How did the Sisters contribute to the 50,000 hours of community service in Singapore?
For the first time in Singapore, Iftar, the breaking of fast by Muslims during the month of Ramadan, was held in a Christian chapel on 27 May 2019.
Stake leaders visited Mount Faber to commemorate the Dedication of Singapore for the Preaching of the Gospel
Stake President Jean-Luc Butel and Church leaders held a small commemoration service on Mount Faber to celebrate this unique event.
How do you come back to Church?
What is your favourite calling? What are the benefits of a calling you love?
What lesson do you take away from a service project?
What did members of Clementi Ward and Choa Chu Kang Ward team up to do for residents in Telok Blangah?
How do you light the world for seniors?
Stake Relief Society Presidency delivered gifts to KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Jamiyah Nursing Home
The Stake Relief Society recently delievered gifts to the Jamiyah Nursing Home and the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital for Christmas.
You have heard of the target of 50,000 hours of service that members in the Stake are going to offer to the community as part of the 50th Anniversary of the Church in Singapore in 2019.
When Ms Nora Rustham, Chairperson of the Women & Family Department of Jamiyah Singapore invited the children's choir of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to sing at its 26th Annual Exemplary Mother Award Ceremony, Singapore Stake President Jean Luc-Butel promptly accepted the invitation though no Stake Children's Choir has ever being organized.
What is the Exemplary Mother Award? Who won the Exemplary Mother Award in 2018?