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Westminister Shorter Catechism


The Westminster Shorter Catechism (or simply the Shorter Catechism) was completed in 1647 as part of the Westminster Standard. It is a succinct summary or exposition of Christian faith & doctrine, and has been a guide & teaching tool for the passing on of Presbyterian beliefs. The Shorter Catechism is composed of 107 Q&A's. Questions include -

  • What is the chief end of man? 
  • What is God?
  • How did Christ, being the Son of God, become man? 
  • What benefits do believers receive from Christ at death?

Participants will gain an understanding of the essential Reformed perspective of God based on Scriptural texts.






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SoCM Online on Sunday

5 - 6 p.m.

Past Sessions
Some notes from Past Sessions

6 Sep
The Fal of Man and
the Nature of Sin

20 Sep
The Effects of the Fall

Conducted by Rev Edward Goh

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