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“But we have renounced disgraceful, underhanded ways. We refuse to practice cunning or to tamper with God's word,
but by the open statement of the truth we would commend ourselves to everyone's conscience in the sight of God.” - 2 Cor 4:2

CERC Celebrates the 504th Anniversary of the Reformation

Writings on Martin Luther’s life and teachings

Celebrating the Reformation is a deeply personal occasion for Reformed Christians every year. The Reformation commenced in 1517 and drew to a watershed moment with Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms in 1521. Modern Protestantism was born from the Reformation and is shaped by it. Nevertheless, the church has not stopped battling with heresies both inside and outside of the church in the last five hundred years. Hence the need for the Protestant church to continue examining its doctrines and practices in order to keep reforming herself. 

This year, CERC celebrated the 504th anniversary of the Reformation on 31st October in tandem with preaching on the book of Titus as part of a two-year biblical theological series called God’s Story. It was a church-wide celebration with even the youth and children having their own Reformation celebration parties. 

Reformation Sunday is an occasion for Christians to revisit and appreciate precious church history, such as Luther’s trial at the Diet of Worms in 1521, and also to thank God for the work He is doing in His church.

Dressed in a brown faux monk outfit, the emcee, pastor-in-training Jerome Leng (pictured above) read a few selected passages

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COVID Announcement from the Pastoral Care for the Sick (PCS) Team

In October, the number of new daily COVID-19 cases had decreased from approximately 10,000 per day to 4,000-6,000 per day. With that, the government has also allowed churches to resume operations under the National Recovery Plan (NRP) on the condition that all attendees must be fully vaccinated and SOPs adhered

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The Sams Move to the UK for Further Studies

Around March 2021, Elder Sam Ye Han and his family received the sudden yet exciting news: the opportunity for Sam to further his studies abroad had finally arrived! Though the family had expected that Sam would be furthering his studies in the near future, they did not expect this opportunity

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CERC does Ephesians: Virtual, but no less missional

CERC’s sermon series on the book of Ephesians Can churching during a pandemic, especially in a virtual setting, be effective at all? CERC’s latest series on the book of Ephesians comes amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, and is part of the God’s Story: New Testament sermon series. CERC also concurrently launched

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Joel Lee Appointed as Newest Council Member

“Being faithful to Jesus in this world is very hard. Our current circumstances [as a church] are a reflection of that. I need to add to our strength, to be a pillar. As much as all our lives are before God, the pastor is a very public Christian. I feel

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CERC Celebrates the 504th Anniversary of the Reformation

Writings on Martin Luther’s life and teachings Celebrating the Reformation is a deeply personal occasion for Reformed Christians every year. The Reformation commenced in 1517 and drew to a watershed moment with Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms in 1521. Modern Protestantism was born from the Reformation and is

Read more →

Joel Lee Appointed as Newest Council Member

“Being faithful to Jesus in this world is very hard. Our current circumstances [as a church] are a reflection of that. I need to add to our strength, to be a pillar. As much as all our lives are before God, the pastor is a very public Christian. I feel

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