How well do you know City Harvest Church?
Over the weekend of 16 and 17 May, City Harvest Church held a fair to showcase its beliefs, activities and events. Harvest House Fair was held in Expo Hall 8 Conference Rooms 1 and 2 after Saturday and Sunday services.
As the doors of the conference rooms opened, families, friends and church members entered with much anticipation and excitement.
Each visitor was given a contest coupon: They had to get their coupon stamped at each of the seven stations at the Fair. Once they had collected all seven stamps, they were entitled to participate in a lucky draw — the top prize was an LCD TV!
The stations presented information in the form of games that kept the visitors intrigued and engaged. At the first stop, visitors were educated in the importance of well-being of body, soul and spirit through playing a game with colour ping pong balls.
Other interesting activities included Word Search (look for 10 keywords in a puzzle that talk about the 10 works of the Cross). There were more stations which illustrated powerful spiritual principles like tithing.
Each time the visitors won something or completed a task, they would be rewarded with Monopoly money which they could use to redeem for various rewards.
For example they could use their Monopoly money at the photo station to enjoy a professionally shot picture with their family and friends.
Or they could exchange their “money” at the redemption counter for items like CDs and books.
|PHOTOS: Aaron Low And Macson Tan|
CHC member Enoch Seet is glad that the church is holding such exciting programs for friends who came for Easter services and who might be interested in joining the church. Seet feels that this method is an effective way to enable friends to understand the pillars of the church and to make them feel part of the family of God.
“The activities at Harvest House fair were innovative, engaging and a great way for members and friends to bond over the games they play.”
The Fair was such a success that these activities are being re-run over the 30-31 May weekend.