Aside from the main English service, Easter was enthusiastically celebrated at the other CHC services.
Contributed By Glynisia Yeo
Apart from the main services that commemorated the Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, the other members of CHC, namely the members of Children’s Church, Dialect Church and JAMs Church celebrated the season with their own specially planned programs.
The elderly members of the Dialect Church witnessed a moving portrayal of the love of Jesus through a drama performed by Dialect ministry volunteers. Tan Ban, 74, said, “The drama touched my heart so much that I couldn’t stop crying; it reminded me of God’s love for me.”
Over at the JAMs (Jesus For All Minds) Church, which caters to members with intellectual disabilities, an Easter Carnival was held. Entitled Jungle Trail, JAMs members, together with their families and friends, participated in fun activities like face painting, an obstacle course, digging up creepy crawlies, and going “fishing.”
For all the City Harvest kids and their friends, the Children’s Church team planned an Easter Surprise filled with exciting games, a magic show, songs, and for the first time, an impressive Strikeforce percussion performance that thrilled everyone in the room. And as is the tradition for Children’s Church, every child went home with a gift.