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Registration is required for all events, for the purposes of security, catering, logistics, and follow-up. We’ll email a reminder shortly before the event with your registration slip; simply submit this at the door of the event, for ease of entry.

Pre-registered attendees are requested to arrive at least 30 mins before each event. Please register by 6 May to help us make better arrangements for your convenience!

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Aldersgate Celebration on 25 May draws us to worship God together as a Methodist family. The Aldersgate Lectures on 23 and 24 May will focus on Wesleyan Missions: Retrospect and Prospects, while the sermon on 25 May will focus on Missing in Mission. Please check out the ‘Programme’ for more information.

General notes:

  • More than 1,000 attendees are expected, so register in advance and arrive early to submit your emailed registration slip for ease of entry – walk-in attendees will need to register on the spot;
  • Pre-registered attendees are requested to arrive at least 30 mins before each event;
  • Cry-room facilities are available, though limited to 1 accompanying parent per child;
  • Mandarin translation is provided for the sermons on 23, 24 and 25 May via headsets;
  • After-service dinner is provided on 25 May, and after-lecture supper on 23 and 24 May

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Of course, and we would encourage you to do so. Our Methodist heritage is founded entirely on the teaching of the Bible, with emphasis on discipleship, social justice and outreach. These are values which we believe transcend denominational lines. We would welcome all visitors and newcomers.

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Aldersgate refers to the name of the street in London where the founder of Methodism, John Wesley, had in the evening of 24 May 1738 “very unwillingly” visited a society where “one was reading Luther’s preface to the Epistle to the Romans.” Wesley wrote in his journal that “while he was describing the change which God works in the heart through faith in Christ, I felt my heart strangely warmed. I felt I did trust in Christ, Christ alone, for salvation; and an assurance was given me that He had taken away my sins, even mine, and saved me from the law of sin and death.”

This work of the Holy Spirit marked a life-changing moment for Wesley, renewing his vigour in ministry, and it led to a bold step that he took the following year. On 2 April 1739, he began to preach in the open air – a courageous move at the time, and it launched the movement that became the world-wide Methodist church as we know it today.