Baptism & Membership
BAPTISM AND MEMBERSHIP CLASS 2022 - PENTECOST SUNDAY BAPTISM (5 JUNE 2022)
Class details: Sunday, 2:00pm-3:30pm (via Zoom)
|24 April 2022||Christian Beliefs / Salvation|
|1 May 2022||FMC / MCS structure|
|8 May 2022||John Wesley and Methodism|
|15 May 2022||Growing in Christ|
|22 May 2022||Sacraments (Holy Comm/Baptisms)|
Registration closing date: 17 April 2022
Please download the form, fill it in and submit it to the church office.
“Baptism is an initiation into the Church and in relationship with God through Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit. It has several important layers of meaning – it is a sacrament and a means of grace, and an outward sign through which we receive God’s goodness.”
(taken from The Methodist Church – Baptism )
As you prepare for baptism and membership, please note the dates and venue for the classes and attend them. (info for classes to be updated along the way).
The heart of our bereavement team is to offer help in your season of grief.
If your spouse, child, parent, sibling or grandparent has passed on, we are here to comfort, and assist you and your family during this difficult time.
At your request, our team can provide practical help in planning your loved one’s funeral and/or arranging pastoral support. Please call us at (65) 6293 8757
The flock of God need to be well-shepherded.
Visitation is an important aspect of church ministries. It helps brothers and sisters to experience the care and love from the spiritual family. Visitation helps the church to know God’s flock better; enable all to be built up spiritually through worship, reading and sharing of God’s words together. Besides, praying together also helps to learn to commit every aspect of life to God, to look up to God and to put our trust in Him.
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“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” – Philippians 4:6-7