22 Jul: Ang Mo Kio Chinese Methodist Church

Ang Mo Kio Chinese Methodist Church was instituted as a local conference on 24th October 1982. The church has grown gradually over the last 37 years, established the second worship service on 12th July 1998, started the China Ministry Worship Service on 25 Dec 2005, and took on the “Lai Bai Sheng” Dialect Worship Service since Aug 2007.

We aspire to become a Community Church that is filled by the Lord and overflowing with Love. The mission of our church is to be “A Beacon in the Community–Enter the Community to Bring men to Christ”.


27 Nov: Bukit Panjang Methodist Church

Bukit Panjang Methodist Church (BPMC) was first established in 1937 as a predominantly Hokkien congregation reaching out to the community in the Bukit Panjang area / under the Chinese Annual Conference (CAC) within The Methodist Church in Singapore (MCS).

Through the years, God has enlarged His tent as shown by the growing Hokkien, Mandarin, English, and Youth congregations. Our church building stands on a small hill, overlooking the neighbouring residential area and adjacent to Trinity Theological College. We are now a multi-ethnic and multi-generation church worshipping at the adjacent locations of 488 and 496 Upper Bukit Timah Road.

BPMC’s mission is “Becoming deeply devoted intentional Disciples of Jesus, finishing the Great Commission in our lifetime. (Matthew 28:18-20)”.


18 Jul: Changi Methodist Church

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.


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: Holy Covenant Methodist Church

Before Holy Covenant MC was instituted as a local conference, it was a preaching point of Telok Ayer Methodist Church. The church premises at Wishart Road was built with the vision to evangelise and meet the needs of the residents as well as the members of Telok Ayer CMC who live in the Telok Blangah area. It was inaugurated by Bishop Hobart B Amstutz on 29th December 1963. Shortly thereafter, Hokkien service was started. The Mandarin services began in the 1980s.

Holy Covenant was officially instituted as a local conference on 1st January 1997 and the name Holy Covenant was chosen as a remembrance of God’s Covenant of Grace. The vision of Holy Covenant MC is to be a disciple church. Our goal is to lead people into a covenantal relationship with God, to worship and praise Him, to fellowship, to watch over one another and grow in love, to build and equip the disciples in the Word, and to serve in His power.


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.


18 Jul: Queenstown Chinese Methodist Church

Queenstown Chinese Methodist Church stands as a testimony of the connection between the CAC and the Trinity Annual Conference. It was in 1964 that both the conferences came together to make possible the building, which houses both QCMC as well as Faith Methodist Church. QCMC’s continual upgrading speaks of the church’s desire to be constantly relevant in a rapidly changing society.

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18 Jul: Toa Payoh Chinese Methodist Church

Toa Payoh Chinese Methodist Church was neither planned for nor budgeted and built by its own members. Instead, its establishment was made possible by the joint sponsorship of Foo Chow Methodist Church, in conjunction with other Methodist churches.

On 8 September 1971, Faith Methodist Church set up a committee to plant a church. The church building project was completed in August 1973 and established as a local conference on 14 August 1977. In 1988, both the English and Mandarin pastors and leaders received a vision of rebuilding the church and the two local conferences signed a memorandum of understanding for the church rebuilding in 2005. The rebuilding project commenced in March 2008 and Bishop Wee Boon Hup presided over the sanctuary dedication service on 31 August 2013.

At present, Toa Payoh Chinese Methodist Church runs three worship services: The Chinese Worship Service, the Hokkien Worship Service, and New Life Worship. The mission of Toa Payoh Chinese Methodist Church is to “Lead People to the Lord, to be the Lord’s Disciples.” We pray that our Lord Jesus Christ will continue to raise pastors, leaders, and members to enter the society and shine for Christ, that people will be led to God by His grace to experience salvation and worship Christ Jesus who has received all authority in heaven and on earth.