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Join Us for Worship: Sundays at 11 a.m.

Next Worship Service

Sunday 22 May 2022
6th Sunday of Easter

Scripture:John 5:1-18
Message: “The Risen Lord of the Sabbath”
Preacher:Rev. Lian Chin-Siong

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***Special Notice***

Hello brothers and sisters in Christ! May the peace of Christ be with you!Due to the new developments of Covid 19, here’s the updated safety measures of the church.

1. Prior entry to the Church, please make sure you have your masks properly worn, scan QR code to complete your real name registration, disinfect your hands with alcohol and have your temperature taken. Lifts are only allowed a maximum of 6 persons and please refrain from speaking inside the lift.

2. All food and drinks are prohibited inside the church compound.

Let’s do our very best to adhere to these regulations as we worship God on Sunday!

SLPC English Ministry Pastor Vacancy Announcement

Position Overview
The English Pastor shall serve as the spiritual and administrative leader of the serving Ministry (English Ministry; or EM), feeding, leading and nurturing the sheep. This person’s main responsibilities will be to communicate God’s Word, minister to spiritual needs and provide biblical leadership for the ministry and shall work in a spirit of cooperation with the SLPC Senior Pastor, the Pastoral Team, the EM committee, the members of the Session, Elders and deacons, the coworkers of EM, and other administrative staff.

The Pastor shall serve for full term service, which in principle shall take 40 hours per week for the performance of Pastoral duties and responsibilities.Work hours include sermon preparation and Sunday worship.

Knowledge / Experience
• Native English speaker
• Aged 60 yrs and below
• Ordained in a church in ecumenical communion with the Presbyterian Church of Taiwan.
• Master of Divinity or equivalent.
• Experience in pastoral ministry and counseling.

How to apply
Please forward your cover letter, resume alone with three references, to: emcaresforyou@gmail.com

SLPC is in the process of updating its membership records to include all active members (regular attendance and/or tithing). Please review and update your membership information accordingly. If you have not leave your contact info before, we encourage you to leave it. The information you provide is confidential and for SLPC records only.

We are looking for people who are willing to join our AV team to help us every Sunday morning. Email: emcaresforyou@gmail.com for more info.

Bible Verse for the Week

John 10:11a,27–28a
“I am the good shepherd. My sheep listen to my voice;I know them, and they follow me.
I give them eternal life, and they will never perish.”


Loving One Another

(John 13:31-35)

I was raised by my grandfather in Kiribati and I remember how I used to go with my grandfather attending various village meetings and functions inside the ‘Maneaba’. The ‘Maneaba’ is a meeting hut that plays an important role in the lives of the Kiribati people. If you understand the meaning of the word ‘Maneaba’ you will also understand how the ‘Maneaba’ function in our Kiribati tradition. The word ‘Maneaba’ is literary shaped from two significant words. The first word is ‘manea’, which means accommodate, preserve or to take good care and the other word is ‘aba’ that can be translated as land or people. The ‘Maneaba’ is a society household where we discuss all matters concerning each household of the village or society to find solutions. It is also a place for society to celebrate special occasions such as welcoming visitors who are new in our society. Therefore, the ‘Maneaba’ becomes a space where we share laughter and sorrow, which builds a strong relationship with each other; and I believe that this is how we have love for one another. God in His creation we are accommodated, the abundant of His blessings our lives are preserved by His creation, God saw all of this and it was good, so true, we have and will always be in the goodness of God’s care. It is through the love of God in Christ Jesus that we are saved, and we are commanded to imitate the love of God to love one another so that we might share joy in baring one’s burden and to be truly known as Christ disciples. This is how we should live in the household (Maneaba) created by God. It is love that reveals our identity as Christ’s disciples; without love for one another, we will never find peace with each other. It is from our own human desires that created chaos in the household (Maneaba) of God. The household (Maneaba) that God created is in need of our love to share in the household of God. We are now experiencing a pandemic where people are informed to follow health procedures for the safety of themselves and for others, but still, some are not following orders. War broke out between neighboring nations where many have lost their loved ones; families are in need of shelter, food and drink. We are living in a household (Maneaba) of God that is in need of our love for another to prevent and stop issues that are tearing apart the lives of those who live in the household (Maneaba) of God.