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51 Cuppage Road #09-01
Singapore 229469
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Singapore 237994
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51 Yishun Central 1,
Singapore 768794
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1 Woodlands Square
Singapore 73809
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News

Resurrection Sunday 2014

Sunday, 20 April 2014 marked a special Resurrection Sunday celebration. Thousands of church members arrived early at all our service venues to celebrate our risen Lord and His victory over death.

The service began with a spectacular live performance which seamlessly fused a series of video projections. It was then followed by a grand exaltation of Jesus' sacrificial death and resurrection by a chorus of singers and an orchestra of musicians.

In the backdrop, poignant scenes of Jesus’ sufferings from the movie The Passion Of The Christ played up the day's theme that revolved around Jesus’ victory over death and the enemy. A session of praise and worship continued as the church lifted up the name of Jesus.

In his Resurrection Sunday sermon, Senior Pastor Joseph Prince reiterated Christ’s overpayment of our sins that gave us perfect forgiveness. Pastor Prince also declared that believers are now free from the fear of death because Jesus has removed death’s sting by dying on the cross!

To bring home the message why we can be seated with Christ, Pastor Prince shared an awe-inspiring animated video presentation of what happened to Jesus during His final hours on the cross. Minutes of silence filled the service venues as the congregation watched the divine exchange take place with sin, death and sickness imputed to Jesus in exchange for our righteousness, eternal life and wholeness in Him.

The church also celebrated a double piece of good news when it was announced that the service would be broadcast on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) across America and the world. You can catch the programme Joseph Prince Easter Special on *Monday, 21 April 2014 at 12.30pm (Singapore Time).

*Pacific Time: Sunday, 20 April 2014 at 9.30pm

 


2014 Chinese New Year Celebrations

Sunday, 2 February 2014 marked the third day of the Chinese New Year and a day of celebrations in the house of God! Festivities began as the worship team broke into exuberant worship and first up on the list was a light-hearted Hokkien piece — Jin Jia Ho or Truly Good. Worshippers swayed and clapped to the beat as they sang the words that testified of a blessed life in Christ Jesus.

To add to the festive vibe, our Worship and Visual Arts ministries servers combined Chinese painting with traditional dance and music. Throughout the performance, everyone was enthralled by the melodious, crystalline music from the gu zheng that sublimely complemented the mellow, wafting sound of the flute.

One of the highlights of the day, was the screening of New Creation Church’s first-ever short film, Home. “The story is very touching and the message really hit home,” shared Janine Tan, a churchgoer.

This thought-provoking film revolved around Martha, a homemaker who had lost sight of life’s true treasures in her busy preparation for Chinese New Year. As the story unfolded, people’s hearts were warmed as they were once again reminded of God’s precious gift of family.

Pastor Mark Ng also came on to deliver God’s rhema Word for the season with his trademark sense of humour, unveiling Jesus with lively anecdotes and analogies. Faith was raised as Pastor Mark declared that with Jesus, the bright and morning star, in their lives, believers are marked for a lifetime of blessings.

The two celebration services culminated in a special New Year blessing over the people.

 


Vision Sunday 2014

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Anticipation filled the air as tens of thousands of churchgoers gathered at our service venues all across the island on 5 January 2014.

The first Sunday of the year commonly known as Vision Sunday, has special significance for New Creation Church. Years ago, Senior Pastor Joseph Prince received a mandate to deliver God’s rhema word for the year at the start of the year and 2014 was no exception.

The service opened in pitch darkness and burst into a dazzling display of multi-coloured lights. Laser beams blazed from all corners of the stage and danced to the high-energy background music.

As the music gathered momentum, another surprise was underway as Visual Arts servers took position for their dance performance. Through the use of LED light suits, the dancers emerged and vanished into the dark within split seconds. With every perfectly executed step, the performers’ sleek popping dance moves left the roaring crowd wanting for more!

The highlight of the day took place when Pastor Prince came on and declared 2014 to be the year of greater glory. Expounding from Isaiah 60, Pastor Prince exhorted the congregation to keep their hopes high as they are called to be God’s beckoning light on this earth.

The services ended with a bang as the Worship Ministry performed a rock rendition of the classic hymn, How Great Thou Art. The lyrics of the song, “Then sings my soul… How great Thou art” resonated in the hearts of the churchgoers as they made their way out with a confident expectation of what God would do in 2014.  

 

 


Thanksgiving Service 2013

“It is the year of open doors when He opens, no man can shut… and when He shuts, no man can open!”

On the first Sunday of 2013, Senior Pastor Joseph Prince proclaimed that 2013 would be the year of the key of David, and Jesus would open doors of blessings and shut doors of harm for His people.

Fast forward 12 months later, on Sunday, 29 December 2013, our congregation gathered at our various service venues to give thanks and remember God’s faithfulness in bringing His Word to pass.

The service unfolded with a melodious piano recital. As the pianist hit the last note, all eyes turned to the screen where the key of David began to unlock all the doors that were tightly shut. This significant move brought fond reminders that Jesus is working behind the scenes and opening doors of God’s untold blessings for His people.

During Holy Communion, Pastor Lawrence Lim led the congregation in giving thanks to God and recounted the many blessings the church had experienced in the year. Truly, there had been much to give thanks for. In the second half of 2013, Pastor Prince’s Facebook “likes” hit more than 1.6 million and his new book, The Power Of Right Believing, was ranked second on the New York Times Bestseller list!

In his thanksgiving message, Pastor Prince exhorted the people in taking their rightful place as the redeemed ones of the Lord. The service ended at an all-time high as Pastor Prince led the congregation in bringing their three prayer requests to the Lord.

 


Christmas Service 2013

Sunday, 22 December 2013, called for double celebrations as about 38,000 people celebrated Christmas at our various service venues. This day also marked the first anniversary of our move into The Star Performing Arts Centre (The Star PAC).

As the theatre curtains drew open, everyone was transported into the heavenly realm where they listened in on a discussion among the heavenly hosts.

"Mary accepted her mission to give birth to the Messiah...checked."

"Joseph took Mary as his bride...checked."

The list went on as Archangel Michael led the angels in one final round of checks on every detail surrounding the Messiah's birth.

As the angelic hosts grew excited over the impending earth-breaking event, a burning question arose: Where would the King of kings be born?

The story ended with a twist as all heavens watched in disbelief that the darling of heaven would choose to be born in a lowly manger.

At this point, worship leader, Adeline Gan, took centre stage singing the piece, You Laid Aside Your Majesty, bringing to remembrance Jesus' humble beginnings that made God accessible to all mankind.

Tying in with the theme, Majesty In A Manger, Senior Pastor Joseph Prince shared in his Christmas message the significance of the Lord's name, Immanuel, which means "God with us". Pastor Prince further ensured the congregation that with God on their side, they can reign in life.

The festive mood lifted a few notches when Pastor Prince and the worship team broke into Christmas carols and the congregation joined in. These celebratory scenes repeated themselves throughout the day during our four English services at The Star PAC, Marina Bay Sands and our three cinema venues at GV Marina, GV Grand and Cathay Cineplex Causeway Point. Our Chinese Ministry, The Zone and Rock Kidz were part of the celebrations too with Christmas-themed mascots, performances and carols.