22 Apr 2018
4th Sunday of the Easter
Good Shepherd Sunday


Some city teenagers often scorn and reject farm kids. Yet it’s no exaggeration to say that humanity owes its life to farmers who care for the world’s crops and livestock. This week’s scriptures remind us that Jesus was as rejected as a shepherd, a farm boy, yet we owe our very lives to him. In this Sunday’s reading from the Acts of the Apostles Peter tells the people that salvation comes through Jesus Christ, the one who was rejected. In John’s letter we hear that we have become God’s beloved children through Jesus, whom the world did not know. Lastly, in the Gospel Jesus describes himself as the Good Shepherd who “lays down his life for the sheep” (John 10:11). Will you join Jesus in laying down your life for God’s beloved flock?

Archbishop's April Prayer Intentions:

  • Inclusive Society
    That world leaders will recognise the dignity of the human person in the poor and marginalised and create pathways for them to be accepted and integrated into the society.


A deeper appreciation for the Ten Commandments.

  • Speaker: Fr. James Yeo
  • Date: 13th, 20th, 27th April
  • Time: 7.30pm in the church

All are welcome!

Let us come together as a community to pray and adore the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.

  • Fri 4 May 2018, 8.00pm in the main church.
    *6pm evening Mass as usual

Holy Hour is held on the first Friday of each month. All are welcome!

Next Infant Baptism will be held on:

  • Sun 6 May 2018, 12.45pm
  • Application closes on Sun 22 Apr 2017

Preparatory Session:

  • Sun 29 Apr 2018, 1.30pm in room #03-15 (old annex)
  • Registration begins at 1.15pm
  • Compulsory for 1st time parents and godparents

Download application form and guidelines here.

We are in urgent need of Catechists! To help lead our children to Jesus...

Do not doubt if you are qualified or capable. Fear not, it is a matter of learning the technique and being able to share the faith! If you are considering the call to serve as a catechist, please contact:

  • Phone: 6358-3124
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Or you may speak to one of the priests in the parish.