Our Stories


  • Care for Creation
    The Season of Creation is celebrated annually from 1 Sep – 4 Oct. Pope Francis invites us to join in the Season of Creation with Christians from all over the […]
  • Upcoming Webinar
    SAILING WITH THE BLUES “The pandemic evolves. Adaptation ensues. What might moving forward look like for you?” Join our Community Sharing Group, to journey alongside others who are calibrating amidst […]
  • Happy Mother’s Day
    With gratitude and in remembrance of my mum on this Mother’s Day, the one thing that I treasure most is the complete freedom she gave me to live my life! […]
  • Gardening With Kids
    Lina was teaching a student how to harvest Okra aka Ladies’ Fingers in our mini organic farm in front of the centre. His mum told us that he loves to […]
  • Learn, Unlearn & Relearn
    When I came across this verse, I was prompted to explore St. Faustina’s Prayer for Adoration in order to know more of what I should do when I look at […]
  • 50th Anniversary of Earth Day
    A Sharing: Today, 22 April 2020 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. As I celebrate this day, I recall the day I met Lyon last year who later introduced […]
  • Easter Sunday Reflection
    This is the day that the Lord has made.  Let us rejoice and be glad in it.  Ps 118 Why rejoice and be glad?  Because Jesus the Son of God, […]
  • Today is Holy Saturday
    “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.  Now the earth was a formless void, there was darkness over the deep and God’s spirit hovered over the water. […]
  • Blessed what there is, for being – MC Reflection
    “Bless what there is, for being.” Whatever it be, bless it because it exists; you need no other reason.”  –  Br.  David Steindl-Rast “I will tell you yet again that […]
  • Organic Veg Growing
    Our Hands-On Organic Gardening Workshop for Adults!
  • Christmas Party 2019
    Christmas Party: 29 December 2019 This is the first time we celebrated Christmas outdoors because the theme for this year’s celebration is “Christmas in Creation”.  After a brief introduction of […]