Metropolitan YMCA Singapore
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... we told him we had no money, snatched back the gifts and raced off. We saw him at it again about an hour later near MRT station, where a local warned another tourist, who had actually parted with money. The river walk is wonderful.....joggers, cyclists and walkers populate both sides of the river, which is an attractive brown, which might be because of the engineering works going on underneath and ...
... the plane, locate our flight details and a quick Sky Train trip to T2. It's humid and pouring rain outside - strange that - for Singapore! A couple of hours until we leave here so a short walk around the shops to get the blood moving in the legs. Then to gate E11 to wait. 5 more hours flying to Delhi. Travel on planes is painful but there are lots of worse things than travelling to exotic places around the world. Next update will be from Delhi Sayonara, arrividerci from ...
... the Presbyterian Church where we were invited into the church hall by a delightful 88 year old lady, Esther, whose family were originally from China. She gave us coffee and told us about some of the history of the church, before we met some more of her friends, young and old, who were attending Bible classes. Finally we were introduced to the Minister, a very elegant Singaporean gentleman who had studied at St ...
... Quay along with half of the Aussie and Kiwi expats in Singapore. The place was packed and lively, but the drinks kept coming out. The liveliness died down a bit with the result being a draw.
After the game Tina and I along with Margaret and Wayne walked further along Robinson Quay and enjoyed Singapore Slings and pizza at an Italian restaurant. Then it was off to bed for an early start.
... structure and they have a care center next to their church building which is known as a care society that would help needed people in the society. The church is 7 store high and it has both English and Chinese worship sessions. Like any other churches, Singapore Life Church worship their God by attending weekly services and fellowship together in their own cell-group in order to build relationships and strengthen their walk.
After my trip to Singapore Life Church, ...