Rediscover the Wesleyan way of being God’s community and experience the joy and truth of the Christian life that’s transformational through the power of the Holy Spirit.

The Connect Experience 2023 (CE’23) is for everyone, whether you belong to a Connect Group or not.

The Experience

CE’23 is based on the 4As of Biblical Koinonia – Authority of God’s Word, Authenticity in Relationships, Accountability for Good Works, and Acts of the Holy Spirit – as explained in this video.

Not in a Connect Group yet? 

Sign up to a new CE’23 Experience Group*that will meet weekly over eight weeks in July-August.

Session details including timings and refreshment options are listed on the registration page.


*Already in a Connect Group? 

You are encouraged to join CE’23 with your Connect Group. Groups that do not meet weekly are encouraged to do so during the Experience period. Please speak to your leader about CE’23.

Participants will meet weekly in either newly-formed CE’23 Experience Groups, or in their current Connect Groups, over eight weeks.

Through these guided sessions, you will learn how to interpret your lives through the lens of God’s Word, give voice to your experience of God and grow in faith in Christ, over shared meals and fellowship.

CE’23 highlights:


CE’23 is not a course.

It’s an eight-week experiential exercise that helps us to connect with God and one another for the sake of the world.

This exercise is done in small groups. If you are not currently part of a Connect Group, you will be placed with a new CE’23 Experience Group when you sign up. If you are part of a Connect Group, you will be able to indicate how you wish to take part in CE’23 when you sign up.

The Christian life is more than an intellectual pursuit — it is an encounter with God and an experience of His reality in our daily lives.

According to the Bible, such a transformative experience is not possible apart from authentic and accountable relationships with fellow believers through the power of the Spirit.


Experience Groups are new groups – of people who don’t currently belong to a Connect Group – which will be formed for the eight weeks of CE’23 from 1 Jul to 20 Aug 2023.

They will be allocated according to your preferred timings as follows:

Sunday Experience Groups will meet after 0830 and 1030 services at ACS Canteen. (Refreshments and lunch will be provided respectively.)

Monday and Tuesday Experience Groups are also available, with an option for Zoom if necessary.


During the eight weeks from 1 July to 20 August, every Connect Group is encouraged to meet weekly to fully experience the transformative journey with the rest of the church.

You will follow the sermon series during these eight weeks, and use the CE’23 Journals together. The Journal includes a transformation guide and a daily Bible reading plan.

Please speak to your leader about taking part in CE’23, and purchasing the Journal.

CE’23 will run over eight weeks from 1 July to 20 August alongside a complementary pulpit series based on John Wesley’s Sermons.

Registration for CE’23 will close on 17 June. 


Gather your members and sign up to an Experience Group together.


If you can’t make any of the Experience Group timings, please contact the Connect Group ministry to register as a group and indicate your interest in CE’23 resources.

There’s a small fee, depending on which session timings you sign up for.

The payment covers refreshments or lunch, a CE’23 Connect journal containing daily Bible readings linked to weekly sermons, pages for personal reflection, and transformation-focused guides based on the 4As of Biblical Koinonia.


Childminding service is available for those who opt for Sunday Experience Groups (11.30am-1.30pm). Please note that a caregiver should accompany your child if he/she is below 6 years old. Please also prepare some snacks for your child(ren).

You will be assigned based on factors such as age profile, gender, familiarity, services, and more. We are open to receiving groups that have been formed by themselves or individuals’ requests to be put in the same group as their friends. The committee will try its best to accommodate, subject to church priorities.


When CE’23 is over, we will encourage Experience Groups to continue meeting under guidance for another three to six months and eventually become Connect Groups.

The Experience: What people say

Being part of a Connect Group has helped new believers Chewy and Clara go deeper into life’s journey.

The pandemic might have restricted physical interactions, but it did not stop the outpouring of love and support Jaclyn received as she battled cancer. Watch on to hear how her Connect Group shares and acts on their lives of faith with one another.

Hear how Timothy and Annabelle – parents of 3 young children – were supported in spiritual and practical ways by their Connect Group as they seek to live out and grow in their Christian faith.

We know life is busy, but for Mei Lin, Connect Groups are a protected time when she can reflect on her life – through the sharing of others – and her own Christian walk. For Mei Lin, Connect Groups are about doing life on life, rather than becoming Bible knowledge experts.