2001 – 2003
Over the past years, we has seen God’s faithfulness and experienced His blessings in many ways. And we believe that we are blessed for a reason, and that is to be a blessing to others. In 2002, we took the former vision of being “A Renewing, Learning, Extending Community” a step further. A new logo was designed for the church and the vision re-defined. The new vision now reads, “As the body of Christ, in receiving the anointing of the Holy Spirit, we respond in worship, walking in His word, and reaching our community and the nations with the love of God.”In 2002, as we celebrated our 70th Anniversary, we also started the “Bless The Nations” project, raising funds for missions work as well as exposing our members to missions through short trips and educational video screenings. With the Blessed To Bless (B2B) and Cell Group departments in place, we also began our community outreach activities and the move towards being a Cell Church. On 23 March 2003, after months of training, the CG leaders were commissioned during the Sunday Services. It was also in 2003 that the Mandarin Fellowship expanded and became the Mandarin Service.
We launched our 24/7 prayer wave, where church members come to the 24/7 prayer room around the clock to intercede for the church.
2005 – 2006
As a cell church. 1,300 of our adult English members/worshippers are in cell groups where they edify one another, exercise the gifts of the Holy Spirit and evangelise with the love of Christ. We commmited $3.5 million to the concert hall of Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary), to extend our outreach and pastoral care to the school and community at Lor Ah Soo. In 2006, our weekly Worship & Intercession Night was launched. We held our 1st Cell Church Conference.
Our weekly Worship & We began our 75th Anniversary celebrations with a 75-hour Worship & Prayer session from 29 December to 1 January 2007. Over 800 worshippers attended our Family Camp in June 2007. We celebrated our 75th Anniversary Service on 8 July 2007 with one combined intergenerational service.
2008 – 2009
The Next Generation (youth) officially launched its worship service at the PLMGSS concert hall on 27 January 2008. The Mandarin Service launched its second service at 9 am on 14 September 2008 and the International Students’ Ministry was launched on 28 December 2008. In 2009, we embraced a renewed focus to be an intentional disciple-making cell church, encapsulated in our new Mission statement – “We exist to glorify God and make disciples of Christ”.
2010 to 2011
On 11 Jul 2010, during the 78th Anniversary service, there was a heavy visitation from the Lord. From 2011, the church embraced an enhanced vision of “A Family blessed to be a blessing to the community and the nations”. This existing vision is to be driven by Power and Love as a Redeeming Community to bring Sozo(wholeness) to the community and the nations.
2012 – 2013
On 8 Jul 2012, the Church embarked on a year-long celebration of its 80th Anniversary. There were several noteworthy events that were organized. The Anniversary celebration was held at Singapore Expo and saw about 3,000 worshippers gathered together in one service. The 80-80 Missions initiative saw 126 missions teams and 1169 missions trippers blessing 13 nations in a year. The Church started hosting Conferences with Kingdom-focused speakers like Patricia King, Kris Valloton, James Goll and Teachers from Bethel Healing School.