Lishi Worship Service Mandarin (Contemporary)
Sunday 930am Lishi Worship @ 488 Chapel
The name “Lishi” (i.e. to set up the stones) originated from Joshua 4. “Lishi” symbolises God’s will to have the Israelites pick up 12 stones from the middle of Jordan, set those stones up as a memorial of how God led the Israelites to the promised land, and let the Israelites be the testimony of God’s great redemption and power.
With this in mind, Lishi Worship strives to be God’s testimony for His grace for us, through the contemporary worship model. Furthermore, Lishi aims to lead others to know Jesus, to embrace them as the Lord’s disciples, and to equip them to serve in our church, our community and the world ¬¬ all to glorify God’s name.
Mission Statement: Through contemporary worship, the service aims to bring people to know Christ and be part of God’s family, as well as to nurture believers to become disciples of the Lord, equipping them to participate in His holy work in the church, community and the world, for the glory of His name.