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Central Christian Church

We are a community of believers striving to love God and love people.

We believe the Bible is the Word of God, the basis of our beliefs and practices. 

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Believing in the importance of youth being rooted in the Bible, the midweek services on Fridays are divided into 3 different sub-groups based on ages. In this way, the Bible lessons can be catered to the needs of each age-group and allowing them to apply it to their lives.

 

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Believing in the importance of youth being rooted in the Bible, the midweek services on Fridays are divided into 3 different sub-groups based on ages. In this way, the Bible lessons can be catered to the needs of each age-group and allowing them to apply it to their lives.

 

May 23 Saturday
During this pandemic, some of us feel lonely and others find it difficult to express what they feel about the situation. These unhealthy behaviors are rooted in negative thinking and are called “lifetraps” (schemas). Where did they come from?
May 7 Thursday
Apr 4 Saturday
2nd May 2020 Some healthcare workers in our church have put together some content on how to keep safe during the pandemic. We appreciate our healthcare workers and those on the front-line! 4th April 2020 Dear brothers and sisters, after the PM’s speech and the press conference yesterday spelling out the stricter “circuit breaker” measures, … Read more
Dec 20 Friday
Our Silly Fear Of Resolutions I’ve met many, including Christian leaders, who say that resolutions are useless. If they had meant that we should aspire to grow throughout the year (instead of only once a year), I would have understood their rationale, but still disagreed with their dampening of New Year Resolutions. But sadly, that’s … Read more
Sep 10 Tuesday
It is not often that anyone looks forward to four hours of toil under the sun. But talk to any of the close to 1,000 volunteers of HOPE worldwide Singapore and you’ll be surprised to hear the joy in their voices as they relate their experiences canvassing for donation on Saturday 7 September. It was HOPE’s annual flag day, and a majority of the volunteers were from the Central Christian Church. The first of three shifts hit the streets at 8am and the last shift finished 12 hours later at 8pm. Some volunteers even did more than one shift. Armed with a little tin can and a load of enthusiasm, the volunteers approached passers-by tirelessly for donations. It is so encouraging to see volunteers from a very diverse demography.