About Us

 

Welcome to Trinity Community Centre

“A Faith Based Loving Family Church”

Welcome to the Family of God in TCC – a faith-based loving family church whose aim is to be a community centre of warm, effervescent, outreaching of Christian love, a place with all of its components united in order to transform communities through education, edification and manifestation of miracles in your life.

Read more: Mission/Vision

Reverend Alicia Teo was saved in Sri Lanka in 1989 receiving two visions of the Messiah during two consecutive Saturday afternoon church services prior to reading the Bible which was in line with the descriptions in the Books of Daniel and Revelation. In the same year, she ministered healing in signs and wonders with her first miracle where a nine year old boy, who was mute from birth suddenly spoke.

God has used her mightily in the nations of the Philippines, India, Indonesia, East and West Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore in signs and wonders through healing the chronically sick. Stroke patients healed and bow down before Jesus, deaf ears opened, blind eyes opened, the mute speak, bones broken into three joined, lupus healed, arthritis healed, cancer tumours disappeared and heart attack miraculously healed just to name a few. 

Read more: Reverend Alicia Teo & Brother Peter

Pastor Darien Choo assumed the position of Senior Pastor of Trinity Community Centre as of 1 Dec 2019.  Previously he had been the Associate and headed the Praise & Worship team including the Music Ministry, Youth/Young Adult Ministry and Father Me Inner Healing Ministry. He is the ordained minister and member of USA OMEGA Team, an International Apostolic & Prophetic Network and also member of Alliance of Pentecostal Charismatic Churches of Singapore (APCCS) to preach the Gospel.

Prior to serving God fulltime, he was a MNC Regional Head in Supply Chain Management for South-East Asia. He also served in Keppel Group for more than ten years in the various leadership capacities after graduating from Nanyang Technological University under their Scholarship. Whilst serving Keppel in Norway for four years, he served the Lord in Stavanger International Church (SIC) in Worship, Young Couple and Evangelical Ministries.

Read more: Pastor Darien Choo & Pastor Carrine

Pastor Francis Ng is the ordained Pastor of Trinity Community Centre since 2014 and sits on the Pastoral Board. From the age of ten he was already serving in a Catholic church in many leadership roles and was also one of the key leaders in the prayer group that conducts home visitation, praying for families. At aged 26 he accepted the Lord at Calvary Assembly of God Church (CAG) at Upper East Coast Road, serving in various capacities first as Usher then head of the Altar Ministry and co-lead the Home Visitation Ministry in CAG where he met his wife. He now has two sons, who are serving in the Music Ministry.

Read more: Pastor Francis & Sister Pauline

“As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Now remain in my love. If you keep my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have kept my Father’s commands and remain in his love. I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete. My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you.” John 15:9-12 

Read more: 19 January 2020

Today's Inspiration: 2 Corinthians 13:5 is a reminder to us to know who we really are in Christ Jesus. Are there any carnality still within us to deal with? Our life is to honor God and since He lives in us, we need to ensure we examine ourselves daily. As we enter into the Chinese new year, let us examine our life before the Lord to ensure we are not disqualified from the Kingdom of God. This requirement is also imposed by David in Psalm 139:23-24 to humbly come to God to search him and know his heart, test him to see if there are any wickedness in him and lead him in the way everlasting. In fact, this should be our daily prayer. In partaking the Holy Communion, Apostle Paul speaks to the Corinthian church to examine themselves first before partaking of the bread and the cup. Holy Communion must be partaken in a worthy manner pleasing to God. 1 Corinthians 11:27-28. V31 exhort us to examine ourselves and turn to righteousness, so we will not be judged.

Many of us are reluctant to face the insights revealed by the Holy Spirit and hence they tend not to examine themselves each day before the Lord. We need to recognise and acknowledge those Stony parts in us that need to be examined and handed to Christ in true repentance with our whole heart. Even Apostle Paul admitted that he could not handle his carnal nature and he needed the Deliverance through Jesus Christ our Lord so that he will not be disqualified. Romans 7:25.

We need to spend time, meditating and praying, asking God if there are still carnal nature in our life that we need cleansing. Sometimes we think we know who we are but in the presence of God, we are surprised to receive insights from God beyond our imagination as He reached out to touch the very heart of our being. Checking if we are in alignment with God from time to time is so very essential. It's a process of life that entails painful effort to ensure our entrance into His kingdom. Philippians 2:12-13 speaks about the process of working out our salvation.

We cannot afford to be disqualified from the Kingdom. Everyone of us has some form of heart sins which we carry with us since childhood and these heart sins like anger, bitterness, envy etc tend to manifest from time to time when we focus much on our work and neglect the time with God or being provoked. This is why we need to examine ourselves daily so we stay clean and not be disqualified.

Don't be overly discouraged by what is revealed by the Holy Spirit. Rather than wallowing in discouragement when the heart sins are being revealed, make concerted efforts to get rid of their power over your lives, always telling the enemy that they have no right to your life and mind as you are being purchased by God with His blood. God is a consuming fire that can burn out the enemies of our soul. Hebrews 12:29.

It is always good to take control of the forces that tried to disqualify us by examining ourselves and rededication to the Lord from time to time. God be praised!