Please note that as of Monday 5 April 2021, BGST office will revert to the normal working hours from Monday to Friday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (Closed from 12-1 pm)Saturdays and After Office hours - b
For many years now, the Fellowship of Evangelical Students, Singapore and BGST have worked together on events, such as sharing overseas guest lecturers. BGST faculty have been regular speakers at the
BGST will be closed for the CNY holidays from Thursday 11 February to Monday 15 February 2021 (inclusive).We wish you a blessed long weekend and a meaningful time with friends and family!
Due to the rescheduling of OT356 I & II Samuel, OT 365 The Book of Kings: An Anatomy of Religious Decline in Israel & Judah will now start on 30 March 2021, and the last session will be on&nbs
The start date for the course OT356 I & II Samuel has been rescheduled for 19 January 2021. The last session will therefore be 16 March 2021.
Due to this rescheduling, there is now more time to r
Many concerns that we face today require a multi-faceted response, across various disciplines. By approaching issues in this way, Christians will not only have a fuller and more complete understanding
Have you heard of armchair travel? Well, this is a Walking Tour with a difference! Brought to you by the BGST Alumni Resource Team, and expertly facilitated by the IBEx Team of volunteer guides, this
Due to Covid-19, the 2020 AGM will be conducted by electronic means. The details are as follows:
Date: Saturday, 31 October 2020
Time: 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm
For enquiries, please contact BGST at yap_fo
The world is so closely connected today that we cannot afford not to be culturally sensitive. Cultural Intelligence is therefore important in both work and missions, and sometimes even on the home fro
How has work changed for you? What are some of the considerations we need to look into, going ahead, in terms of time, treasure and talent? Join us for the Work, Interrupted series, starting 25 Septem
Due to the BGST Conference in collaboration with the Faraday Institute of Science & Religion from 10 - 15 August, the following classes will start a week later, to allow students to participate in
The Faraday Conference will be on from 10 - 15 August 2020. It opens with a free Public Lecture on Monday 10 August from 7.30 - 9.30 pm. Do sign up under "Events" so that you will be sent th
Welcome to the BGST Turkish Bazaar!These beautiful tiles came all the way from Turkey. Limited quantities available.To purchase, please email Foon Lyn at firstname.lastname@example.org. Accepted payments us
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BGST will be operating from 10 am to 4 pm, so do call if you need to visit after hours. We will be phasing in our return to the premises.If you wish to use the resources in the Library, please co
Put this time of the Circuit Breaker to good use and sign up for our free courses! * NT 220 - The Reliability of the Gospels by Prof Craig BlombergGo to bgst.edu.sg/course/107* NT160 - Bibli
Need teaching resources for June? Would you appreciate some additional materials for small group use during this season? If so, you would be happy to know that BGST is producing a series of free&
Thank you for your interest in our article "Theological Reflection on the Remote Celebration of the Holy Communion" which had appeared in BGST Experience.This is now available on a per request basis.
Library charges for the new Academic Year 2020/21 will be priced at $130. This will allow access to the physical collection, OverDrive and DTL. This charge is compulsory for all Programme Students but
Preaching conference, themed "Proclamation in Today's Digital Age" will be held on the 31st July and 1st of Aug at Faith Methodist Church. Here's an event organised by The Eagles. As BGST st
Due to the extension of the national Circuit Breaker period, we are unable to conduct Seah Chiew Kwan’s Spiritual Retreat live on Saturday 30 May 2020.
However, we are not about to postpone it
Effective July 1, 2019, students can transfer up to 50% of the credits required for a BGST MCS or MDiv programme, subject to the curriculum requirements of each programme. Further exemptions may be