Trial classes (optional) are open in the afternoon.
SBC Open House is designed for prospective students who see the need to be equipped for Christian ministry. If you are wrestling with discerning God’s call in your life and deciding on whether you should undergo theological education, this Open House is for you!
The Covid-19 pandemic changed church operations and community life drastically. Despite the easing of measures since Phase 2, things will never be the same.
Amidst all these, our challenges abound. We not only have to adapt to the new norm in our lives, but also the way we do church and engage believers and non-believers alike. This pandemic has opened new platforms for reaching out. It’s exciting to hear reports of growing interest of non-Christians attending online worship services, and asking their Christian friends for prayer or answers to tough questions of life.
Perhaps you are thinking, “I want to be a part of God’s work.” or “How can I contribute to the greater work of God?” Come join our Open House to find out more about seminary training! May God’s kingdom come and His will be done in your life!
We will provide you with online opportunities to hear from and interact with our professors and students, and to sample our unique SBC community life by attending our chapel and classes.
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If you are keen to explore God’s calling in your life, please register online with us by 11 September 2020. For enquiries, you may also drop us an email at email@example.com.
We look forward to meeting you.
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SBC provides formal, non-formal and informal training. Informal training takes place in a student’s personal reflection of his learning experience, in through friendships and in cross-cultural interactions within the SBC community. There are many facilities and opportunities available for informal training to take place.
List of Classes
This course explores the ways in which worldview, cultural values, and social structures influence communication of the gospel, including the three Cs—culture, contextualization, and communication. Issues relating to successful personal adaptation in a new cultural setting are discussed. Case studies are employed to facilitate understanding and identification with realistic scenarios.
This course seeks to explore one’s relationship with God through Christian spirituality, referring “to a relationship with God as lived in practice, as dynamics are formulated as explored through formal study” (Evan Howard). Students will examine relationship with God in the context of the challenges of today’s world. Students will develop a healthy approach to relating to God for Christian life and ministry.
Travel the world with Professor Eudy Palaruan, and marvel at the various gifts of sound which God has given to all peoples, tribes, and nations. This class on practical composition using non Western music-making techniques, will lead you to worship with your whole being, as music, dance, literature, voice and instruments collide to present an offering of worship to the Creator of us all.
Under the strong instructional hand of Dr. Joel Navarro, join this choral conducting class and peek-in to explore what it means to go beyond score reading, towards an informed interpretation in performance. Explore how musical relationships, patterns and processes form the backbone of composition. Join us for a while and be challenged to go beyond information to insight, from mere sound, to pure beauty.
* Those interested in SOC Chinese Programme are welcome to sign up for this course.
Self-awareness and personal growth contribute significantly to one’s well-being and effectiveness as a therapist. This course focuses on the journey and development of the therapist as a person and a professional, and what it takes to be a good and effective therapist.