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Come and build authentic relationships in community as we grow in our faith together, in small groups and through various ministry activities. 

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life change groups

Our Life Change Groups (LCGs) are our primary places of discipleship where we grow in maturity in Christ and in meaningful relationship with one another. We meet regularly to worship and pray, study God’s Word, build one another up, celebrate our joys, and support one another in our challenges.

We have over 60 LCGs catering to different age groups and seasons of life (Youths, Young Adults, Adults and Seniors), and meeting in different locations. If you would like to join an LCG, register your interest via the button below.

To find out more about our LCGs, contact Pastor Twee Kim at

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Children are a precious part of our church family! They are a heritage from God, and we are committed to nurturing them to know and love God deeply so that they may become lifelong disciples of Jesus Christ. We do this by guiding them to discover God’s truths from His Word, teaching them to obey God, and modelling to them how to worship and pray.

Our Sunday School seeks to nurture children in the following age groups, from 9 - 10.30am every Sunday.

  • Toddlers: 18 months - 3 years

  • Kindies: 4 - 6 years 

  • Primary: 7 - 12 years 



Our young people are our future leaders — in the church, their homes and the marketplace. We believe that God has great things in store for their lives. But even during their teen years, we believe that each one can make an impact for Christ, transforming their families and communities right where they are! To that end, our youth ministry disciples young people from ages 13 to 19 to anchor their identity in Christ, grow in their love for God and His ways, and influence others as they pursue Him.

Our youth LCGs are shepherded by committed young adult Youth Leaders, and meet on Saturday afternoons from 2.30 - 4.30pm (except for the first Saturday).

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young adults

“Adulting” presents a labyrinth of opportunities and transitions that all young adults have to navigate — entering into NS, university, the workforce, starting a relationship, getting married, etc.

As our ministry name “PathMakers” suggests, we want our young adults, aged 19 to 29, to make paths that others will follow them on as they live in-but-not-of this world, in pursuit of radical holiness in Christ, as they make sense of where they stand in the intersection of life, faith and discipleship.

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men's ministry

Join our band of brothers in WEFC, journeying together to fulfill God’s purpose for us in our families, at work and in church. During our Saturday morning meetings, we typically have breakfast and watch a video together, before going into small groups to share about how we can better live out God’s purposes in our lives. These groups are a safe space to be authentic and vulnerable with one another, to receive encouragement and find accountability.

We meet on every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month,  at 7.30am in Jordan 1 (Level 3). All men aged 21 years and above are welcome to come! 


women's ministry

Our Women’s Ministry seeks to provide a platform for ladies to form meaningful relationships and be a support to one another, as we live out our lives as disciples of Christ. We have both fun and interactive ministry-wide events, as well as small group studies of the Word, to encourage each woman to reflect deeply on their Christian journey and grow in their faith and friendships.

We meet once or twice a quarter on Saturdays for ministry-wide activities, and on alternate weeks for Bible study. All women aged 18 years and above are welcome to join us! 

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Whether we are young or old, we all need a community of like-minded brothers and sisters with whom we can enjoy authentic, life-giving friendship and accountability.  

Chinese-speaking seniors are invited to join our Joyful Learning Class (conducted in Mandarin), which meets on 2nd and 3rd Sundays of the month from 10.45am - 12.15pm in Hebron (Level 3). We also have other engaging activities for both English and Chinese speaking seniors that are conducted regularly. View the full list here

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WEFC took its first steps into the Prison Ministry in 2007. We desire to be God’s instrument of grace to transform and rebuild broken lives, and to make disciples who will be living witnesses of the power of Jesus Christ.

We serve ex-offenders through prison in-care and after-care support. Our volunteers reach out and minister to inmates through regular prison visits, chapel services, Bible study and the Christian Intensive Religious Counselling Programme (CIRCP). Beyond the prison term, we welcome and integrate ex-offenders and their families into our church community, offering spiritual, emotional and practical support through our New Life Group (NLG) family.

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