Prepare for Worship (29 Mar 2020)
How does my judgement of other believers reveal my heart-obedience to Jesus Christ?
Call to Worship: Psalm 125:1-2
"Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion,
which cannot be moved, but abides forever.
As the mountains surround Jerusalem,
so the Lord surrounds his people,
from this time forth and forevermore."
In response to the latest advisory from our government, our worship services will be suspended with immediate effect till end of April. We encourage all members and worshippers to participate in worship online through livestreaming via our YouTube channel.
Although we cannot physically gather as a church, let us continue to encourage and care for one another (Heb 10:24-25). Get in touch with members whom you have not seen recently, especially those who are vulnerable. Continue to pray for one another.
Above all, let’s press on in love. The current health crisis does present us with many opportunities to serve one another, so let’s do so with the grace that God provides.
In this time of fear and anxiety, let us take courage from the unchanging truth that “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in times of trouble. Therefore we will not fear….” (Ps 46:1-2)
Here is the live-streaming for you to participate in worship and if you gather with your family, CG or small group, do remember to keep the size to 10 or below and observe a safe distance of 1m:
You can also download the songs here.
GOD'S WORD IN WORSHIP
While we cope and adjust to the changes in the recent weeks, we thank God that He is the same yesterday, today and forever, that His word still stands and continues to be preached. We thank God for Pastor Oliver, who will be bringing His word to us this Sunday. His sermon is titled "Fruit and Foundations" taken from Luke 6:37-49. Please pray that God will use him to bring words of encouragement and hope to us and pray for us to come with hearts that are tender and obedient to His word.
PRAYING FOR THE COMMUNITY
With the rising number of cases globally, healthcare systems are overwhelmed and struggling to cope, and some on the verge of crumbling so let us remember to pray for the nations as they seek to contain the spread with their resources. Pray also for those who are in the frontline, the healthcare workers, that God will protect them as they give of themselves to serve their people. Pray for our church as we adjust to the new precautionary measures that we will remain safe and secure in our Rock and Redeemer and trusting in His faithfulness. Even though we cease physical gatherings, let's remember to look out and pray for one another, love and care for people, holding out the gospel during this time. For some updates and announcements, please refer to this week's ministry guide.