“But we have renounced disgraceful, underhanded ways. We refuse to practice cunning or to tamper with God's word,
but by the open statement of the truth we would commend ourselves to everyone's conscience in the sight of God.” - 2 Cor 4:2
“Why does CERC preach the way it does?”
“How do the leaders seek to pastor faithfully?”
“What motivates so many young men and women to pursue full time paid ministry?”
Important questions call for informed answers.
Introducing The Lens – where we take an informed look into matters surrounding CERC’s ministry.
In this episode, we cover the bread and butter nurturing the church- our weekly preaching.
Hear from our Lead Elder Robin, Mark and Joel from the Council of Elders, our Pastor-in-Training Jerome and our General Manager Penny as they take the hot seat!View transcript →
On 15 May, CERC Kids reopened Sunday School classrooms on church premises. It was after much careful deliberation, planning, and setting SOPs in place, Sunday School teachers welcomed children from ages 2-12 back to physical classrooms. Emma, head of Children’s Ministry, said, “It’s been 2 years plus since Sunday SchoolRead more →
Baptism is the outward sign of all that God does for us in Christ. He unites us with him in his death, grants us forgiveness of sins for his sake and raises us with him to new life in the Spirit. Baptism is the proclamation of the gospel. The Church testifies to how the work of God took place in the hearts of these 21 people. Behind every baptism has a story of how the gospel was preached.Read more →
Elder Robin Gan introducing the CMA program and the four new apprentices Left to right: Elder Robin, Prisca Wong, Woo Kae Sheng, Cheryl Tan, Joel Tan “The service that God has designed for us in Genesis 1-2, we see now, the church fulfilling it. In Acts 28, we see thisRead more →
As part of our Things to Know to Read the Bible Better (TTKTRTBB) programme, our adult groups are currently going through a series of studies on English grammar so they can read the Bible better… yes, you read that right! Folks in their 20s to 60s are learning the rulesRead more →