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SERVICES THIS WEEKEND

Cornerstone CNY Services

It’s Chinese New Year weekend and here’s a reminder of our services this week:

We’ll be taking a CNY Break this weekend at both Cornerstone Katong and Bugis. Join us instead for our CNY services on Thur and Fri (19-20 Jan), 7.30pm at Cornerstone Katong. 

19 Jan (Thur) • 7.30pm: On-site Bilingual Service with Mandarin Translation
20 Jan (Fri) • 7.30pm: On-site English Service with Livestream via FB & YT

CSCCKidz services will be available for kids between 3-12 years old on Friday at Cornerstone Katong. 

Here’s to a Blessed CNY with your family and loved ones.

Cornerstone CNY Services

It’s Chinese New Year weekend and here’s a reminder of our services this week:

We’ll be taking a CNY Break this weekend at both Cornerstone Katong and Bugis. Join us instead for our CNY services on Thur and Fri (19-20 Jan), 7.30pm at Cornerstone Katong. 

19 Jan (Thur) • 7.30pm: On-site Bilingual Service with Mandarin Translation
20 Jan (Fri) • 7.30pm: On-site English Service with Livestream via FB & YT

CSCCKidz services will be available for kids between 3-12 years old on Friday at Cornerstone Katong. 

Here’s to a Blessed CNY with your family and loved ones.

SPEAKER
Ps. Yang Tuck Yoong

SERMON TITLE

The Cross, The Crook and The Crown

My focus this weekend is on Psalm 23, which is considered the most beloved of all psalms. Several prophets we personally know have declared that this is the psalm for 2023. This magnificent psalm was written by King David, not in his early years, as most people assume, but in the latter years of his life, as David reflected on all he had gone through. He realised that through it all, the Lord had been watching over him faithfully as a shepherd does over his sheep.

SPEAKER
Ps. Daphne Yang

SERMON TITLE

At The End, It Shall Speak

Do you know that the end of every time-period is divinely ordained for God’s best blessings for your season? Habakkuk testifies that the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie. How can we stay in our assignment and maximise our life in the Kingdom of God?

SPEAKER
Ps. Yang Tuck Yoong

SERMON TITLE

The Cross, The Crook and The Crown

My focus this weekend is on Psalm 23, which is considered the most beloved of all psalms. Several prophets we personally know have declared that this is the psalm for 2023. This magnificent psalm was written by King David, not in his early years, as most people assume, but in the latter years of his life, as David reflected on all he had gone through. He realised that through it all, the Lord had been watching over him faithfully as a shepherd does over his sheep.

SPEAKER
Asst. Ps. Elijah Chan

SERMON TITLE

Giant of Sloth

Sloth is less about laziness, but having sheer apathy in the face of the known will of God. It’s the state of being indifferent to something that should otherwise stir and provoke you. The saying goes that cooling down a fanatic is easier than warming up a corpse. When a person ceases to care, he ceases to attempt change. The Bible describes such a person as being haughty in his self-appraisal, yet his vineyard is in disrepair. Such a posture is a sin and must be dealt with ruthlessly and consistently.

SPEAKER
Ps. Lim Lip Yong

SERMON TITLE

A Biblical Way To Approach A New Year

The start of a new year is always exciting. As Christians, we all want a word for the year and to know what lies ahead. Financial pundits seek to predict the markets, sports commentators assess the chances of sporting teams, and the church often joins in to try to peek into the future. However, this is really a foreign concept from a Biblical standpoint. How then does God’s Word tell us about starting a new year?

SPEAKER
Ps. Lim Lip Yong

SERMON TITLE

A Biblical Way To Approach A New Year

The start of a new year is always exciting. As Christians, we all want a word for the year and to know what lies ahead. Financial pundits seek to predict the markets, sports commentators assess the chances of sporting teams, and the church often joins in to try to peek into the future. However, this is really a foreign concept from a Biblical standpoint. How then does God’s Word tell us about starting a new year?

SPEAKER
Ps. Yang Tuck Yoong

SERMON TITLE

The Cross, The Crook and The Crown

My focus this weekend is on Psalm 23, which is considered the most beloved of all psalms. Several prophets we personally know have declared that this is the psalm for 2023. This magnificent psalm was written by King David, not in his early years, as most people assume, but in the latter years of his life, as David reflected on all he had gone through. He realised that through it all, the Lord had been watching over him faithfully as a shepherd does over his sheep.

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