Have an event, bible study or course that might interest Salt&Light readers? Drop us your details at [email protected].


Salt&Light does not organise or own the events listed below. For more information, please click on the links in each listing to contact the organisers directly.

October 1, 2022

[email protected] Hub


Photo by russn_fckr on Unsplash.


Our God is infinitely creative and an artist without peer. Join a panel of ardent followers of Christ who are also artists, as they speak on the theme of redeeming art for Christ.

The topics covered include:

  • Christian art history and impact
  • What happened to art by Christians and the decline
  • Art and technology – the good, the bad & the ugly
  • Redemptive art – implications for Gospel outreach, transforming life and redeeming society

Meet our speakers

Anne Soh (Arts Release, WEC)

Anne taught in a secondary school as well as worked as a curriculum specialist for music in the Ministry of Education. Her choral compositions have been performed and recorded by various vocal ensembles and choirs in Singapore, including the a cappella group In Transit, which she co-founded.

After completing the MA in Arts with Mission at All Nations Christian College (UK) in 2016, she joined WEC International (Singapore) in 2019. Her role centres on mobilising and training artists for mission, and organising local and overseas arts outreach activities. Anne also contributed to and co-edited a new book, Arts Across Cultures: Reimagining the Christian Faith in Asia (Regnum, 2022).

Vincent Ang (Creatives Globe)

Vincent is the co-founder and partner of Creatives Globe, a platform with a vision to empower creatives of all disciplines to flourish. He has extensive entrepreneurial and corporate experience in diverse industries, and currently serves as an advisor in Honour Singapore and a marriage mentor in Grace Assembly of God.

Vincent believes that creativity in all forms is God’s love and gift to the world through people, and transcends ethnicity, geography or religion.

Georgie Lee (Sound of Art)

Georgie Lee is the chairman of Sound of Art (SOA), an impact-driven art gallery that promotes faith-inspired art.

SOA supports emerging artists across Asia and partners malls, charities and public spaces to make art accessible to all. They believe that art is a powerful way to communicate hope, love and touch the spirit, as well as a platform to spark meaningful conversations with people from all walks of life.

Georgie is also the National President of Gatekeepers Singapore. Together with his son, Galven, he co-authored Unfolding His Story, which documents the history of the charismatic revival in Singapore.

Patrick Bezalel (Patrick Bezalel Gallery)

Patrick is a full-time faith-based and self-taught artist. He is versatile in hand-drawn digital hyper-realism, resin and acrylic or oil, Virtual Reality (VR) painting, digital sculptures and photography.

He has over 20 years of experience in the creative industry as a Creative Director in an agency and also in church full-time, where he directed branding and animation projects and various campaigns. This included directing a 3D animation project for Jr. NBA.

More than 800 of his art pieces have been sold since 2017 when he started as a full-time artist. All his artworks are Augmented Reality (AR)-enabled. Patrick and his team have also launched their own NFT (non-fungible token) project called the Mehtaverse. You can learn all about Patrick, his artwork, and his NFT art here

In addition, he has been serving in the local church and the creative/youth ministry for 17 years.

Meet our moderators

Lily Lee (Director of Patrick Bezalel Gallery)

Lily is the Gallery Director for PBL art and the founder of Mehtaverse NFT.

Prior to this, she founded and ran two branding and digital agencies for more than 20 years. She has experience in building immersive creative experiences (1999 NDP project, NE Shows etc). For 17 years, she served in a local church in various ministries. She is passionate about the next generation and bringing godly values into the creative and web3 space.

Lim Tze Ping (Kindrik Partners)

Ping is a lawyer at Kindrik Partners, a boutique law firm that specialises in venture capital and funding work for tech start-ups in Southeast Asia and New Zealand. She has a longstanding passion for the arts and likes to dabble in poetry, non-fiction and fiction writing in her spare time.

Date: October 1, 2022  

Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm  

Venue: [email protected] Hub
               360 Dunearn Road
               Singapore, 299552

Cost:  Free

Click here to register.

About the organiser:
Digital Mission @ 360 aims to revolutionise mission work by equipping missional people with a digital edge. Drawing inspiration from what God’s people have done in the past, they believe that the Gospel can be accelerated via technology. They seek to be in a position to equip the next generation of missionaries to leverage modern technology to carry out the Great Commission. They are an autonomous ministry of Gospel Light Christian Church (GLCC).