Welcome to New Life Vineyard, Singapore

Hello, and welcome to the online site of New Life Vineyard (NLV) Singapore.

We are a bunch of people who have gathered to live our lives in response to Jesus’ command to “love God and to love one another.” We’re the first to admit we don’t know how to do that very well at times, but we don’t think God has given us any alternative but to try.

We meet each Sunday at a home since we are a small group. “Come as you are.” We start at 11.00 am.

Come and:
~ Meet and make new friends
~ Enjoy and participate in songs and music with a contemporary flavor
~ Hear a positive and encouraging message that addresses issues of concern.

As you browse through this online site, I hope it will give you a sense of who we are. If you are wondering what it would be like to be part of such a community and would like to visit our Sunday meeting, send the visit inquiry form below.

Here’s the link to our Facebook page and to listen to our messages.

Bless you.

Pastor Choo Lye Heng

PS Here are links to our vision, priorities and values, and a guide to connecting with NLV.

What's going on:

Weekly Sunday Meeting

Please use the visit inquiry form below:

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Pastor's Blog:

Backlog in “Listen Online”

It started with a number of failed recordings of messages. Now I am severely backlogged. I need to edit for personal remarks or comments made during our discussions that may not appropriate for online “consumption”. Takes some time to do that and I am quite behind in the task. The message titles, up to last […]

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Postings on NLV Facebook Page

Helpful information on doing church and ministry, and what’s happening in the Vineyard that may be of interest are some of the things that are posted here, under “Kaleidoscope”. However, from time to time, stuff like this are posted on NLV’s FB page, so you may want to check that out too! Enjoy and be […]

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Power Healing:

Praying For The Sick

Here is a video of John Wimber teaching and serving at the same time.

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