" For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things. To Him be glory forever. Amen. " –Romans 11:36 (ESV)

1 January 2023 (Click to expand)

Order of Worship

  • Call to Worship: Psalm 52
  • Opening Prayer
  • Hymn # 256 Break thou the bread of life
  • Scripture Reading: 1 Tim 6:2-19
  • Pastoral Prayer
  • Hymn # 386 Arise, O God, and shine
  • Sermon: Luke 12:13-21
  • Lord’s Supper
  • Hymn # 396 I was a wandering sheep
  • Benediction


  • Wednesday night bible study & prayer meeting will be at 7:30pm this week at the Beardmore’s home;
  • Cry room is available at the back of the hall;
  • Please turn your mobile phones on silent so that the Lord’s worship is not interrupted;
  • Please reserve the last 2 rows for those with small children;
  • Please do not allow your children in the Sunday school rooms or play room during tea time or dinner;
  • All visitors are welcome to stay for our dinner following the worship service;
  • Young adults will meet on 6 January at 5:30pm at the Beardmore home. Please read chapter 1 of Shadow of the Cross;
  • There will be no men’s theology meeting on 7 January;  
  • Today we will observe the Lord’s Supper during our worship service, Please read what our church believes about this ordinance of Christ
    • Today at the end of our afternoon worship service we will be remembering our Saviour’s death in the celebration of the Lord’s Supper.  This ordinance was instituted personally by Christ to be observed in his churches for the perpetual remembrance and showing forth the sacrifice in his death.  It is given as a confirmation of the faith of believers in all the benefits of Christ’s death, their spiritual nourishment and growth in him, a reminder of the duties which they owe to him and a pledge of their communion with him and with each other.  Therefore, it is the privilege and duty of believers to spiritually receive and feed upon Christ crucified in this ordinance.  To that end, we warmly invite all baptised members of a local Bible-believing church to join with us in remembering our Lord.