OVER THE PULPIT THIS SUNDAY (14th September 2014)

WS1 (9am) & WS2 (11.15am): Seizing the Moment? [1 Kings 1:1-14] by Rev Dr Mark Chan

OVER THE PULPIT NEXT SUNDAY (21st September 2014)

WS1 (9am) & WS2 (11.15am): You Must Spare His Life [Job 2:3-10] by Bishop Emeritus Dr Robert Solomon


Click Here for Parking Lot Layout in Charis!

With effect from February 2013, driveway parking for WS2 drivers will be allowed only in the sections marked D in the parking layout. WS1 and MS drivers are reminded to vacate from the lots marked as B, C and D by 10.50am.


WS1 & MS drivers who park in the driveway and in front of the church office block during worship service hours are reminded to leave their contact details on their vehicle dashboard for ease of contact. For this purpose you may use the yellow paper slip provided at the stairway leading up to the Sanctuary. Drivers are also reminded to move their vehicles by 10.50am.

(for Ordinary Week)

We have a bus shuttle service on Sunday mornings to transport worshipers to church.
Look out for “Charis Methodist Church” sign on the bus.

A) Coming to Church in the morning
Pick-up Points:
(1) Car park in front of Eunos MRT Station along Sims Avenue,
(2) Marine Parade Community Building at 278 Marine Parade Road.

8.30 am – Pick up at Eunos MRT station
8.40 am – Pick up at Marine Parade CB
8.50 am – Arrive at Charis Methodist Church

B) Departing from Church to Marine Parade CB & Eunos MRT Station
Assembly Area: Under the porch in front of the church building

12.20 pm – Depart Charis Methodist Church
12.30 pm – Arrive at Marine Parade CB
12.40 pm – Arrive at Eunos MRT Station


Pre-Worship: 8.40am in Room 201
Post-Worship: 11.15am in Room 304

COMBINED HOLY COMMUNION SERVICE (7th September 2014, 10am)

There will be a combined Holy Communion Service on 7th September 2014 at 10am for WS1 & WS2. Mr Bob Fitts, who has a worldwide ministry in music, will be leading us in praise and worship and in the sharing of God’s Word. There will be no Sunday School classes that day so as to allow our SS/JXS students and teachers to join in the Worship Service.

The Mandarin Worship Service will commence as usual at 9am. Hence, all drivers are advised to note the parking arrangement by clicking here. The bus shuttle service will operate at the normal time schedule.



Date: 11th September 2014 (Thu)
Time: 2pm
Venue: Social Hall

Singing of hymns and oldies with Mrs Patricia Lee. All are welcomed. Refreshments will be provided.


Speaker: Mr Liew Heng San
Date: 13th September 2014 (Sat)
Time: 6.30pm 9pm (Fellowship over dinner starts at 6.30pm)
Venue: Social Hall

The title is meant to capture your attention. Whilst it is expected that members of the congregation do not visit the casino, can that be said of our friends and relatives? Or would you be tempted to step into one just to experience the atmosphere… in the cruise ship… at the famous Marina Bay?

Based on statistical facts, Mr Liew Heng San will reveal the truth on the probability of winning in casinos and gambling.

Perhaps what might be interesting in this talk is… why does a senior lay Christian have this passion to champion a cause in the context of a social evil. What can we learn from such a person, what is his motivation, what lesson can we apply?

Do join us in this session of topical talk organized by the CVL. This is definitely not a talk for seniors but for worshippers of all ages. You can invite your friends and relatives too.

About the speaker: Mr Liew Heng San serves on the Board of the Singapore Bible College and as Chairman of the World Vision Singapore Advisory Council, among other corporate responsibilities. He worships at the Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church and is married with three sons.  Prior to his retirement in 2011, Mr Liew had held the appointments of CEO of the CPF Board, Permanent Secretary(Law), MD EDB and CE of LTA.

Dinner will be catered. Please register with:
~ Richard Tan (email: rchrd.tan@gmail.com / hp: 96889672)
~ Chiang Seng Meng (email: chiangsm@singnet.com.sg / hp: 91274140)



We wish to acknowledge the frequent donations of Charis members for our Sunday Floral Offerings. These members often use this means of floral offering as an expression of thanksgiving to God in their lives. It has also been used in memory of loved ones, anniversary date etc. Their support and generosity have also greatly added to the ambiance of our weekly Sunday Services.

We have put up a weekly schedule for floral offerings on the [Church Office] notice board for your convenience. Dates for floral offerings may be chosen in advance. Do also remember to include your name, purpose and contact number on this schedule.

Please contact the church office for enquiries.


If you have enjoyed the refreshment provided and would like to contribute to this item as a service to the congregation, or as an act of thanksgiving, celebration of birthday, anniversary, baby first month or for whatever reasons that you are celebratory about, please put your name down on the Sunday Refreshment Offering Form posted on the [Church Office] notice board.

Kindly forward your cheque/cash to church office staff Thor Bee. This is a purely voluntary offering and refreshment will continue to be provided every Sunday even if no donation is forthcoming. However your contribution is always much appreciated!


This monthly communal lunch is another avenue for Charisians to bless each other. You can do so by donating towards the cost of the lunch.

Indicate your donation on the WS2 Fellowship Lunch Offering form posted on the [WS2] notice board and state the reason that you wish to be printed in the Sunday bulletin as acknowledgement. Examples are: anniversary/birthday celebration; thanksgiving; remembrance; etc.

For your donation, please use the church’s tithing envelope (available at the entrance of the Sanctuary), indicate “WS2 Fellowship Lunch Offering” and drop it into the offering bag or give it directly to the church office. Thank you for your blessings!


LCEC has approved a subsidy scheme to encourage members to upgrade their skills and Christian knowledge so as to serve God better. Application Form is available from the church office. Should you have any feedback on this scheme or any need for clarification, please speak to our Pastors or any LCEC members.

(During hours of worship)

We are putting together a list of worshippers who can provide medical assistance in an emergency, such as doctors, dentists, nurses, civil defence personnel and those certified to provide first-aid and/or CPR. Please call church office (O: 63445750) with your full name and designation, and the service you attend.

We will collate the names and phone numbers and put one list in the office and another in the ushers’ cupboard in our Sanctuary. Thanks for coming forward to volunteer your service.