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Founded in 1885, The Methodist Church in Singapore (MCS) is the largest Protestant denomination in Singapore. With 46 churches, 15 schools, missions and welfare agencies, MCS seeks to share the love of God and serve Him by reaching out to people in the different stages of their lives, who may speak different languages and have different needs.

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Looking at foreigners with God’s heart

Bishop’s Message “And the foreigners who join themselves to the LORD, to minister to him, to love the name of the LORD, and to be his servants, everyone who keeps the Sabbath and does not profane it, and holds fast my covenant—these I will bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my…
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Slaves and Masters, Then and Now

Bishop’s Message Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving. Colossians 3:23-24 (NIV) It is surprising that this scriptural exhortation is…
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GC 2024: Call for Petitions for the BOD

The Methodist Church in Singapore – General Conference (commonly called The Methodist Church in Singapore or MCS) will be holding the 13th Session of its plenary body, the General Conference (GC), on 2–6 September and 4–6 December 2024. This regular session of the GC is held once every four years (a quadrennium), where delegates from…
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Looking at foreigners with God’s heart

We humans tend to form cliques, and we click with those who are like us and who like us. We avoid those who are different from ourselves—who talk differently, see differently, hear differently, move differently or even think differently—and especially those who believe differently. In our minds, perhaps they are like “foreigners”.
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Whither the Church and disability ministries in Singapore?

Have you entered a church where people with and without disabilities worship God in “harmony”? Occasionally, there might be a sudden shout during worship, a person rocking back and forth during prayer, or someone running around the pews during the sermon. No one bats an eyelid. The pastor continues his preaching. There’s an occasional smile…
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