Month: March 2021

From heralds of “Hosanna” to cries of “Crucify him”

Dear BPCWA worshipper, We are somewhat familiar with what happened on Good Friday more than 2000 years ago.  However, what happened on the days before Good Friday?  Today, we want to look at the Sunday before that, a day which is often referred to as “Palm Sunday”, the first day of the Passion week.  The fulfillment of Messianic prophecy.  Adults and Sunday school children are

A recap of our rededication vows

Dear BPCWA worshipper, Last week, many of us stood together to rededicate ourselves afresh to serve Him with greater commitment and purity in the year ahead.  The returns of signed forms are required for everyone who is serving in key roles in the church. This is a good annual reminder of whom we serve, and how He should be served.  Since it is important that

Not just any other Rededication Sunday

Dear BPCWA worshipper, This year, as in many other years previously, we will once again rededicate ourselves to our Lord with our Rededication Sunday vows. As a vow, this is not to be taken lightly, but I want to take this pastoral to help us to realise how meaningful this should be to us. Who should be standing up to take the vows together with

Church Study Series: BPCWA History

Dear BPCWA worshipper, In February 2021, BPCWA passed 35 years since her founding in 1986.  Much has occurred during these 35 years.  Many of our worshippers have shared with me snippets of stories about our church history.  Even people I’ve met from churches outside of the BP circle here know of some of the turmoils BPCWA has gone through.  BPCWA has had its share of