SUNDAY REFLECTIONS

Time to decide for Jesus!

16 December 2018 ( 3rd Sunday of Advent )

[Zephaniah 3:14-18] [Philippians 4:4-7] [Luke 3:10-18]

When John the Baptist began his ministry, it was clear to many that he was a Man of God. John proclaimed a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sin, and prepared the way for the coming of Christ. Sensing John’s close communion with God, many approached him with questions of their inner hearts. Let’s remember there are people in our midst who are still searching for God and the truth. Do the way we live our lives and conduct our affairs show them that Christ is truly living within us? It depends very much on who Jesus really is to us. Is Jesus our God, Saviour and King, where we live out his teachings and seek guidance and strength from Him in prayer? Or have we treated Him as a Sunday religion? For those who trust and follow Jesus, like Paul, can walk in joy with the assurance of eternal redemption, knowing that not only does He care, He’ll be with them in their walk of life and life thereafter. So, if you haven’t, decide right now for Jesus to be your God, Saviour and King. And commit your life to Him!

MASS TIMES

Saturday

6.30 am, 6.00 pm (Sunset)

Sunday

7.00 am, 8:15 am (Mandarin), 9.45am,

11.30 am, 6.00 pm

Weekday

6.30 am, 6.00pm

Public Holidays

Weekdays: 7.00 am

Saturday: 6.30 am, 6.00 pm (Sunset)

Tamil Mass

4 pm every 2nd Sunday

Tagalog Mass

2.30 pm every 4th Sunday

Charismatic Mass

8 pm every 1st Monday

Parish Office Opening Hours

Weekdays: 9am to 12pm, 1pm to 8 pm

Saturday: 9am to 12pm, 1pm to 6pm

Sunday: 9am to 12pm, 1pm to 4pm

School Holidays - From 18 Nov to 31 Dec 2018: The Parish Office Opening Hours on Sundays will be from 9am to 12pm ONLY.

Closed on Public Holidays

The name RISEN CHRIST expresses in a better way the unique character of the Easter event. We believe in a Risen Christ. We believe that He is alive and that we have a relationship with God through Him. Our Church stands as a permanent witness to such a faith.