“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”
— Jesus Christ in John 13:34-35 (NIV)
The Free Community Church holds weekly worship services on Sunday 10.30 am at 1 Commonwealth Lane, #02-02 One Commonwealth. The nearest MRT station is Commonwealth MRT Station (Exit B).
The Free Community is a cell group church. We believe that spirituality is developed in the context of authentic human relationships. While this is a lofty ideal, it is one that we are still aspiring to. Our cell groups meet weekly for prayer and Bible study. We welcome you to become part of our cell groups that meet in various locations in Singapore.
Dirty Hands is the community outreach ministry of the Free Community Church, which provides opportunities for members of the church to practice living out their faith in service to others, whether through acts of alleviation or advocacy. The act of getting our hands dirty is the follow Jesus, and is an important means by which we grow spiritually.
For more information about our current activities, please contact email@example.com
The FCC Wo-men encompass, and welcome all sexual orientations and are a community who gather regularly to study scripture, hold discussions and talks, as well as for fellowship and support. Our activities focus on women’s issues within the life of our church. We welcome all women to join us.
Started on 15 July 2005 as a support group for gay men who want to find out more about what the Bible says about homosexuality, Living Water is currently in its 12th run.
Living Water is named in the honour of the warm and honest encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman, which we hope would be each person’s journey reconciling their faith and sexuality. The group runs about twice a year for about 4 – 5 months. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
No guilt in life, no fear in death
This is the power of Christ in me.
I am FREE, free to love and worship.
Embracing myself as a Christian lesbian and helping others to come to this same place is a privilege. Lush was where I began reconciling myself to the God that I love so much.
Will you begin this journey too? Come walk alongside us exploring the six passages in the Bible on homosexuality and finding a family of support to go through issues life throws at you. Started in 2005 as a time-limited support group for women to reconcile their sexuality and their Christian faith, LUSH is currently on it’s 10th run this year (2014).
For more information, please checkout the blog at http://fcc-lush.blogspot.com/ and contact email@example.com
New run of LUSH starting END SEPTEMBER 2016
(weekly meetings for ~6 months)