Announcements & Upcoming Events

20 Nov - 20 Dec 2021


New Life is inviting you and your CG to befriend their beneficiaries this Christmas season! Here are 3 ways you can spread God's love and hope.
25 Dec 2021

Christmas Service

Join us for our online evangelistic Christmas service on 25 Dec at 9.45am as we remember the greatest blessing given to mankind — Jesus Christ! Don’t come alone, share this moment with your F.R.A.N.S.! More details to follow. 
Dec 2021

Be a Blessing This Christmas!

What does it meaning to be a blessing? It all starts with a relationship and the simple gift of being present. This Christmas season, join us in spreading God’s love and hope to those around us! 
25 Dec 2021

A Very Migrant Christmas

After close to 2 years of intense uncertainties and Covid-19 restrictions, our migrant workers continue to face physical, mental, emotional and relational fatigue and distress as a result of restriction on movements, fear of infection, loss in income, missing home, and questions about their purpose in life.
Dec 2021

Home For Christmas

Connect with your F.R.A.N.S. over feast and conversations this Christmas! We have prepared a handy guide for your party as well as ideas for a fun kids’ party. Download them here
18 Dec 2021

EiC Day With Jesus

Calling Covenanters aged 50 and above, we’ve got something in store for you! Before the year ends, get to spend a Day With Jesus as a community and hear from the Lord. This online guided silent retreat’s theme is “That The Next Generation Will Know”.
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Generations Camp 2021

In Generations Camp 2021, we want to invite individuals across generations to come together as we Return to Christ - our first Love. Join us as we empower and equip families to Return Home - to rebuild and re-establish one's home back on the foundation of Christ!

Dec Devotional Journal

Get a hold of the December 2021 Devotional Journal by clicking here, or via the “Covenant EFC” app. Printed copies are available at our worship centres while stocks last.
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Esther Retreat – For Such a Time as This

Women-in-Coveant (WiC) brings you Esther Retreat — a retreat for young ladies aged 18 to 30 — the first of its kind for such a time as this! It will be held in person for fully-vaccinated individuals over two full days. Enjoy a time of reflection, inspiring testimonies, sharing by godly speakers and small-group sharing.


As disciples of Christ, we are called to grow in grace and godlinessThrough authentic discipleship and intentional disciplemaking, we mature towards all that God intends us to be. Covenant EFC provides platforms and resources for you to grow in your personal walk and together as a community of believers. 


Our calling as a church is to show God’s love by blessing our community. Every member of the body of Christ has been given different spiritual gifts for serving one another. Get involved today and join us to bless, serve and reach the community for Jesus. 

Ways we give

Our giving is an act of worship to the Lord. As believers, we give out of a thankful heart for what He has done for us and because God has put it in our hearts to give.

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Daily Devo

Daily Devotional Journal

1 Samuel 29:1-5
Wed, 1 December 2021

At This Point of Dilemma…


What is the significance of the dispute between the lords of the Philistines and King Achish over David in verses 1 to 5?

Deeper Reflection
DAVID DID NOT WANT to fight Israel with the Philistines, but he was caught in a tangled web of his own doing (vv.1-2). Perhaps, David was desperately asking himself, “What shall I do now?” It was just at this point that a dispute arose between the lords of the Philistines and King Achish over David, marked by “Is this not David…?” (vv.3, 5), expressing contrasting views of him. The Philistine lords strongly objected to David going with them to battle. But Achish defended David, testifying to his long-time loyalty to him, and that he was totally dependable (v.3). The Philistines lords, however, argued from prudence – that there was the great risk of David turning into “an adversary” to them in the battlefield (v.4); and from history: “Saul has slain thousands, and David his ten thousands” (v.5). For both sides, a decision had to be made. Should the Philistine lords prevail, David could escape from his self-made dilemma. But should Achish prevail, David would have to live through a very difficult dilemma. At this point of the narrative, a decision had yet to be made. Perhaps, God was intervening through the Philistine lords. But David cannot make that conclusion at this point. And David was helplessly at the mercy of the Philistines’ decision. In life, we may find ourselves helplessly hanging in this kind of tension and dilemma. And our only hope is divine intervention. But what if it seems there isn’t any? We can still and must only, hope against hope and hope in the God of hope.

What is a tension or dilemma in my life in which my only hope is in the God of hope?

Write a prayer to God as your response from your meditation on and application of the Scriptures.
Prayer Pointers:
  • Give thanks and praise:
  • Pray for leaders:
  • Pray for The Silver Generation: To live securely in the God of hope
  • Pray for those in need:
  • Pray for self:

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