Every Sunday morning from 9.30am to 9.45am - Venue: Village Church
Every Wednesdays at 10am - Venue: Village Church

Every third Saturday of the month at 9am - Venue: Village Church
Every third Monday of the month at 7.30pm through Zoom

How important is a prayer life?

The late R.C. Sproul says: "Prayer does change things, all kinds of things. But the most important thing it changes is us. As we engage in this communion with God more deeply and come to know the One with whom we are speaking more intimately, that growing knowledge of God reveals to us all the more
brilliantly who we are and our need to change in conformity to Him. Prayer changes us profoundly."

This is so true. God may not answer all our prayers, yet at times He does when it's in His will. But the most important thing about prayer is that it brings us close to God. It brings us where we can be with Him in spirit and truth. What wonderful moments we can have with our loving Father when after letting all our guards down, we come humbly to His throne of grace and pour out our prayers, petitions, and most
importantly, pour out our hearts, our souls, our whole being to Him... our Creator. That's how He wants it. That's why He sent Jesus to die on the cross and pay for all our sins, so that we may be reconciled unto Him and regain a wonderful deep, meaningful relationship with Him.

Why would we want to relinquish this privilege?

You are welcome to participate in our prayer meetings. Each has been designed to cater to different
living circumstances such as work commitment, parenthood etc...

Contact the office for more info.



 " This, then, is how you should pray: "Our Father in heaven, hallowed be Your name" Matthew6:9

After having denounced showing and meaningless prayers, Christ introduced a splendid short prayer of His own. With it, He instructed us on how to pray and what we should pray for. He gave us a prayer that touches on a variety of needs. By themselves, these needs should compel us to approach God daily with these few, easily remembered words. None of us can excuse ourselves by saying we don't know how to pray or what to pray for. Praying the Lord's prayer every day is certainly a worthwhile habit, especially for ordinary people and children.  We can pray it in the morning, in the evening, and at the dinner table -
at any time for that matter. As we pray this prayer together, we bring our needs before God.

As has been said many times before, the Lord's Prayer is the finest prayer that anyone could have ever thought up or that was ever sent from heaven. Because God the Father gave His Son the words for the prayer and sent Him to introduce it, we know beyond a doubt that this prayer pleases the Father immensely.

Right at the beginning of the prayer, with the words " Our Father" Jesus reminds us of what God
demands and promises. God insists that we give Him the respect, honour, and reverence He deserves, just as earthly fathers expect this from their children. Also, God the Father wants us to trust that He will meet our needs. We are overjoyed to be His children through Christ. And so, because we trust that He will give us what He promised, we can pray to Him with confidence in the name of Christ our Lord."

 Author Martin Luther - Faith Alone, a Daily Devotional.