Christmas isn’t Christmas till you’ve experienced the many ways of giving and loving at City Harvest Church! Here’s what CHC and its various ministries and associations are doing this season—be part of it!
Nov 22 – Dec 25, all day, Suntec Atrium Level 1
Don’t miss this Singapore Book of Records-breaking, one-of-a-kind Christmas display by City Harvest Church. The “Galton Tree” inspired by the pinball-style Galton Box stands at 9.5 meters and is the largest such structure of its kind.
The Tree makes a great selfie backdrop, but more than that, shoppers get to play with it. Spend a minimum of $50 and you get three turns at the Lollipop Drop—drive a ball up the tree and see which sock it falls into. You could win cash vouchers, lollipops or even an iPad Air. You would also be doing a good deed for charity: Suntec’s management will donate $2 to Singapore Children’s Society each time the Lollipop Drop is played.
In addition, catch special performances featuring the dramatic talents of City Harvest Church’s The Millennial Orchestra, the City Harvest Choir and the BEAT’ABOX Cajon group.
Dec 14 (Sun), 11am-1pm, 1 Jurong West St. 91 Level B4
Exciting games, fun-filled singing and dancing and an enjoyable Christmas drama await the JAMs church members in this year’s celebration themed “Charlie & The Christmas Cookie.” As the name suggests, yummy nibbles will be given out. Free transport provided.
For more information, contact the JAMs hotline at 82730181 during office hours.
Dec 17 (Wed), 7:30pm-9:30pm, 1 Jurong West St. 91 Level B4
Dec 19 (Fri), 11am – 1pm, 1 Jurong West St. 91 Level B4
Dec 20 (Sat), 11am-1pm & 2pm-4pm, Suntec Singapore Level 6, Hall 606 Theater
It’s an interstellar Christmas this year as the Harvest Kidz, City Harvest Church’s children’s church, prepares an out-of-the-world Galactic Light Show, with a special guest appearance and Christmas Drama (Dec 19-20 only). There will be Christmas presents and finger lights for all! All are welcome!
For more information, contact Adeline Wong at 67376266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dec 19 (Fri), 8pm
Dec 20 (Sat), 2pm & 5pm
Dec 21 (Sun), 10am
Suntec Singapore Level 6 Main Auditorium
In this weekend service combined with CHC’s Chinese Church and Dialect Church, the CHC Drama Ministry will present a highly anticipated original live production titled The Night I Met The Watchmaker, a tale that revolves around the hope and the heart of Christmas! All are welcome!
Dec 14 (Sun), 4pm, 1 Jurong West St. 91 Level B4
A broken family, struggling under the harsh realities of life, searches for hope of reconciliation and restoration in this musical drama based on an original script. For the first time ever, there will be a music band accompanying the show. Bring all your dialect-speaking friends, family members or relatives for this touching live performance.
Dialect Candlelight Service
Dec 28 (Sun), 4pm-5:30pm, 1 Jurong West St. 91 Level B4
An annual celebration that is always a highlight for the mature congregation of CHC’s Dialect Church, the Candlelight service will cap this year with thanksgiving and celebration. Do join in this meaningful service if you have Hokkien-speaking relatives who would enjoy this event.
For more information about the Dialect Church’s events, contact Lee May Chuen at email@example.com
A Meaningful Christmas with CHCSA
This year, City Harvest Community Services Association is holding series of events is themed “Giving Back”, built on the premise that there is always something a person can give, from lending one’s voice to knitting!
House of Joy collaboration with Singapore Cancer Society
Elderly citizens will be knitting wool caps for cancer patients from the Singapore Cancer Society, making a bid for the most number of volunteers knitting for patients in the Singapore Book of Records. The wool caps will be delivered to SCS on Dec 6.
On Dec 13, CHCSA beneficiaries from the Communicable Disease Centre will enjoy an excursion to the ALIVE museum with its illusionary entertainment attractions.
Ward Caroling at CDC Ward (HIV patients)
On Dec 15, volunteers from CHC who have been serenading beneficiaries on a regular basis will be visiting two wards at the Communicable Disease Centre this Christmas season to bring patients timeless tunes of the season.
HOJ Christmas Block Party with Dnata
On Dec 17, corporate partner Dnata will be fulfilling the wishes of the elderly through gift sponsorships at this party. The party will feature games, a stage performance, carolling as well as a Christmas spread. There will also be light-up session of LED light-helium balloons which the elderly get to bring home. The CEO of Dnata and Member of Parliament, Mr Lim Biow Chuan will lead the segment with festive greetings and well wishes.
In collaboration with Singaporean coffee chain Coffee:Nowhere, CHCSA will be sponsoring school bags, water bottles and vouchers for shoes, books and stationery for 120 underprivileged children.
DeliveRED (Christmas Edition)
On top of the usual grocery sponsorships they receive, each family in need will receive an extra $20 NTUC voucher to celebrate the festive season with their families.
Patient Care home visits
Throughout December, CHCSA volunteers will be bringing festive cheer to HIV and MS (multiple sclerosis) patients through home visitations, with Christmas goodies and caroling.
For more information or to get involved in CHCSA’s events, kindly contact Knik Pang at firstname.lastname@example.org