Church Updates

April 12, 2020
Resurrection Sunday Service

Join us on Zoom:

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

"Be strong and take heart, all you who hope in the Lord." (Ps 31:24)

We thank God for you all, for remaining steadfast and faithful to Him throughout this difficult time, knowing our deliverance is at hand. Let us continue to fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith.

Tomorrow is Resurrection Sunday, and just like last Sunday, we will have our Worship Service and Communion starting at 10:30am via Livestream. Please prepare your communion implements.

Further instructions will be posted on our website:

We are grateful for your continuing partnership with us in God's ministry. You have always been an active participant in everything God is doing through the CLSFM church, whether it be through your prayers, encouragements, service, shepherding others, teaching, giving of tithes and offerings, other material donations, being part of the worship service, etc. God will repay each person according to what he or she has done.

That is why, we are greatly encouraged by your selfless and faithful giving, that in spite of your own needs during this pandemic, you choose to give towards God's kingdom, believing God is able to provide for your own needs. In this regard, we are instructing your BS group/Cell leaders (K.Philip, K.Gil, Robin, Joel, David, and Dan) to get in touch with you to get a record/accounting of your tithes and offerings for the past several Sundays (Name, Amount and Date) so that we can continue to acknowledge and issue year-end receipts for your donations. They will be in charge of making arrangements to collect these from you.

We wish to also inform you that we are coordinating and making arrangements to provide assistance to those who have been affected by this current situation we are in. Please bear with us as we continue to gather information from you.

"You will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in you." (Isa 26:3)

Shalom, The Pastors and the Elders