Singapore Bible College exists to carry out the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ. In a span of six decades, the College has grown from a handful of students to having 3,000 alumni serving our Lord faithfully in more than 40 countries. By standing on the shoulders of our spiritual giants who have inspired us, SBC’s leadership, faculty, staff, alumni, and partners are committed to provide an impactful theological education for the Church and mission field. Do join us in our celebration of a historical moment at SBC!
The counselling week will highlight the personal story of Martin Luther as an example of how human brokenness can be transformed towards becoming powerfully used by God.
For enquiries, please contact Ms. Diana Voun at 6559-1528 or
13 FEB 2017 ( MON )
8.30 – 11am Gender & Sexuality lecture by Mr. Joseph John
2.30 – 6.00pm Marital Family Therapy lecture by Mr. Benny Bong
5.45 – 7.45pm Addictions Therapy lecture by Dr. Val Gonzales
14 FEB 2017 ( TUE )
10.10 – 11am SOC Chapel: The Journey Towards Wholeness by Dr. Val Gonzales
(Open to SOC alumni & students only)
2.30 – 5.30pm Spiritual Direction & Mentoring lecture by Mr. Chong Ser Choon
6.45 – 9.45pm Human Development lecture by Dr. Linda Bubod
15 FEB 2017 ( WED)
9.00 – 10am Integration of Psychology & Theology I lecture by Dr. Val Gonzales
11.10am – 12.10pm Integration of Psychology & Theology II lecture by Dr. Val Gonzales
2.30 – 5.30pm Theory & Practice lecture by Ms. Esther Tan
4.15 – 6.15pm Professional Ethics & Ethical Issues lecture by Dr. Val Gonzales
16 FEB 2017 ( THU )
7 – 9pm Spiritual Direction/Friendship talk by Dr. Esther Law
17 FEB 2017 ( FRI )
9.00 – 11.30am Social & Multi-Cultural Issues in Counselling by Ms. Donna Lim
3.00 – 5.00pm Psychopathology lecture on Depression by Dr. Ko Soo Meng
No registration is required for the above lectures.
26 MAR 2017 ( SUN )
7.30 – 9pm | Venue: TBC
A Reformation Evensong
Influenced by the Evening Vespers started by Martin Luther in the early 16th century, the Evensong continues to be a regular gathering for evening worship in the Anglican tradition. In anticipation of the 500th year of the Reformation in October 2017, Canticorum (SBC’s community choir) aims to give the contemporary churchgoer a sense of connectedness to the Church of all times, all places, and of all peoples.
For enquiries, please contact Ms. Hannah Ang at 6559-1520 or
14 AUG 2017 ( MON )
7.30 – 9pm | SBC Lecture Theatre
“Reformed and Always Reforming”: Appropriating the Reformation Today
by Dr. Violet James
Five hundred years ago, the Reformation brought the Gospel into a dark world of superstitions, folk religion, and fear. Centuries later, the Gospel’s gains are at risk in a generation of nominal Christianity. Come and hear how the Asian church should grow by being “reformed and always reforming.”
For enquiries, please contact Ms. Cheng Ting Ting at 6559-1516 or
10 JUL – 31 AUG 2017 ( MON – FRI )
9am – 5pm | Singapore Bible College 新加坡神学院
Exhibition: On the Shoulders of Our Spiritual Giants
The year 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, which changed the Church and the world forever. Follow the footsteps of Martin Luther and the Reformers as we witness how the Gospel spread worldwide, all the way to Singapore. By standing on the shoulders of our spiritual giants, we will see how God has worked through Singapore Bible College to bring the Gospel to the ends of the earth.
Please contact the SBC Business Office at 6559-1555 to register for a visit to the exhibition.
Block out these dates now for the SBC Alumni Retreat & SBC’s 65th Anniversary! There will be special events planned by the College, three talks on “Nurturing One’s Inner Life” by a guest speaker, and bonding time in your individual schools. Look out for the invitation and registration details. The closing date for registration is 31 January 2017. See you there!
For enquiries, please contact Ms. Jen Ng at 6559-1561 or
We will be taken through time to learn from and imitate our spiritual giants from the biblical period, the Church Fathers, the Reformation, the missionary movement, until today. Upon their shoulders, we will carry on our mission to glorify God.
Lunch will be provided. Open to alumni for registration at
Canticorum, SBC’s community choir, will be leading us in an evening of robust singing of hymns and artistic renditions of beloved anthems to celebrate the faithfulness of God through the ages and uphold the founding tenets of our faith.
Free admission. By tickets only. Tickets are available from www.sbc.edu.sg from 19 June 2017.
This dinner celebrates 65 years of God’s faithfulness with SBC supporters, staff and alumni. Apart from the fellowship and feasting, we will share our sharpened vision for tomorrow and renew our passion. While looking back to history, we anticipate training even more faithful servant leaders in the future. (By invitation only)