We, the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, stand as a Spirit-filled and prayerful community, rooted in the Word of God; with a heart for one another and the world.

Becoming a Great Commission Church

Our direction for CHS in 2022 will be toward “Becoming a Great Commission Church” and to enable each believer to be a Great Commission disciple.

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CHS Christian Education Program 2022


The Call and Heart of a Servant-Leader

16 – 30 July 2022 (3 Saturdays, 10.30am – 12.30pm)
Revd Peter Chen

The servant-leader is concerned with and committed to developing the potential, well-being and faith of others. He / she leads out of a servant heart, seeking to serve God whole-heartedly by leading His people to become what God intends them to be. He / she shapes the thinking, values and conduct of those being led through relationships of trust and respect.

The course looks at the three vital attributes of a servant-leader that are essential to form and develop such relationships of trust and respect between the leader and those he/she is leading.

The course is for those involved in people’s ministries in CHS; those in chaplaincy work, ministries to children, youth, young adults and seniors, DGs, PCC, outreach, family life, etc.

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Building Faith Foundations

6 August – 15 October 2022 (11 Saturdays, 2pm – 4pm)
Revd Peter Chen, Revd Gary Chng & Team

On the fundamental beliefs of the Christian faith; what make it distinctive and how is Jesus different from other religious founders.

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Intimacy with God: Creating Space for God, Communing with Him

13 – 27 August 2022 (3 Saturdays, 10.30am – 12.30pm)
Pastor Stanley Tay

God desires and invites us to a lifelong, intimate relationship with Him. Our response to this invitation to walk in intimacy with Him requires us to learn the habits of creating sacred space for Him and to commune with Him meaningfully.

The course teaches participants to learn and to practice the various spiritual disciplines of listening, scripture meditation, silence, solitude, journaling, etc. Time will be given for personal reflection and contemplation.

We pray each participant will come away from the course desiring more of God, motivated to continually create space for Him and to enjoy communing with Him daily.

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Sermon on the Mount: Kingdom Values for the 21st Century

10 September – 1 October 2022 (4 Saturdays, 10.00am – 12.00pm)
Revd Peter Chen and Mrs Rosalind Chen

As people belonging to God and citizens of God’s Kingdom, we are called to be the light that shines for those who live in the darkness of sin. We are expected to be different from the world, different from the irreligious and also the religious.

There is no salvation without transformation and sanctification. Our speech, thoughts, conduct and actions must reflect who God is; His holiness, righteousness and love. In the Sermon on the Mount (Matt 5-7), Jesus clearly sets out the value-system, the ethical standard expected of all believers.

The course will look at the purpose of Jesus’ teachings and the relevance of His moral expectations in this time and age. It will examine the distinction between true and false spirituality, Jesus’ warnings against self-righteousness, the need to cultivate persevering trust in God, the secret of Christian joy and how to defeat temptation.

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Hand-In-Hand Dating Course