This weekend:

6 & 7 Mar (English)

Our Lent Sermon Series: Follow the Master continues this week with guest speaker, Pastor Gabriel Justin. Register now or catch our livestream on
7 Mar, 9am.

  • 01

    Nomination of New PCC members

    Our AGM will be held on 25 Apr. Please submit completed PCC nomination forms to Lydia by 4 Apr. You may download the form here: http://bit.ly/MPCC21_PCCnomination

  • 02

    Alpha @ Home

    We are looking for volunteers to serve as Hosts (i.e. open your homes to guests), Group Facilitators, Helpers for food, etc., from 17 Apr - 26 Jun. If you like to be involved in Alpha@Home or want to know more, please contact Ps Emmanuel (+65 9664 2365).

  • 03

    Women’s Walking Group (WWG)

    Date : Mar 20th 2021@ 8.30am
    Venue : Pierce Reservoir
    Register with Jessica/Jolin/Terri/Cynthia

  • 04

    Farmers Welcome

    MPCC’s rooftop hydroponic gardening has resumed. If you are interested in helping out, please contact Joshua Tan (+65 9672 2433).

  • 05

    MPCC Broadcast

    WhatsApp ‘Sub’ to this +65 8028 3145 and save it in your phone to receive timely updates.

  • 06

    When Coffee meets Bagel!

    12 Mar, 8-9.30pm @ St James' Church

    Christian on dating app? Possible pitfalls? How do we involve God in this?

    This is an onsite event at St James' Church (No 1, Leedon Road).
    Sign up here: http://tinyurl.com/CMBatSJC2021

    Desmond and You Jia are active members in St James Church. He is a financial analyst she is a paediatrician. They met each other through a dating app. They will share from their experience on how our Christian faith and values can guide the way we use this form of meeting new people and how one may build a new friendship towards the possibility of a lifelong Christian marriage.

  • 07

    On the situation in Myanmar

    We pray for a peaceful settlement to the current political crisis and safety for all. We pray for the resumption of the country's attempt to keep in step with the rest of the world and progress in her respect for justice, human rights and the flourishing of society. We also remember the Church in Myanmar and pray that she will be able to play her part towards a peaceful resolution.

    "I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people— for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness." - 1 Timothy 2:1-2

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