AGM Sunday – 26 May 2019

As announced on 5 May 2019 in our church bulletin, our Annual General Meeting combined worship service will be held on Sunday, 26 May 2019 at 9.30am in BFEC.

It is the privilege and duty of members to participate in this special “annual general meeting” worship service. Let’s come together to celebrate and give thanks to the Lord for how He had led BFEC for the past year.

We look forward to seeing all members at the coming AGM and affirming your membership*.

*Article 5 of our Articles of Association states: “All members of the church shall at such intervals and in such manner as may be required by the Church Council, affirm their membership, failing which, such members shall be transferred from the Register of members to a subsidiary register upon which their membership shall ipso facto be suspended, provided that the Church Council shall have discretion to restore a person where a reasonable explanation has been given.”


  • Kindly bring along your NRIC so that we can scan for faster and more accurate registration.
  • Annual Report & Audited Accounts are available for members. Please sign for it at the church office. (One copy per family)  In the interest of giving more opportunities for prayerfully considered questions and answers within the constraints of time during the AGM, the  Council invites members who have questions/suggestions to submit them in writing to the Church Secretary either by hand or email to, by  19 May 2019. Remember to include your full name. During the AGM, priority will be given to oral clarifications arising out of answers to pre-submitted questions.
  • Creche, KSS, JSS will be open. Parents, please bring your children to the worship segment first at 9.30am.
  • Grow@Noon will join in this service.
  • Chinese Service members will jointly participate in this service from the Chapel (via video link at 10.45am).
  • Regular Frankelites who are non-members are all welcome to join in this AGM service.
  • As before, the AGM will end with lunch fellowship


Precept Upon Precept Study on Joshua

7 Lessons-Study: God said, “Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed.” Increase your faith in God who has put you in His grip and will never let you go! This study will charge you up and encourage you to press on!
Course Fees: $30 ( worksheets, refreshments and admin charges ) If need a 3-holes file – add $4
Class is on alternate Thursday nite, 7.45pm. Orientation commenced on 4 July, followed by lessons on 18 Jul, 1, 15 & 29 Aug, 19 Sep, 3 & 17 Oct 2019. Register by 23 May so that the materials can be procured in time for orientation. Pay and Collect your materials during Orientation.

Pulpit Series 1 (c) on Isaiah 50 to 55

The prophecy of Isaiah addressed sinful Judah, who had forsaken the Lord & thus suffered God’s judgment in their conquest and exile by the Babylonians. Continuing from Isa 50 – 55, the faithful and compassionate God further reveals how through the Servant of the Lord, he will save both the remnant of Israel and the nations of the world from their sin and unrighteousness. God continues to speak today through Isaiah’s message. He is calling on everyone to trust and hope in Him for the salvation accomplished by the Servant, and to be ready to depart in the new exodus. Will we listen?

Kg Siglap Golf Charity Event

New Hope Community Service’s Kampong Siglap Life Skills & Retreat Centre seeks to have sustain engagement with low-income families trapped in a poverty cycle to equip them with skills to enhance their social resilience and break out of the poverty cycle.

Through this charity event, New Hope plans to raise part of the $5 million needed to convert the property at 10 La Salle Street, an old school building, into a retreat & life skills centre for low-income families and individuals.

All proceeds from this golf charity event will go towards setting up of Kampong Siglap Lifeskills Training and Retreat Centre.

Hole-in-one Prizes: 4xPar-3
Toyota Camry Car, Golf Tours for 2 Persons, Cash Prizes

S$2,500 per flight (S$650 per golfer; includes lunch. dinner and goodie bag. Download registration form here.

Non-golfers are also invited to support through the charity dinner. $2,000 per table / $200 per seat.



Easter Sunday Sunrise Service

Bring a picnic and come have a special time of worship outside church, celebrating the resurrection of Christ, and also to witness 7 brothers and sisters going through the waters of baptism.

East Coast Park Area C, Parkland Green, beach area next to Amber Beacon

Time: 6.30am to 9.30am


Good Friday – One Combined Bilingual Service at 9am

Topic: “Following His footsteps”跟随他的脚踪行

Speaker: Bro Daniel Tan陈智贤弟兄

Mr Daniel Tan, an adult trainer with a burden for marketplace ministry and China ministry, graduated from Nanyang University, Singapore and China Graduate School of Theology, Hong Kong. He served in FEBA Singapore (a multimedia radio broadcasting company in that broadcasts Voice of Grace 102.3 and Hope 106.5 reaching out Southeast Asia and Greater China), and the Chinese Church Research Center, Hong Kong in the early 1980s, he also served in pastoral ministry in late 1980s and early 2010s in Singapore. Over the years, Brother Tan has been active in marketplace ministry, PRC immigrants ministry and China ministry. At present, he serves as the branch principal of Newton International College, Singapore, and the China projects coordinator of Asian Journeys Ltd, Singapore.

Translated: Bro Willy Ong王宽伟弟兄

Invite your pre-believing family & friends!