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.