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Sundays on the Mount (SOTM) Formation Series

Calling young people aged from 16 to 35 years old!

SOTM is back with a new formation series! Join us on a 10 week journey through The Acts of the Apostles

Sessions will be held weekly from 4 Oct to 1 Nov & 15 Nov to 13 Dec, 10:30am to 1:00pm. This upcoming formation series will see us diving deeper into scripture and its application in our everyday lives.

Registration is now open! Don’t be shy, bring a friend along!

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Treasure#12: Finding the True Treasure

Where are we at, and where are we going? What are we truly seeking?

“Coming into the retreat, I felt God was distant, and had trouble finding a connection with faith. Through my time in the retreat, I discovered that our good God is very present and alive in me. He had always been waiting for me; seeking me out even when I was far away. For the first time, I felt truly loved. As I opened my heart to Christ, I discovered my true treasure in Him; more precious that any other treasures of the world. My life is transformed as I continue to seek Him first in every aspect of my life.” (Carolyn Lau, Treasure10 participant)

As young working adults, we may be overwhelmed by the cares of the world. This November, we invite you to come away to spend time with the Lord; to recalibrate and discover your treasure in Christ! Join us for the Treasure12 retreat, happening from 5-8Nov 2020.

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Reading Prompt: Ephesians 1-2

 

We begin our reading plan on the Letter of St Paul to the Ephesians today!

Did you know that although the letter seemed to be addressed to the church in Ephesus, many regard the letter as a “circular letter” sent to a number of churches in Asia Minor, where Paul was preaching for over two years!

The Letter of St Paul to the Ephesians is a letter about the church. St Paul writes that Jesus Christ is the head of the church, and the church is to be an instrument to make known God’s plan of salvation. The chapters also emphasise the importance of unity in the church which is God’s household and what this new life in Christ is all about.

Over the next few days, we invite you to read chapters 1 and 2 of Ephesians! In these chapters, St Paul writes about God’s plan of salvation. What is God saying to you as you read St Paul’s words?

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Ordinary Time Growth Series

Ordinary Time Growth Series: Keep Your Eye on the Prize

by Melissa Foo (second from left) The current season of Ordinary Time may seem like a non-event and of lesser significance, but it is far from ordinary. It is a season where we are called to growth and purification, and remains the longest season of the liturgical calendar. Yet, the reality of this season is

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