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Changi Methodist Church

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All About Changi Methodist Church Singapore 

Geylang Chinese Methodist Church’s preaching location previously served as Changi Methodist Church. A worship service gets first held at Chong Nan School on Joo Chiat Road. The Changi Methodist Church changed its name to Chai Chee Preaching Point two years later when it began its pioneering activity in Chai Chee.

The working committee of Chai Chee Preaching Point petitioned to get established as a local conference in 1979. This request was granted on 4 October by the Conference Executive Board and recognized on 21 October 1979.

Children’s Ministry of Transformation

At Changi Methodist Church, Transformation Kids Children Ministry, this is what they consider to be the discipleship process: Belong, Believe, Become. They warmly welcome kids between the ages of 3 and 12 to come and have a good time playing games with their friends (Belong), learn about God’s word (Believe), and develop into Christlike disciple-makers (Become). The children must participate in the primary service’s intergenerational worship before leaving for their session.

Youth Ministry

Youth gather for Care Group on Sundays from 5.30 to 6.30 p.m. after the primary service, which runs from 4 to 5.30 p.m. Don’t allow anyone to treat you poorly because you’re young; instead, provide an example for the believers in terms of speech, behavior, love, faith, and purity. For information about sporadic activities, follow Changi Youth on Instagram!

Care Group

Come together for an opportunity to grow while sharing life. Instead of ceasing to gather as a group, as some tend to do, encourage one another—especially as you see the approaching Day. To learn more, speak with the church office.

Punggol Preaching Point

Changi MC started its church planting project seven years ago, following a coordinated prayer between the leaders and the pastors at the time, Rev. Jasper Sim. Doors miraculously began to open in a Punggol school, appearing to be a confirmation of God’s summons. There was no going back after that as Changians continued to till the field.

As the church planting project entered its seventh year, Changi MC advanced from one accomplishment to the next via labor and toil. For the duration of this drawn-out process of church planting, God has not stopped providing us with His grace and sufficiency.


The earliest period of ministry among Chinese immigrants in Singapore, starting in1885, was concentrated in the area of Telok Ayer Street, especially among the Hokkiens. As a result, the first Chinese Methodist Church gets built at Telok Ayer Street. The establishment of Anglo-Chinese School and Chinese Girl’s School allowed for further forays into the Chinese population (later Fairfield). Later, other groups, such as the Foochow, Hinghwa, and Hakka, started their ministries and built churches in their dialects to serve immigrants from China, Malaya, and other countries. The expansion of these led to the emergence of Cantonese and Teochew ministries.

The CAC’s work gets initially facilitated along dialect lines, but when Singapore’s educational policies and focus on bilingualism changed, English-speaking congregations in the CAC get later founded. Mandarin services continue to be significant even though English-speaking Congregations have grown to be a Significant ministry of CAC churches.

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