Servant Leaders School of Ministry (SLSOM)
To prepare God's people for ministry to all nations
1. Knowledge of the Word of God;
2. Awareness of the World around us;
3. Applying the Word of God in the world around us – in our lives and through our deeds
As a church which subscribes to the Doctrine of the Priesthood of all Believers, the Servant Leaders Fellowship (SLF) was set up, so that Lay members who are ministry leaders, can meet regularly, to plan, discuss and pray over issues and matters relating to the church. It then became obvious that there was a need for some form of organized theological education, as a continuing equipping program, to prepare and nurture God’s people for ministry within the church and beyond.
As such, the Servant Leaders School of Ministry (SLSOM) was established in May 2010 to bring theological education to SLF in particular and other Christians within and without the church in general, to study and discuss pertinent theological subjects so as to nurture and equip everyone who shares the same vision and mission to serve God more effectively.
The SLSOM is held at 1.30 pm on every second and fourth Sunday after Church service and is preceded by an Agape feast and fellowship which is at 1:00 pm. It takes a break in synchrony with school holidays.
Seven modules of studies are being offered presently, namely:
These seven modules are run in cycles. Besides the main topics in each module, we conduct electives on topics of interest as well.