Living Hope Methodist Church
Everything You Need To Know About Living Hope Methodist Church
Early in 1989, a group of Wesleyans who gathered for bible study in Tampines had the idea of a church. The Trinity Annual Conference moved by vision, and in August 1989 – “The Tampines Outreach Project” (TOP) got established. The inaugural Sunday service got held in St. George’s Chapel in January 1991. By November, “TOP” had 42 adult members and recognized as a local church under – Tampines Living Hope Methodist Church.
In 2001, the church’s leaders changed its name to Living Hope Methodist Church after praying to the Lord for guidance (LHMC). The LHMC members eventually found their permanent home in December 2004 when the church got blessed with a plot of land at Tampines Street 33 and the construction of the church structure. LHMC has over 300 members and offers two English and one Mandarin/Hokkien worship session each Sunday.
Living Hope Methodist Church goal is to spread hope across the surrounding community and the world. Through our outreach to East Spring Primary School, St Luke’s Eldercare Changkat, Care Corner Tampines, and Changi Prison, as well as by praying for the sick, we want to instil hope in the community. To provide hope to the Song Roi Phee Methodist Centre, an outreach organisation located outside of Bangkok, Thailand, we are collaborating with the Methodist Missions Society.
As we yield fruit for Christ, people hear God’s call to know and follow Christ and depart with a deep and unwavering conviction to demonstrate His love to one another and others.
The opportunity for pastoral care, nurturing, and mentoring exists inside each cell group. So that every disciple gets converted to become more and more like Christ, actual connections might develop there.
The cycle of the four G’s provides insight into the idea of discipleship through cell groups:
Gathering: Introducing newcomers and helping them become a part of the church through cell groups.
To lay a solid basis for the proclamation of God’s message.
By giving cell members the ministry abilities they need to lead and serve others as “a royal priesthood,” we may “grow” as a body in spiritual maturity into Christ (1Peter 2:9).
Go to gain the ability to multiply as disciples training new disciples.
Our Children’s Ministry, Mighty Kidz, is dedicated to serving kids between the ages of 2 and 12. Our team of devoted instructors is committed to bringing up our young children in a way that they will know and follow Jesus.
We think that by sowing the seeds of truth in our children’s hearts, we may help them realize the full potential that God has given them. Through our weekly Bible teaching, life application lectures, and activities, we emphasize the Word, Prayer, and Worship while also making learning enjoyable.
We have a youth ministry called Generation for Christ. The vast of our young people, between the ages of 13 and 18, reside in Tampines, Pasir Ris, Simei, and Bedok estates! So don’t be shocked if you see a classmate among us.
Cell Leaders’ (CLs’) and Assistant Cell Leaders’ (AGLs’) responsibility is to watch over their Cells. They are responsible for pastoral care and direction to their cell members so they might become devoted followers of our Lord Jesus Christ.
God wants shepherds to feed the flock, lead them to rest, find the lost, gather the dispersed, sew up the broken, and strengthen the ill, according to Ezekiel 34:1–16, which describes the duties of a shepherd.
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