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Whether you walk in to ARPC as an interested seeker, a circulating saint, local or returnee graduate, or as a temporary resident in Singapore to study or work; or if you are a new migrant swept onto Singapore shores as part of the tidal wave of globalisation, we welcome you and delight in introducing you to know, love, and serve God.

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To a Bible-centered and Christ-like community committed to growing in love for God, God’s people, God’s world.

ARPC@ Adam

25 Adam Road Singapore 289894

Main Gatherings:

English (Sat@5pm & Sun@9am & 11:30am)

Children’s Church (Sat@5pm & Sun@9am & 11:30am)

Rhoda (Filipino) Ministry (1st & 3rd Sat@5pm, Spore Bible College)

Tabitha (Indonesian) Ministry (Sat@5pm, Singapore Bible College)

ARPC@ Bishan

8A Bishan Street 13 Singapore 579795

Main Gatherings:

English (Sun@9:00am & 11:30am)

Mandarin (Sun@9:15am)

Children’s Church (Sun@9am)

BASIC (Youth) Sat@5pm

          25 Adam Road Singapore 289894

Adam Road Presbyterian Church   |   8a Bishan Street 13 Singapore  579794

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Marriage Preparation Retreat

29-30 Aug (9am-4pm) Hotel Fort Canning

The best way to be committed to a Godly marriage is to have  a clear understanding of God's blueprint for marriage. This 2-day retreat will teach you the foundational truths of Christian marriage, enable you to know your spouse much better in working through the key areas of life.

All slots for this round of MPR have been taken.

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Mourn with Those Who Mourn

5 September (7:30pm) Love & Joy Rooms

What are some common grief reactions in times of loss? How come different people grieve differently? How can we walk through the darkest valley with others? What would make us a good companion for the bereaved? Speaker: Carolyn Ng is a principal counsellors specialising in palliative care and bereavement support services with the Children’s Cancer Foundation (CCF). She is a registered  counsellor and approved supervisor with the Singapore Association for Counselling (SAC) and a Fellow in Thanatology with the Association of Death Education and Counselling (ADEC).