Remember also your Creator in the days of your youth, before the evil days come and the years draw near of which you will say, “I have no pleasure in them.” (Ec 12:1)


The Teen Fellowship (TF) has been an ever-youthful and ever-growing ministry since it started in January 2005. The TF is a group of 10 to 12 teens who faithfully meet up every Saturday afternoon for a time of worship, sharing of lives, listening to God’s Word, prayer, playing games and sweet, sweet fellowship.

Every couple of months, the TF also organize special programmes such as cottage meetings (where fellowship takes place at a teen’s house) and outings (e.g., flying kites, cycling at East Coast Park). A Christian walk is never easy, and choosing the narrow way is always tough especially in this period of growing up and peer pressure. We are therefore thankful for the accountability in the TF and for fellow Christian brothers and sisters to encourage us to press forward amidst our trials.


The Youth Fellowship (YF) meets regularly on Saturday afternoon and on other days for special activities. Major events of the YF include: the YF Camp, YF Anniversary, evangelism, visitations, and combined meetings with other youth fellowship groups.

Presently, the YF has an average attendance of about 8 to 12 youths each week. Many may be young and new to the fellowship, but they have shown great initiative and support for the YF. Praise the Lord for their enthusiasm! Indeed, God has been very gracious to the YF'ers throughout these years. Many of our youths have grown in their faith through the YF programmes, and are actively serving God in the various ministries in the Church. Some have entered Bible College and graduated to become pastors and preachers. We pray that with a new group of young people in Moriah, the YF will continue to grow and be a channel of blessing to those in need of God’s salvation and Christian love.

Young Adult

The Young Adult Fellowship (YAF) was formed in 2005 with the aim of giving Christian adults a distinct biblical identity through fellowship and interaction on a regular basis. The YAF plans activities, talks, seminars and discussions to address contemporary issues. To this end, it endeavours to give biblical answers to the problems and difficulties that adults have to confront in modern situations.

On the lighter side, the YAF also gathers for Praise Friday, a monthly cottage meeting where members of the fellowship can get to know one another on a more personal basis.