I write it with much joy that our building project, which we named Vision 2020 is no longer a vision! Not a plan, not a design, it is reality! We began dreaming, praying and planning well before 2020 to renew our aging premises to match the needs and the vision of our ministry in the present age.

God was gracious. He provided the right people to carry out the task. I do not want to mention names, for I am sure I was unable to keep account of all the people who worked and prayed faithfully in the last three years and more! But God provided us with visionary architect, efficient building experts, enthusiastic fundraising people, supportive foundations, faithful finance people, and last, but by no means least, gracious, and generous church family who willingly gave the funds for the project. We are also grateful to all the various workmen who made the dream and vision reality.

It was an amazing and encouraging teamwork! Thank you everyone! You have been an inspiration in unexpectedly hard and challenging times!

Now we can take ownership of the refurbished building, and use it for which we planned it, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ, to worship, pray and support each other with the love of God, to share fellowship, encouragement, coffee, and food together at Lunch Club, and Church Lunch, to have fun at Holiday Club, to welcome the community and organisations to carry out their activities that builds up the kingdom of God.

On Sunday 30 January we want to give thanks and dedicate the refurbished building to God. But as we, the church family are the actual spiritual building of the church, we want to dedicate ourselves afresh to God’s service. So please come, even if you stayed away for a while because of COVID, come to celebrate, to give thanks, to commit yourself to Jesus Christ afresh, to enjoy the gift of the building God entrusted into our care! Come to enjoy a slice of celebration cake and church fellowship.

How good and pleasant it is
    when God’s people live together in unity!

It is like precious oil poured on the head,
    running down on the beard,
running down on Aaron’s beard,
    down on the collar of his robe.
It is as if the dew of Hermon
    were falling on Mount Zion.
For there the Lord bestows his blessing,
    even life for evermore.

(Psalm 133)

[from GV]

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