I was meeting my Muslim brothers at Khalid Mosque the day news broke that a self-radicalised 16-year-old Singaporean youth had been detained. I can’t imagine the pain and disbelief his family and his church are dealing with...
“Build bridges, not walls”, teach Senior Pastors, Tan Seow How and Pastor Cecilia Chan. In HOGC, we believe in doing our part for the community, with our friends in the community.
Church everywhere. How did we keep the church running in light of the Covid-19 situation? Read about HOGC’s decentralisation of services.
Heart of God Church was featured on The Straits Times for our decentralised services, community work and empowerment of youths amidst the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
750 care packs were packed and distributed to taxi drivers at Changi Airport by the young volunteers from Heart of God Church and from organisations in the Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circles (IRCCs).
Close to 100 young volunteers from Heart of God Church and 2 mosques created 22 unique art pieces for each of Changi Airport Group’s 22 partnering agencies in support of COVID-19 frontline workers.
Heart for Our Heroes: Cheering On the Cleaning Staff at Tampines Round Market & Food Centre
Young people from Heart of God Church packed and distributed 200 care packs for the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) officers working at the Tampines Fire Station as part of our ongoing Heart for Our Heroes initiative.