After Tze and Cindy were assessed and trained for church planting by Redeemer City to City, a small group began gathering in their home for prayer and study in June 2016. As the numbers grew, another church graciously offered a place to launch public worship on Sunday afternoons in April 2017. In July 2017, we started Sunday morning services. In May 2018, Tze was examined and ordained as a Presbyterian Teaching Elder by a committee of missionaries serving with Mission to the World (MTW). The Lord has continued to bring precious people into our community who love Jesus and want to make him known.
We call ourselves “One Covenant Church”: we are one new humanity, one new body in Christ (Ephesians 2:15). We have one Lord, one faith, and one baptism, and, we worship one living and true God (Ephesians 4:4-5). “Covenant” is a central theme of the Bible that emphasises the one plan of redemption that God has for all humanity, running through the pages of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, culminating in Jesus Christ.
People converted, communities united, and society enhanced through the gospel.
To be a winsome, humble and credible witness of the gospel to the sceptic, seeker, and saint. We strive to clearly and vividly proclaim the gospel message, engage its implications in all of life, and authenticate its reality through deeds of mercy and justice.
We value Gospel Theology, Godward Devotion, Authentic Community, Church Planting, Missionary Endeavour and Cultural Engagement.
We are Confessional, subscribing to the ancient Christian creeds, and the Westminster Standards as subordinate standards that faithfully summarise the Bible’s teaching; Connectional, holding to a Presbyterian form of church government; and Commissional, engaging the culture and the world with the Gospel.
We have 4 areas of focus, birthed out of the Gospel: Worship, Community, Vocation and Mercy.
Rev Paul Lee
Rev Tim Lim
Rev Tim Mountfort
Rev Tan Huai Tze (Moderator)
Rev Tan Huai Tze (Lead Pastor)
Yu Heng (Administration & Operations)
Community Group Leaders:
Rev Tan Huai Tze