18 Jul: Changi Methodist Church / Punggol Preaching Point

Changi Methodist Church was formerly a preaching point of Geylang Chinese Methodist Church. Worship Service was first conducted at Chong Nan School along Joo Chiat Road. Two years later, it started the pioneer work in Chai Chee, and thus changed its name to Chai Chee Preaching Point.

The working committee of Chai Chee Preaching Point requested to be instituted as a local conference in 1979, and was approved by the Conference Executive Board on 4 October, and officially instituted as a local conference on 21 October 1979.


18 Jul: Charis Methodist Church

We are a contemporary, family-oriented Methodist church that began as a purely dialect-speaking church in 1918. Over the years we have incorporated worship services in Cantonese, English and Mandarin to accommodate the changing needs of our community and society. The glue that binds the different congregations together is our value of unity in diversity.

While reaching Cantonese speakers continues to be a mission of Kum Yan Church, our scope has broadened over the years. We have a thriving children’s ministry as well as a vibrant youth ministry. We are conducting Alpha Courses, and other evangelistic events in Cantonese, English and Mandarin.


17 Jul: Geylang Chinese Methodist Church

Geylang Chinese Methodist Church is founded in cosmopolitan Singapore since 1905. People of diverse nationalities converge and interact around us and with us.

GCMC serves a fraction of these nationals. Beside the locals, she welcomes and cares for Malaysians, mainland Chinese, Vietnamese, Thais and Indonesians. GCMC also ministers to students in the Geylang Methodist School (Secondary). The church seeks to be an active partner alongside the school in areas like tuition, student welfare and character building.

GCMC continues to be an involved participant in the position and situations where God has placed her.


18 Jul: Paya Lebar Chinese Methodist Church

Paya Lebar Chinese Methodist Church was founded in 1939 with the commission to spread the Gospel to the residents in Hougang. Presently, PLCMC is still obeying that call. This is reflected in the vision statement “Build Up, Reach Out”. With our multilingual congregations – Hokkien, Mandarin, Teochew, and English, we have the potential to share Jesus Christ with the new residents who have moved into the Hougang area over the past few years. With God’s help and the Spirit’s empowering, we can fulfil the call of the Great Commission.

SKMC Church photo

18 Jul: Sengkang Methodist Church

In the late 1990s, God’s hand sowed the seeds of ministry that would eventually form Sengkang Methodist Church (SKMC) – as He gave three independent Methodist churches the same vision of beginning ministries in the then-emerging housing estate of Sengkang. Gloria Methodist Church, as it was then known, became like a kernel of wheat which “dies” so that it may “produce many seeds” (John 12:24), as it approved the transfer of all its active members into the new church, alongside members from Hakka Methodist Church and Paya Lebar Chinese Methodist Church. On September 10, 2000, SKMC was constituted as a local conference of the Chinese Annual Conference (CAC).