PL celebrates 100 years of God's blessings
(This article was first published in the March 2016 issue of Methodist Message, the official monthly publication of The Methodist Church in Singapore. Used with permission.)
A call to Worship
|Ms Chia Yong Yong testified of God's Faithfulness
Once a PL-Lite always a PL-Lite
|Pastor Mr Edmund Chan gave an inspiring message to have a close walk with the Lord
PL-Lites of all generations
|The original cast from PL’s musical 'For God So Loved'
|Time of Worship||Welcome home for Chapel||
PL Testifies, held on 19 March 2016, was a call to all old girls of PLMGS to ‘Come Home for Chapel’. Those who were present were able to testify that the afternoon was a time well-spent in the warmth of our familiar chapel service. The curtains of memories were rolled back in a video presentation where former and current PL-Lites testified what chapel meant to them and how it had impacted their lives today. The original cast from PL’s musical “For God So Loved" also gave a soulful rendition of two songs from the musical. Former PL-Lites, Ms Chia Yong Yong and Ms Madeline Yan gave testimony of God's faithfulness in their lives. Finally, our frequent speaker at many of PL’s chapel services, Pastor Edmund Chan, shared and invited all to ‘come home’ to a closer walk with Jesus. PL Testifies has brought together PL-Lites of all generations back to the sheltering walls, so they were refreshed to return to the community to be the light.
On 11 March 2016 (Friday), the Singapore Symphony Orchestra performed to a full house for its outreach concert at the Agape Concert Hall. Besides students from PLMGS (Pri and Sec) and the various schools, the concert audience also included parents, teachers and members of the public. A pre-concert talk preceded the actual performance to help the audience to better appreciate orchestral music.
The orchestra was conducted by Jason Lai, Associate Conductor of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. The programme of the evening focussed on dances and in particular waltzes. Highlights of the evening included excerpts from J S Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 1, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7, Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake and Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5 . Before the concert ended with the famous On the Beautiful Blue Danube by J Strauss II , the orchestra’s Co-Leader Lynette Seah was featured playing the violin solo in Umebayashi’s In the Mood for Love: Yumeji’s Theme
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NKF Photography Contest 2016 “Love Your Kidneys: Get Healthy, Love Life” Vote for our PL-Lites!
Our PL-Lites participated in The NKF Photography Contest 2016 “Love Your Kidneys: Get Healthy, Love Life” and two of their entries were among the top 10!
Their entries will be featured at the NKF exhibition at VivoCity from 11 – 13 March 2016 .
This contest provided our students with an opportunity to express their imagination and creativity by taking a photo that inspires others to get healthy and love life.
Let us celebrate this wonderful honour with our friends and support them through voting for their works at the NKF exhibition. The public vote will account for 20% of the final judging process.
Well done, girls!
Please click here for event brochure and here for location map of the exhibition.
The school congratulates Chiu Weina (Sec 4A4) and Ho Wan Ting Rachel (Sec 4B1) for being awarded the SPF-NPCC Badge. This is the pinnacle award that cadets can look forward to achieving. The objective of awarding the SPF-NPCC badge to cadets is to identify and recognise outstanding cadets with good leadership qualities. The presentation ceremony was held on 1 April 2016 at the Home Team Academy.