Church of St Michael

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All You Need To Know About  Church of St Michael

The church expanded alongside the neighbourhood’s population became well-known for its healing services, Life in the Spirit seminars, neighbourhood gatherings, kids’ ministries, and renewal events like the Burning Bush. The Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People (ACMI) founded at this parish. The  Church of St Michael resided in a home, an attap hut and even a canvas tent throughout than 50 years. The parish’s welcoming and cordial atmosphere has remained a constant.


There have been two significant construction projects at Church of St Michael. In 1964, the first milestone’s construction finished. Parishioners would congregate for mass in a makeshift attap hut while the building done. In 1966, the brand-new, one-story church opened its first kindergarten with ten kids. We became active in the neighbourhood and assisted with distribution of food to the needy. Did you know that until 1968, the Eucharistic Celebration was held in Latin and not in English or Mandarin?

Unfortunately were numerous building errors and soil settling problems with the chapel. The floors quickly split, and the steeple had to hauled down for safety reasons. The church destroyed in July 1991, and construction on a new structure was already in progress. Parishioners would hold their Eucharistic Celebrations outdoors in a tent they called the “Holy Tent” in the meantime. We held Healing liturgies beneath the tent’s ongoing construction, and the turnout was occasionally overwhelming. Some claim that it helped cab drivers locate the Church of St. Michael.

Adoration chamber

Our Adoration Room is temporarily closed until further notice by the restrictions implemented for physical and social distance. An intimate experience with Christ, who is present in such a subtle but significant way, occurs during adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. They compelled to listen to and respond to Jesus’s stillness of our hearts and speak silently to our seats via the Eucharist. And in fact, this really ought to be the dynamic at play when we set aside time for self-adoration.

Religious Services

Individual ministries conduct their celebration of the Eucharistic Liturgy with dignity and reverence. The Lay Liturgical Ministers—Altar Servers, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, Lectors, Wardens, and the Choir—serve with the Priest (who is the Main Celebrant). Even though participating in these ministries can be a source of happiness and fulfilment, we reminded that their purpose is to serve the church rather than individual or personal piety development or status. Serve at the Liturgy is an act of love for the glory of God; it is an act of self-giving rather than self-seeking.

Prayer circles

The Catholic Church teaches that in addition to praying to God directly, we should also pray to people who are near God and have the authority to act as our advocates. Therefore, belonging to a faith group provides us with a support structure. Our faith is bolstered and unified by the community. Another method we can become closer to God via others is to participate in group prayer.

Formation of Faith

Mould people in the likeness of Christ and transmit the teaching of Christian theology, catechists are committed to the Evangelizing Mission of the Catholic Church and the education of both children and adults.

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