OUR HISTORY

ORIGINS

This photo was taken in the 1940s

Founded on 18 October 1940 during World War 2, the Almighty Lord helped the church to survive the turmoil of the war, during which the church building was badly damaged by artillery shelling. Today, almost 79 years later, through the Lord’s Blessings, close to 600 worshippers gather at the six different services held on Sundays. Catering to a number of Indian sub-groups, we have Tamil, Punjabi, Contemporary Bilingual (English & Tamil), English and Malayalam services. We also have an outreach evangelistic service ministering to Indian foreign workers employed in the construction and marine industries.

ARTICLES

Hundred Years of Anglican Tamil Work in Singapore by Rev Canon Samuel Baboo

Brief History of Christ Church by Thomas Jeyaseelen

VICARS

1932 - 1939

Rev Canon C.D Gnanamani

1979 - 1988

Rev J. Villie Devapiragasam

2005 - 2008

Rev J. Albert D. Selwyn

2012 - Current

Rev Canon Steven Asirvatham

1939 - 1971

Rev Canon Samuel Baboo

1988 - 1992

Rev Kingsley Ponniah

2008 - 2009

Ven. Raphael Samuel

1971 - 1979

Rev Canon C.A Caldwell

1992 - 2004

Rev Canon Dr. A George Karunakaran

2010 - 2011

Rt. Rev M.E Ponniah

ABOUT US

First Anglican Indian Christian Church In Singapore With 6 Different Services Every Sunday

ADDRESS

1 Dorset Road,

Singapore 219486

Tel: +65 6299 2544

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