City Harvest Church or CHC

City Harvest Church or CHC

Know All About City Harvest Church or CHC Singapore

City Harvest Church, sometimes known as CHC, is a pentecostal megachurch found in Singapore’s Jurong West planning area in the Yunnan subzone. The church was founded in 1989 by Kong Hee and grounds its beliefs on Charismatic and Pentecostal teachings, emphasizing ideas like the Cultural Mandate, the Great Commandment, and the Great Commission.

The National Council of Churches of Singapore includes City Harvest Church or CHC as a congregational member. Services held in two locations: a rented hall at the Suntec International Convention Centre and the church’s building in Jurong West. 2015 saw the conviction of six church money or finance managers and leaders for criminal breach of trust and account fabrication.


On May 7, 1989, Kong Hee started City Harvest Church or CHC, with 20 members. CHC held meetings in the beginning at several locations, including the Katong Park Hotel, NTUC Auditorium, Ministry of Environment Building, National Productivity Board Auditorium, Hotel Grand Central, Orchard Hotel, World Trade Center, and Westin Hotel. The CHC rented the former Hollywood Theater on Tanjong Katong Road on June 4, 1995, and held meetings there for six years. 

The church relocated on December 15, 2001, to its permanent 2,300-seat location at Jurong West Street 91. The church rented the second place of worship in Singapore Expo Hall 8 on December 11, 2005, to suit its expanding membership.

Since December 2, 2007, CHC has held an additional English service on Saturdays and Sundays in its Jurong West facilities, bringing the total to four. The ISO 9001:2000 certification for quality management and process management gets given to City Harvest on April 29, 2004. Presently, 23,000 people attend City Harvest Church’s weekend services, and 36% of its members are under 25. The church also offers 36 volunteer ministries for its members to get involved in

Design and Architecture

The principal church building, finished in 2002, is situated at Jurong West Street 91. Its development fits into a larger church’s trend in Singapore to modernize its religious services by using “clean lines, stainless steel, titanium facades” instead of “stained glass and steeples” for its architecture. The facility, which cost $48 million (SGD) to construct in total, contains a 18300 square-foot auditorium and a fountain costing $583,000. The structure, according to a CHC official, “reflects the personality of our congregation – ultra-modern, contemporary, and ultra-mobile.” A 30-year leasehold gets required for the structure, which has two 250-seat halls and the main hall that can accommodate up to 2,300 people. The restrooms are “the very meaning of style,” according to the church.


Worship plays a crucial role in City Harvest’s Christian outreach. They get committed as individual Christians and as a church body to delve deeper into God’s presence via worship, whether in weekly services, cell groups, or in the seclusion of their homes.

They get made for God-to-God communication. Worship establishes a direct relationship with Abba Father, the Creator of the universe, beyond merely singing a hymn. The CityWorship team’s biggest wish is that when you worship with us, you’ll be motivated to up the ante on your own devotional time and experience God more profoundly than ever.

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