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09/09/2012 09
Sep 2012

Focus on our Family

Speaker: Ps Gary Chan / Comments: 0

It’s really great to be back here at FCC. It’s been a while since I have had the opportunity to share the Word with you from this pulpit and for those of you who I may not yet have had the opportunity to meet, my name is Gary, one of […]

02/09/2012 02
Sep 2012

We Got It All Wrong

Speaker: Rev Miak Siew / Comments: 0

Psalm 15 15:1 O LORD, who may abide in your tent? Who may dwell on your holy hill? 15:2 Those who walk blamelessly, and do what is right, and speak the truth from their heart; 15:3 who do not slander with their tongue, and do no evil to their friends, […]

03/06/2012 03
Jun 2012

FCC Sunday Sermon

Speaker: Matthew Phan / Comments: 0

Reading of the passages: Isaiah 6: 1-8, and John 3: 1-17. So today I’m going to share about two rather separate things and try to tie them together. On the one hand I’m given this set of passages, which are rather difficult. The Isaiah passage is grand and miraculous, but […]

01/04/2012 01
Apr 2012

The Vulnerable God

Speaker: Ps Ngiam Su-Lin / Comments: 0

Today is Palm Sunday, the week in the liturgical calendar that marks the beginning of the last week of Lent, where we follow the series of events and experience the emotions of Jesus and his followers that lead-up to his crucifixion, death and resurrection. There are two clusters of lectionary […]

19/02/2012 19
Feb 2012


Speaker: Ps Gary Chan / Comments: 2

Building Project 2012 Download the Sermon notes in PDF here. As Rev. Miak has promised last week, we are going to be sharing today about our major project for the church in 2012 – our Church Centre Building Project. When we began preparing for this journey last year, I asked […]

22/01/2012 22
Jan 2012

Welcome Home

Speaker: Darryl Tan / Comments: 0

Good morning! My name is Darryl, and I warmly wish everyone 新年快乐!A happy and joyous Lunar New Year to one and all! Those of you with long memories will remember that I actually preached during the Lunar New Year weekend last year, which was in early Feb. That was my […]

15/01/2012 15
Jan 2012

A Literacy of the Heart

Speaker: Ps Su-Lin Ngiam / Comments: 0

Good Morning Church, and Happy New Year! I wonder how many of us have made New Year resolutions this year? I guess the resolutions would probably go along the lines of something to do with bettering ourselves, our relationships, situations in life and so on? The Christian liturgical season of […]

01/01/2012 01
Jan 2012

A New Year

Speaker: Rev Miak Siew / Comments: 0

Happy New Year. I am glad that you made it to church this morning, especially if you have spent last night celebrating and counting down. It is a New Year. Those of us who still have actual physical calendars change the old one for a new one, marking the passage […]

13/02/2011 13
Feb 2011

YOU are the Love of God (Sexual Ethics Sermon Series Part III)

Speaker: Jorg Dietzel / Comments: 0

Watch: “This is our temporary home. It’s not where we belong. Windows and rooms that we’re passin’ through. This is just a stop, on the way to where we’re going. I’m not afraid because I know this is our Temporary Home.” Temporary Home. Carrie Underwood. What does this have […]

30/01/2011 30
Jan 2011

Understanding the Sexual Ethics Framework (Sexual Ethics Sermon Series Part II)

Speaker: Ps Gary Chan / Comments: 0

Today’s sermon is the second part of a series of three sermons on sexual ethics. Last week, Su-Lin looked at sexuality and its meanings, including our historical inheritance and evolution of today’s understanding and approach to sex. If you missed the session, I would encourage you to read the transcript […]

23/01/2011 23
Jan 2011

Sex-God-Me-Us (Sexual Ethics Sermon Series Part I)

Speaker: Su-Lin Ngiam / Comments: 0

Good morning church. Today’s sermon kick-starts the first of three sermons in a series on sexual ethics. Next week, you’ll be hearing from Gary, and the week after Chinese New Year, on 13 Feb, from Jorg. Just to provide some context for the newcomers today, we as a church have […]

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