We have created FAQ pages to provide additional information regarding the surgical mask orders and live-streaming services.
We would like to thank you for the overwhelming response regarding the pre-order of surgical masks. To streamline the process, we have created an Order Form for all new orders of masks. If your church/organisation has already placed an order prior to this email, there is no need to place another order as your order has already been processed.
As an international and inter-confessional missions organisation that is dedicated to serving the Church and the Christian community, The Bible Society of Singapore recognises the desire of the local churches to continue facilitating worship programmes in spite of the increased preventive measures in view of the COVID-19 outbreak.
In our efforts to meet the needs of the Churches, we have been actively working with our local and international partners to source for alternative methods to enable Churches to resume their worship activities and serve their congregations in spite of the current situation. We are extremely heartened to partner with ThunderQuote on a few initiatives, such as:
- Providing free technical guidance on live-streaming platforms for churches and Christian organisations whose members may be unable to attend meetings and gatherings
- Importing surgical masks for Churches and Christian organisations to pre-order from The Bible Society of Singapore or Bible Resource Centre—limited to purchase 500 masks (100 masks/box) per church or organisation.
- Hand Sanitisers
Through these practical initiatives to render assistance to our brothers and sisters in this time of need, it is our hope that we may spur others on to bear each others’ burdens as we join arms to combat the epidemic as a collective Christian body.
Do continue to pray fervently for individuals and churches that have been affected by the virus, and for the Body of Christ to stand firm in His Word during this period. May the Lord bless us all.
"Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer." — Romans 12:12 (ESV)