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At the Singapore Stake Conference on Sunday, 17 September 2017, Stake President Jean-Luc Butel announced the re-organization of the ten wards in the Stake
The donation of the wheelchairs marked another milestone of partnership and cooperation between The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Jamiyah Singapore
Singapore Stake Talent Night on 17th September 2016, Saturday  'Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above.' - James 1:17
'Stake conference is particularly important for the instruction and edification of stake and ward leaders and all other members of the stake. Please... prepare spiritually for the conference and to attend all appropriate sessions.' President Russell M. Nelson All Church members and friends are invited!
Singapore Stake Conference Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th September, 2015
On Friday, 27th February 2015 7:30 PM at Singapore Stake Center, 253 Bukit Timah Road
Our 2014 theme “Hasten the Work” was evident at the Open House at the Compassvale Link Chapel held on Jan 18th, 2014.
The Tyler Castleton and Russ Dixon venture divided their third tour stop into a private concert in front of screaming fans at the Singapore Polytechnic Convention Center and a respectful, calm fireside hosted at the Singapore Stake Center.
When two large buses each carrying 80 AWWA residents rolled up to the Bukit Timah Stake Center, they were greeted by the Relief Society sisters and ushered to a beautifully decorated cultural hall where a delicious high tea was awaiting them.
A delegation of Church leaders led by Elder Kent D Watson, First Counselor in the Asia Area Presidency, paid a courtesy call on Mr Tan Tian Lai, Chairman of the Singapore Taoist Federation on 18 May 2012.
They sang resolutely the hymn: “Today, While the Sun Shines,” but little did they anticipate that about an hour later they would meet a heavy thunder storm and lightning.
Elder Perkins addressed the congregation and cited his wonderful experience at the Open House.
he donation of the Humphrey® FDT Visual Field Instrument was a humanitarian project by the Church to meet the needs of people who are suffering from deteriorating vision and who are at risk of losing their vision.