We proclaim him, admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present everyone perfect in Christ.
Colossians 1: 28
Your spiritual well-being matters. Our pastors and church leaders are concerned about and interested in the growth of every Wesleyan’s faith.
The Discipleship and Nurture ministry’s key mission is to equip individuals in their life-long journey of faith and also to enable them to develop their God-given talents for works of service in God’s Kingdom.
The Wesley Discipleship Model (WDM) was developed to help you in your discipleship journey.

The WDM is simple — all you need to do is to avail yourself to participate in the learning sessions and activities selected for the five Faith Catalyst Environments — C.O.R.D.S. — and you will discover the wonderful and fulfilling life that God has intended for each of us individually and all of us collectively!

To equip you in your life-long journey of faith and enable you to develop your God-given talents for works of service in God’s Kingdom, the Discipleship and Nurture (D&N) Committee was given the task to coordinate with other ministries, facilitate, and support these courses throughout the C.O.R.D.S. Environments.


The D&N Ministry comprises of:

A wide range of Christian resources are provided including insightful lay training courses, in-depth bible studies, interesting multimedia resources and workshops on contemporary Christian concerns to help you grow in Christ-likeness. The variety of resources available caters to Christians of all stages of spiritual maturity. No matter where you are in your journey as a disciple of God, you will find something that suits your needs.


To find out more about the D&N Ministry, send us an email here: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Download the D&N Curriculum Catalogue 20/21 here.


Companions in Christ

CIC is a 28-session journey that moves through five parts: Christian journey, scripture, prayer, call, and spiritual guidance. Through the journey, you will:

  • explore the depths of Scripture, learn to listen to God through it, and allow your life to be shaped by the Word;
  • experience new dimensions of prayer, try fresh ways of opening to God, and learn what it means to practise the presence of God;
  • reflect on Christ’s call in your life and discover anew the gifts that God is giving you for living out your personal ministry;
  • grow together with fellow participants as a Christian community and gain skills in learning how small groups in the church become settings for spiritual guidance.

The success of the main CIC programme has led the course originators to introduce the following shorter modules:


  1. Exploring the Way (7 sessions)
  2. The Way of Forgiveness (9 sessions)
  3. The Way of Blessedness (10 sessions)
  4. The Way of Grace (10 sessions)
  5. The Way of Prayer (11 sessions)
  6. The Way of Discernment (11 sessions)
  7. The Way of Scripture (8 sessions)
  8. The Way of Transforming Discipleship (7 sessions)


The Discipleship & Nurture (D&N) Committee has offered the first two shorter modules and will be starting two classes on The Way of Blessedness next year. Other than Exploring the Way, which is open to all, the other seven shorter modules are only open to those who have completed the main 28-session CIC programme.


The entire CIC series focuses on participants' experiences of God and discovery of spiritual practices that help them to share more fully in the life of Christ. It aims to help participants grow spiritually by enabling them to immerse themselves through the spiritual disciplines of prayer, scripture, ministry, worship, study and Christian conversation.


All the resources in the series explore classic spiritual practices and invite participants to develop daily patterns that open their lives to more authentic and deeper relationships with God and with one another.

Once a Companion, always a Companion!


DISCIPLE is a four phased Bible Study programme that aims to transform lives, not merely to be informative of God’s Word. Living transformed lives means we grow from the infancy of just being believers to the maturity of becoming disciples. After all, Jesus commanded us to “make disciples of all nations”, and to do so requires of us to become disciples ourselves.

Truly, “If you make my word your home, you will indeed be my disciples.” (John 8:31, NJB)
The DISCIPLE Bible Study series comprises the following studies/phases:
DISCIPLE I: Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study
This study gives the Old and New Testament equal emphasis, focusing on the wholeness of the Bible as a revelation of God. It is a 34-week study in which the principal scripture for each session follows the chronological movement of the biblical story from Creation to the New Jerusalem. This study covers 80 percent of the Bible and is also the foundation for the other three modules. The study aims to develop biblically nourished people committed to live as disciples of Jesus.
DISCIPLE II: Into The Word Into The World
This study is a 32-week in-depth study of Genesis, Exodus, Luke and Acts, which emphasises the rhythm of coming to God and going for God, of being in the Word and in the world. Participants are encouraged to practise spiritual disciplines that arise out of Scripture, for the purpose of changing habits and transforming lives. They are encouraged at every session to make decisions about how they will respond to Scripture in terms of ministry in the world. Each week, participants will also be guided in experiencing the gift of Sabbath rest and renewal.
DISCIPLE III: Remember Who You Are
This study is a 32-week in-depth study of the prophets and the letters of Paul, focusing on the connection between memory and identity as the people of God. There are several themes that weave their way in the study — the call to remember; the call to repentance; the need for renewed vision; and the place of community. These themes reflect the scriptures wherein the prophets and Paul are continually calling hearers and readers back to their God and to a sense of who they are as a people “set apart”.
DISCIPLE IV: Under The Tree Of Life
This study is a 32-week in-depth study of the Old Testament writings, the Gospel of John, and the epistles of John, James, Jude and Revelation. The emphasis on the Psalms in the study as Israel’s hymn and prayer book leads participants to a sense of worship. Present throughout the entire study is a sense of living toward completion — toward the climax of the message and the promise, extravagantly pictured in the book of Revelation.



The groups in each phase meet once a week for two- and-a-half hours. Participants are expected to complete their independent study each week and to spend about 30 minutes daily in preparation for the weekly group meetings. Each member of the group would need a study manual, which would be provided to participants at the orientation or first meeting of the study, and a Bible. The Bible is the text for the study and the study manual will guide group members in their study and preparation for the weekly group sessions. There is space in the manual for taking notes while reading Scripture or during the weekly group discussion, and for recording thoughts and questions arising out of the daily study.
Participants need to complete the DISCIPLE I foundation study before they can register for the other studies.
The DISCIPLE Agency has a pool of dedicated volunteer- trainers who conduct training, share the ethos of DISCIPLE, and help churches fulfill the Jesus’ commission. The facilitators for the above modules in Wesley Methodist Church have been trained and are a dedicated team who believe in the transforming work of the Bible that only the Saviour can enable.

Precept Upon Precept


About Precept Upon Precept (PUP)

  • It is an in-depth study course on the books of the Bible. It gives us an opportunity to study the Word of God in an easy format.
  • Length of time for each PUP module: between three and four months.
  • Lesson format: 1. Individual homework 2. Group discussion 3. Video teaching
  • Inductive Bible Study Method: Observation, Interpretation and Application.

Our mission is ‘to engage our students in inductive Bible study so as to have a deeper relationship with God’. A careful and thorough observation of the Bible text enables us to have an accurate interpretation of the Word of God. This in turn leads us to apply Scripture appropriately in our daily lives, resulting in our transformation into Christ-likeness.



At Precept@Wesley, we:

  • encourage students to go beyond our classroom Bible study to share personal insights and applications with one another throughout the week;
  • organise dinner fellowships;
  • share testimonies of the work of God in our lives through the application of His Word.

What to Expect

We aim to expose our students to different biblical genres from the Old Testament and New Testament as the Bible study method varies slightly for different literature types.

Books studied in 2018: 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, 1 Chronicles and Hebrews

Books studied in 2019: 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians

Books to be studied in 2020: Ezekiel, Revelation

WDM Core Series

To get us going on this discipleship journey, D&N has put together a series of modules that would help us build a foundation in coming to know God and our Methodist roots.


The Core Series consists of 11 modules spanning across the five Faith Catalyst Environments or C.O.R.D.S. The modules can be covered concurrently and need not be done sequentially.


Figure 1: The C.O.R.D.S. Environments


Core series modules aim to help new Christians and newcomers to Wesley in their journey of faith and integration into our church.


The Core Series modules (with practicums and teaching lessons) include the following:

  • Essentials of Prayer
  • How to read the Bible
  • Discovering the Holy Trinity
  • Sacraments & Worship
  • Sharing Your Faith Naturally
  • God’s Heart for the Poor & Needy
  • Discover your SHAPE/ deployment
  • Methodism
  • Experiencing Small Group Life
  • Devotion-in-Groups
  • Spiritual Formation Weekend


In an effort to offer depth in Bible studies to complement the breadth of the curriculum, Wesley is also working closely with the EQUIP (formerly CDCM, the Centre for the Development of Christian Ministry) of Trinity Theological College (TTC) in hosting their evening classes on our church premises.

EQUIP offers a Certificate and Licentiate programme for participants. These courses can be credited to the Certificate in Mission Practice and Certificate in Christian Ministry offered by TTC. EQUIP classes falls under the Scriptural Obedience environment.


There will be one 8-week course conducted on Wesley premises every quarter. These courses include biblical, theological, historical and missiological modules, designed for Christians who wish to equip themselves for personal growth and effective ministry, in overseas cross-cultural fields or Christian ministry.


The courses include:


  • Issues in Christian Mission
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Survey of Bible Doctrine
  • Missio Dei: Historical & Holistic Perspectives
  • Introducing World Religions
  • Theology of Mission
  • Old Testament Survey
  • New Testament Survey

In 2019, courses that will be conducted in the four quarters include the following:

  • Philippians
  • Social Issues in the Minor Prophets
  • Christian Witness in the World
  • Missio Dei (or the Divine Mission).

The dates for the above modules will be published in Wesley Weekly.

Contemporary Issues

In any era, there are always several critical issues of society which must be biblically addressed by the church. While we are not of the world, we are told to be in the world (John 15:19). We are also told to be salt and light of the world (Matthew 5:13-14).


As such, three times a year, D&N organises talks relating to the challenges of our times through the lens of our biblical teachings. These talks are conducted to further equip us to engage challenges to our faith posed by these societal issues. Examples of such talks are Science and God, God of the Old Testament and New Testament, and Asian culture and Christians. Contemporary Issues is grouped under the Scriptural Obedience environment.


Contemporary Issues refer to seminars conducted by guest speakers, which usually take place for a day or half a day.


In 2018, the Contemporary Issues seminars that were organised included the following:

  1. Man – Created or Evolved; Fact, Fiction & Forewarning
  2. Christianity, Judaism and Islam: Abrahamic Faith
  3. Has God Changed? Comparing God in the Old Testament and New Testament

The topics, which change each year, are chosen with feedback from church members and in consultation with the church leadership.

Word Alive!

Word Alive is a ministry that study the Scripture and allowing the Holy Spirit to ultimately gives us the understanding and revelation of Scripture. This ministry is hemmed by several teachers that have been ministering to the participants with their teachings.

Ms Harriet Ponnapa
Dr Aw Swee Eng
Rev Dr Sudhir Isaiah
Mrs Yap Poh Khim
Ms Cindy Chen


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Mid-Week Teaching Series

Short teaching sessions to provide nourishment during the week.

Target Audience

Anyone who wishes to take a break from day-to- day tasks to re-center on God's Word


1 to 3 hours/Periodical


Lecture style/interactive

Life Lessons in Hard Times From the Book of Ruth by Rev Benjamin Lee



Come & See: Meeting Jesus in John's Gospel (Chap 1-3) by Rev David Ho



The Last 3 Things by Rev Stanley Chua



Ecclesiastes Overview by Rev Raymond Fong



Worldviews by Rev Raymond Fong




Ministry work is using whatever God has gifted us to serve Him and others in our community. God wants us to use the gifts that He has given us to build up His Body and fulfil the needs in His Church Family.

Let’s be His priests (Rev 1:6) and serve in God’s Kingdom… but if you don’t know Where and What can you do...

SHAPE helps participants find matching areas of service through the discovery of their Spiritual gifts, Heart, Ability, Personality and Experience.


This course is made up of three parts:

Part 1: Complete and submit an essential pre-course homework.
Part 2: Attend a three-hour class
Part 3: Attend an interview session where a SHAPE interviewer will help to interpret your SHAPE results and recommend areas for you to exercise your spiritual gifts. Various interview time slots will be made available for you to select during the class.



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