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New Creation Church

Office Address:
51 Cuppage Road #09-01
Singapore 229469
T (65) 6338 4565
F (65) 6338 5190

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All scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicated, are taken from the New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

THE STAR THEATRE

1 Vista Exchange Green
Singapore 138617
How To Get There
Sundays
8.30am | 11.30am
2.30pm | 5.30pm

MARINA BAY SANDS

10 Bayfront Ave
Singapore 018956
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Sundays
8.30am | 11.30am
2.30pm | 5.30pm

GV GRAND (GREAT WORLD CITY)

1 Kim Seng Promenade
Great World City
Singapore 237994
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Sundays
8.30am | 11.30am

GV YISHUN

51 Yishun Central 1,
Singapore 768794
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Sundays
8.30am | 11.30am

Cathay Cineplex Causeway Point

1 Woodlands Square
Singapore 73809
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Sundays
8.30am | 11.30am

SHAW THEATRES SELETAR

33 Sengkang West Avenue
Singapore 797653
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News

Father's Day Celebration 2013

To celebrate Father’s Day on Sunday, 16 June 2013, fathers in our church were treated to an original song item, Dad’s Anthem, composed by our very own Worship team. Peppered with humour, this inspiring performance by three daddies from our Visual Arts Ministry pays tribute to all the daddies in the house.

Get ready to be tickled by the hilarious performance in this video and be blessed by the special prayer Pastor Prince prayed over all the fathers at the end of our church services!

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Celebrating Chinese New Year

A spirit of joyous festivity filled the air at our service venues at The Star Performing Arts Centre, Marina Bay Sands Ballrooms and GV Marina on the first day of Chinese New Year on Sunday, 10 February 2013. Two special English services were available that morning and the celebratory programme opened with dynamic praise and worship, a blessed time of Holy Communion, followed by a video parody of a Wu Xia (martial arts genre) film and exuberant stage performances. Many congregation members also donned bright festive colours to mark the first day of the Chinese New Year celebrations.

In that atmosphere of fun and laughter, Pastor Mark Ng, a pastor in our Chinese Ministry, delivered a revelatory message which highlighted five biblical blessings — long life, prosperity, peace, a generous heart and good outcomes — the children of God can expect because of Jesus’ finished work on the cross. Expounding on the importance of right believing and the power of the spoken Word, Pastor Mark enthralled the congregation with his humorous, yet heartfelt sharing of biblical truths and personal anecdotes.

The service ended with a powerful time of prayer as Pastor Mark declared the Lord’s blessings over the congregation using Chinese New Year idioms.



Wishing everyone a blessed Chinese New Year!


Celebrating as a family at The Star


Special gu zheng performance


Pastor Mark making an entrance in a rickshaw


Pastor Mark expounding on our blessed position in Christ


Inaugural Services At The Star!

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Sunday, 23 December 2012. A day for double celebration as our church celebrated both Christmas as well as the start of English services at our new and highly anticipated service venue: The Star Performing Arts Centre!

The awesome Christmas programme, aptly themed The Star Is Born, featured a powerful opening video accompanied by flashing lasers and a majestic classical orchestra, heart-warming performances, nativity narratives and a special item by the 20-strong children’s choir.

Yet even with the dazzling lights and sounds on stage, there was no doubt that the spotlight was on Jesus, the true Star of the show. Led by the worship team, everyone present enthusiastically sang Christmas carols and songs celebrating His birth.

Pastor Prince, in his Christmas message, said that all the congregation members present were like the wise men from the East who had come to worship Jesus!

These festive and celebratory scenes replayed themselves throughout the day as our congregation members enjoyed the four English services at The Star as well as at our other service venues at Marina Bay Sands, Rock Auditorium and GV Marina.

Bye Bye, Rock

Saying goodbye is never easy. And especially so to a place that will always hold a special place in our hearts. On 16 December 2012, just one Sunday shy of our much anticipated move to The Star Performing Arts Centre (The Star PAC), New Creation Church bid an emotional farewell to Rock Auditorium as our main service venue.

The atmosphere was bittersweet: A tinge of nostalgia among our congregation when fond memories of Rock Auditorium were played, fused with an air of expectancy as we stood on the threshold of a new beginning at The Star PAC. Here are the two special videos screened during our services that day. Enjoy!

Take a walk through memory lane to see how God has been faithful to our church since the opening of Rock Auditorium in 1999.

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Here, our congregation members share how they’ve been blessed at the Rock Auditorium by Jesus, the Rock of our salvation!

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Resurrection Sunday 2012

“And because He lives, I can face tomorrow; because He lives, all fear is gone. And because I know, I know He holds the future; and life is worth the living just because He lives.”

These words resonated in the churchgoers’ hearts on 8 April as they made their way home after each of the four power-packed church services that Sunday. After all, there’s nothing like a much loved hymn to remind us of God’s perfect love as we celebrate the resurrection of Christ Jesus.

“Resurrection Sunday really touched me,” said churchgoer Natasha R. “I especially remember the skit and how all the characters were in a really bad place when Jesus stopped to save them. It definitely reminded me of how Jesus constantly saves me in the midst of my troubles!”

Key programme highlights included a stirring opening video sequence of the crucifixion, and a moving skit about a prostitute, a fisherman and a leper depicting Jesus’ lovingkindness.

However, it was the insightful sermon delivered by Senior Pastor Joseph Prince that drove home the grace-filled message proclaiming our righteousness and justification through the death and resurrection of Christ Jesus. Truly, the Good News promises how one can have a confident expectation of good which is secured for us through our risen Saviour!

Churchgoers were also blessed with a book Provision Promises – with bountiful promises from our Saviour – to meditate upon!