People were overwhelmed with amazement. “He has done everything well,” they said. “He even makes the deaf hear and the mute speak.”
say to those with fearful hearts, “Be strong, do not fear; your God will come, he will come with vengeance; with divine retribution he will come to save you. Then will the eyes of the blind be opened and the ears of the deaf unstopped.
Primarily for the Deaf brethren and our Hearing brethren who are filled with love for the Deaf.
Hearing people are often unaware that inside the Church there are the Deaf Christians who may feel like outsiders. Often in the hearing world, we unintentionally fail to consider their needs.
The Church aspires to welcome all cultures and backgrounds and hope that through our Deaf brethren, many more Deaf people may come to know the Lord. If you have friends who are hearing impaired, introduce them to us! We would like to get to know them.
When & Where
The Deaf brethren meet at Church for Sunday bible classes and worships. They also hold care team meetings, lunch fellowships and overseas trips among themselves.
Why are we here
A Deaf person can’t just walk in to any church and gain access to what is going on. It is a real struggle that breaks our hearts.
The gospel is for all, deaf and hearing. In our Church, we try to inculcate an awareness of Deaf culture, provide understanding and make information / communication accessible and hence, begin to build genuine relationships with the Deaf. We would like to make our Deaf brethren feel like they are a valued part of the Church.
What do we do
Apart from the Bible Classes and Worships which are conducted in Sign language, they also have a small group care team which reaches out to their families and friends. Birthdays are celebrated and overseas trips are eagerly looked forward to.
Our Deaf brethren are very much on the go. Besides beating everyone else to the latest attraction in Singapore, they often visit Malaysia for great bonding activities.
In addition, our Deaf brethren have also made mission trips to India to connect with the young but hearing impaired people there.