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MCO 2.0 – Online Worship Services Will Carry On

Last year, when the first MCO (Movement Control Order Lockdown) was declared, we sprung into action and pre-recorded the 1st online worship service, days before Sunday. This morning, we did the same, after putting an action plan together overnight, for this Sunday’s online service. We will not be filming from The Father’s House for a …

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A Sunday For Children, A Farewell, And Being A Light To The Nation

It was quite a busy but blessed Sunday for us today. For our children, Sunday School for the 2017 session kicked off today. It’s such a blessing to see our children grow up year by year. We pray that they will continue to grow in the Lord and the wonderful teacher-volunteers we have will be …

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Sermon: Christ’s Presence In The Shadows – Rev. Dr. Sivin Kit

Blessed Christmas Day! We were blessed with a wonderful, simple and meaningful service today. Our artist friend, Komeil, did an amazing live painting during the service! Here’s the end result: View this post on Instagram A post shared by BangsarLutheranChurch (@bangsarlutheran) We also had BLC Family members present Christmas carols in sign language! Check out …

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Yeshua’s Prayer – Komeil

One of BLC’s blessings is having Komeil as a BLC Family member! He is a talented artist (check out his Facebook page here) and musician. During our 16th anniversary celebrations last week, Komeil drew us a special illustration for our bulletin cover. Here he is explaining it in his own words (slightly edited for clarity and grammar): I …

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Celebrating 16 Years Of God’s Grace To BLC!

Last Saturday, BLC celebrated our 16th anniversary since being “resurrected” on 1 April 2000. Yes, we were aptly founded on April Fool’s Day – Sivin even recalled the sermon during the first service asked the initial 20-or-so congregants, “Are you ready to be fools for Christ?” To celebrate, we held our worship service on Saturday …

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Reminder: See you tomorrow, Sat 27 Aug, 5pm at BLC’s 16th Anniversary Celebration! No service on Sun 28 Aug

This weekend, BLC will gather on Saturday, 27 Aug 2016, at 5pm to celebrate our 16th Anniversary! We will celebrate together with a worship gathering at 5:00pm (which will include special presentations) followed by a potluck dinner fellowship from 6:30pm onwards. Note: This means we will NOT have worship service the next day, on Sunday, …

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This Saturday 27 Aug, We Celebrate Our 16th Anniversary!

This weekend, BLC will gather on Saturday, 27 Aug 2016, at 5pm to celebrate our 16th Anniversary! We will celebrate together with a worship gathering at 5:00pm (which will include special presentations) followed by a potluck dinner fellowship from 6:30pm onwards. Note: This means we will NOT have worship service the next day, on Sunday, …

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Thoughts on Rewilding in BLC (or: A Version of Eco-Theology) – Benjamin Ong

Last week, we planted two trees in church: a neem tree, dubbed the Luther Tree, and a wild cinnamon, dubbed the BLC Tree. Left: Sivin blesses the neem tree, a tree of Indian origin with many medicinal and cultural uses.  Right: Leigh and Clarice plant the neem, near the path where its fragrance can be felt. Now …

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Planting Trees As An Act Of Worship; Bringing Healing To The Nations

At BLC, we are learning how to worship God by appreciating His handiwork in nature as well as to grow in discipleship through our role as stewards of creation. This led to the creation of our BLC Community Garden last year. Yesterday, we continued to grow in this space as we planted two trees, as an act …

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