Updated On-site Weekend Service Timings

From the weekend of 25

From the weekend of 25 & 26 Sep onwards, we will be having an additional on-site weekend service on Sundays at 12.30pm. Our weekly on-site services at Suntec 606 Theatre will now be at the following timings:
- Saturdays 2pm & 5pm
- Sundays 12.30pm

Tickets to these services will be allocated by your Zone Pastors and Pastoral Supervisors. Do note that Harvest Kidz support will only be available for Sat 5pm service.

Since safe distancing and zoning regulations are still in force, we will be able to contain a maximum of 250 VACCINATED PERSONS* in each service. Do note that your TraceTogether app will be used to verify your vaccination/PET status to ensure compliance to the above before entry is allowed into the worship premises. For more information on on-site services, please refer to the link below.

Our church is constantly monitoring our nation’s transition to endemic COVID, we will continue to resume more on-site services for your participation. For those of you who are unable to be vaccinated for medical or personal reasons, please know that we are invested in your spiritual well-being too. We hope that you can stay connected with us through our online and social media platforms. Online service timings for English Service are 2pm and 5pm on Saturday, and 10am on Sunday. Our service video will be available on-demand on YouTube and The CHC App from Sunday 12.30pm onwards. As regulations continue to ease, we look forward for you to be able to participate in our on-site services, cell groups or other meetings as well.

Whether online or on-site, we pray that you will be mightily blessed as you join us for service weekly.

*According to MCCY: “An individual is considered vaccinated if he/she has been: a) fully vaccinated, i.e. has received the full regimen of Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnatry, Moderna or WHO EUL vaccines, with an additional two weeks for the vaccine to be fully effective, b) recovered from COVID-19, or c) has obtained a negative result on a pre-event test (PET) taken in the past 24 hours before the expected end of the event.”