Month: March 2019

Are you going for the Family Camp this year?

Dear BPCWAians, Several weeks ago, we announced the respective Family camps scheduled for this year. We are having an English and a Chinese Family camp that will be held in July (7 – 11 July) and September (30 Sept – 4 Oct) respectively. With separate English and Chinese camps this year, worshippers can now choose to attend the camp and hear the messages in the

Importance of Recommitments

Dear BPCWAians, Last Lord’s Day, those who are serving in any capacity were requested to stand together and renew our vows before God regarding our service to Him. While this is something that we have been doing for many years now, I feel that it is important to highlight two key areas that especially require recommitment at BPCWA. Commitment forms for key roles. The Word

Remembering our Founding Pastor – What will you leave behind?

Dear BPCWAians, To those who have been with BPCWA for many years, the news of the homegoing of Dr Tow Siang Hwa, our founding Pastor, may have been met with sadness at the loss of a man who had become dear to many of us. Funerals are times when many memories are evoked. Many remember the precious memories and times shared with Dr Tow. Remembering

English or Chinese Prayer meeting – Which should I join?

Dear BPCWAians, As mentioned in last week’s Pastoral, we will be beginning separate English and Chinese prayer meetings from 19 March. This week, we continue answering the question “Which prayer meeting should I join?” Important criteria for choosing. Last week, we saw the importance of being able to pray comfortably in the language of the group so that all can understand and say amen in

English and Chinese Prayer meetings

Dear BPCWAians, In this week’s Pastoral letter, I wish to let you know that we shall soon begin to have both English and Chinese prayer meetings on Tuesday nights. This decision to have a Chinese prayer meeting is not a sudden decision. It has been made with careful deliberations within both the Board of Elders and the Session. After several discussions and prayerful considerations, we