to reflect on the past year. The theme of the service was, "waiting for the fulfilment of God’s promised hope", and the testimonies, songs o...Keep Reading
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At the end of last year and the start of this new year, the elders shared some aspirations for the church at our Watchnight service and QCM. Bibianna reflects on the first aspiration on Christlikeness and how it is lived out together as a church....
Despite the ongoing pandemic, the current restrictions allowed us to hold our annual Watchnight service in 2021. It was held both in-person and livestreamed, and many GBC worshippers gathered together in the sanctuary or in homes to reflect on the past year. The theme of the service was, "waiting for the fulfilment of God’s promised hope", and the testimonies, songs of praise and discussion questions helped all who attended reflect on how they have been waiting this year. ...
In this series, we will be understanding prayer using the A.C.T.S model, which is derived from the Lord's Prayer. The model has the following elements: adoration, confession, thanksgiving and supplication. Over the next month, we will be looking at prayers in the Bible and how they teach us to pray. ...
A week ago on 25th November, Americans celebrated their annual Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving is often a time where people also take the opportunity to spend quality time with family and express their gratitude to one another. What about us as Christians? Do we give thanks to our God? If yes, how often? What compels you to give thanks to God or what are the things you give thanks for?...
Nicholas Quek reflects on 2020's Watch Night Service, a wonderful time of giving thanks for His grace and mercy, as well as a powerful reminder that Jesus is our one and only hope. ...Keep Reading
How has the love of Christ moved you to also love others?...Keep Reading
Neo Yi Ling shares with us how members of GBC gathered on the last day of 2019 to look back on the year that had come to an end and to look forward together to what God has in store in the coming year. ...Keep Reading
As the year comes to a close, Pastor Oliver encourages us to set aside time to reflect and prepare our hearts for the new year....Keep Reading
Four whole hours together in church to end 2018 and usher in 2019 struck many as odd, and even more as far too long. Yet as watchnight came, the hours flew by as the 100 members or so of GBC came together to share with each other how God has been so good to us the past year....Keep Reading
Pastor Eugene shares a useful list of 10 questions to ask at the start of a new year and encourages us to come together for the Watchnight service on New Year’s Eve (8pm)....Keep Reading
How might God desire you to demonstrate His love to others?...Keep Reading
Our Watchnight Service 2017, planned by the YA Ministry, was a time of special blessing and encouragement. Read about it and view some of the videos here....Keep Reading
This year's Watchnight Service will have a different format from those of previous years. Bibianna Yeo encourages us to come together as a church on 31 Dec in reflection and prayer, to mark the end of one year and the beginning of the next. ...Keep Reading
On 31 December 2016, GBC faithfully gathered for its traditional watchnight service, knowing that we have much to give thanks for....Keep Reading
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 att...Keep Reading
At Watchnight Service 2015, we saw a good mix of members, the young and "not-so-old", coming together to testify of God's goodness and grace in their lives. ...Keep Reading