Don't miss these Christmas productions this December!

Don't miss these Christmas productions this December!

Christmas is a perfect time to share the Gospel with friends and family who do not yet know the true reason behind the season.

Not sure how to start the conversation? Invite them to a Christmas production, which may just be the spark you need to open up a meaningful dialogue about the faith.

From a star-studded Mandarin concert to music performances along Orchard Road, here are 7 upcoming productions that will not just provide good entertainment, but also share the true spirit of Christmas.

The best part is: All of them are free to attend!

1. 爱我愿意: Count Me In, a star-studded Christmas concert

爱我愿意: Count Me In will be held at Suntec Convention Centre on December 10.

Invite all your Mandarin-speaking friends and family to this Christmas celebration concert, which will see celebrities like Felicia Chin, Rui En, Charlie Goh, Chew Chor Meng and Annette Lee perform heartfelt songs and share personal stories about their faith.

Held in Mandarin, the concert is organised by Salt&Light‘s sister website《还好吗》, a Chinese evangelistic platform launched by the Thirst Collective in 2022. Its vision is to share the Gospel to the Chinese-speaking community, locally and globally.

Tickets for the 8pm show have been snapped up, but the organisers have added an additional show at 4pm. 

When: December 10 at 4PM, 8PM
Where: Suntec Convention Centre, Level 6

Get your tickets here.

2. WORTH, an original short play about mental health

Touching on the topic of mental health, WORTH by Cornerstone Community Church wants to point people to the hope that they can find in Jesus.

To speak into the growing issue of mental health, Cornerstone Community Church came up with WORTH, which follows Uncle Henri as he meets a stranger on Christmas Day and, through their conversation, finds the courage to face his own loss.

The original short play, which includes an original soundtrack, is about finding hope in the valleys and discovering the meaning of life.

TRIGGER WARNING: This production features content about terminal illness, loss and suicide, which may be distressing for some.

When: December 23 at 11am (bilingual), 1.30pm (youth), 5pm (with sign language); and December 24 at 9am and 11am (available online)
Where: Cornerstone Katong, Main Auditorium
The Odeon Katong, 11 East Coast Road, #03-01, Singapore 428722

Seats given on a first-come-first-served basis. More details can be found here.

3. Good Christian People, a youth play exploring what it means to be good

Good Christian People, by the youth ministry of Bethel Assembly of God, asks: “Why do we bother being good?”

Ally is what everyone would call a “good Christian girl”. Brought up by a strict mother, she strives to earn God’s favour by being good – until she meets an ah beng (gangster) who mocks everything she’s ever believed in. Her life unravels even further when she discovers a secret that her “perfect” family has been hiding.

Put together by Velocity, the youth ministry of Bethel Assembly of God, this Christmas play takes a humorous and honest look at the human condition and uncovers the true reason Jesus stepped into our world 2,000 years ago.

When: December 24 and 25, 10am 
Where: Bethel Assembly of God, Sanctuary 
81 Aljunied Avenue 2, Singapore 389957

Seats given on a first-come-first-served basis.

4. Kopitiam, a musical about an aunty who can’t keep the Good News to herself

Come and find out why kopitiam aunty Ah Choo just cannot keep this piece of Good News to herself.

In Galilee Bible-Presbyterian Church’s Kopitiam, kopi aunty Ah Zhu cannot help but share the Good News she has heard with her customers. She befriends three regular customers from different walks of life and, after learning about their unique struggles, points them to where they can find hope and healing.

Be kiasu like her and don’t miss out on this important message!

When: December 23 at 4.30pm
Where: Galilee Bible-Presbyterian Church
Sanctuary Level 1, 202 Pandan Gardens, Singapore 609338

Free seating. Dinner is provided! Register here.

5. When Love Came Down, a bilingual worship musical about Jesus’ life on earth

Follow Jesus’ life and ministry in this musical by Queenstown Baptist Church.

Experience God’s love anew with this bilingual musical by Queenstown Baptist Church, which traces the footsteps of Jesus, starting from when he stepped down into our world as a baby to when He gave His life up for us at the cross.

The set consists of familiar tunes such as When Love Came Down, Worthy is the Lamb and We are the Reason, as well as carols Joy to the World, Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee, O Come, All Ye Faithful and many more.

When: December 25 at 3.30pm and 7pm
Where: Queenstown Baptist Church
495 Margaret Drive, Singapore 149305

Dinner is provided! Get your tickets here.

6. Kingdomcity Christmas Show, a line-up of music-filled performances for the whole family

All ages are welcome. Catch a sneak peek along Orchard Road on Dec 15 and 16.

At Kingdomcity’s Christmas show, enjoy a range of musical performances including a spectacular drum item, carolling and a fun Christmas musical on the Nativity story that even kids will enjoy.

When: December 22 and 23, 7pm
Where: Capitol Theatre 
17 Stamford Road, Singapore 178907

Seats are limited. More information and tickets are available here.

To get a sneak peek of the show, the cast will be performing snippets along Orchard Road on December 15, 7pm and 8pm at Wisma Atria, and on December 16, 7.30pm at the outdoor stage in front of ION Mall.

7. The Lights of Christmas, a play about the birth and hope of Jesus

Go back in time and witness the birth of Jesus in this play by The Salvation Army Singapore.

This production by The Salvation Army Singapore pays tribute to when Jesus was born into this world, bringing light into the darkness, as well as joy and peace to a broken world.

When: December 8 at 8pm
Where: William Booth Corps 
500 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 678106

When: December 16 at 4pm
Where: Changi Corps
7 Upper Changi Road North, Singapore 507705

Seats given on a first-come-first-served basis.


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Gracia Lee

Gracia is a journalism graduate who thoroughly enjoys people and words. Thankfully, she gets a satisfying dose of both as a writer and Assistant Editor at Salt&Light.