Who We Are

The Church believes in the Holy Bible as the divinely inspired Word of God which is the final authority in faith and life. In accordance with this belief and our understanding of the Holy Bible, the Church believes that:

a) There is one God existing as Father, Son and Holy Spirit;

b) Jesus Christ, the Son of God, was conceived by the Holy Spirit and the virgin Mary, was God in the flesh, died on the cross for the sins of man, was resurrected and has ascended to Heaven and will return one day;

c) The Church is the spiritual body of Christ comprising of persons who have faith in God, repented of past sins, confessed Christ as the Son of God, been baptised by immersion for the forgiveness of sins and are living faithfully as Christians; and

d) The mission of the Church is to worship and glorify God, preach the gospel and make disciples, instruct and edify its members, and do good to others

  • We are the family of God, where every member plays their part.
  • We are ambassadors of God’s kingdom, where every member is called to be His representative on this earth.
  • We welcome all to join this family by passing through the waters of baptism and emerging on the other side as a new creation.
  • We gather to celebrate the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord Jesus during the Lord’s Supper every week.
  • We call on our men to lead the family of God.
  • We worship a cappella as we sing with our hearts.


Personal work at the new satellite town of Queenstown started by Christians at Moulmein COC (among whom was our Minister Henry Kong). Publication of periodical “The Restorer” by Ong Aun Nam & Richard Chia for prospects at Queenstown. Weekly cottage meetings at Lam Teck Ming’s home at Queenstown.


Return of AL Harbin from Australia to be full-time worker at Queenstown.    

Founding Year

First worship conducted at the home of Sis Polly Lee and this is treated as the founding year of the Church.


Pence Dacus joined the Queenstown mission work.



Henry Kong became the first local full-time minister upon graduation from Four Seas Bible College.

Church moved to a rented 2-storey HDB shop unit, at Blk 47 Tanglin Halt Road #01-327, to conduct public services (with assistance from Lam Teck Ming and Anthony Poh).

365 days of perpetual gospel rally conducted by AL Harbin.


All missionaries returned to USA and the work was left to local hands, with support from Quailsprings COC in USA.


The Church launched its first overseas outreach and established the work in Johore Bahru. A house in Century Gardens was rented and Lau Kin Fatt was supported to work there each weekend.

Church started a Bible Correspondence Course which had > 6000 students then.


The Church part-supported one of our members, Raybestor Loke, to serve the Geylang congregation as their minister.


First Church Annual Retreat at Changi Village.


Deaf Ministry was started by Nancy Morris who helped convert our first Deaf member, a Bible Course student.


Church moved our Sunday services to Outram YWCA while maintaining the Tanglin Halt office. Bus ministry was started.


Combined Inter-Congregational Annual Gospel Rallies started.

Church Missions Work reached Ipoh as we became the main sponsor of the work at Ayer Tawar.


Church Building Fund started, spearheaded by Robert Cheng


Church registered as a Society under the Societies Act.

Church started the Chinese Ministry to reach out to the parents of members, with the help of brothers Tan, Koon & Kwan from Serangoon COC.


Church started the first Campus Outreach at NUS.


The Church sent Henry Kong and his family on a sabbatical to USA, partly assisted by Quailsprings COC.

Danny Han was added to the ministerial staff.


The Lord blessed us with a freehold land at 347 Pasir Panjang which was purchased at S$1.2m, with the help of a USD 400k loan from Quailsprings COC.


Penang was added to our Missions Program.


Church registered as a Charity under the Charities Act.

Inaugural Youth Camp started and continues to be held in December each year.

Patrick Ong was added as our 3rd ministerial staff, whose area of focus was on Deaf Work.


New front extension of Worship Hall was completed.

Annual Missions Sunday launched at our 24th anniversary.

Seremban work was added to our Missions Program.


The annual combined gospel rally reaped its best results with 42 baptisms and over 140 rededications (Jeff Walling was the feature speaker).

A Mission Fund was started in addition to our General Fund and Building Fund.

The Church celebrated its Silver Anniversary with a grand dinner to raise funds to clear its Building Fund debt to Quailsprings COC.

Care Teams replaced Home Zones.


Helped to plant Batam COC Indonesia and added it to our Missions Program.


Annual Church Camps started.


Myanmar was added to our Missions Program.


Elders and Deacons were first appointed in line with biblical church organisation.

Wangsa Maju COC in Malaysia was added to our Missions Program.


Helped to plant Tuao COC Philippines and added it to our Missions Program.


SIBI set up its satellite campus in Singapore, offering a 2-year degree program, using the Church premises as an in-house campus.

Golaprolu COC India was added to our Missions Program.


Support of China missionaries was added to our Missions Program.


First batch of SIBI graduands.

Inaugural Young Adults camp in Johore KSL City, started by Irvin Wan and team.


Food Distribution to the aged and needy started on a monthly basis in partnership with DORCAS.


Tan Beng Chuan was added as Involvement Minister.

A few sisters started the Prison Ministry.

Church celebrated its 50th Anniversary with a grand dinner, with more than 800 in attendance.


(May 2016) Started local outreach with weekly devotions to troubled teens at Gladiolus Place (formerly known as AG Home).


(April 2017) Minister Henry Kong retired after 50 years of service.

(August 2017) Church conducted Rebuilding Needs Survey and set up Interim Building Committee to conduct Feasibility Study on New Church Building options and costs.

(October 2017) PP Carnival was first launched and open to the neighbourhood. It received 30 visitors.

(December 2017) URA granted plot ratio of 1.4 vs existing 1.0.


(July 2018) Church EGM : more than 90% members present voted to rebuild the Church premises.

(September 2018) Church AGM : more than 90% approved New Constitution to include positions of Elders and Deacons as Board Members.

(November 2018) Launched PDPA Policy.

(December 2018) Church Wide Thanksgiving Meal changed from dinner to lunch, after the combined single morning worship.



(January 2019) Church officially launched new Church logo, new Electronic Attendance Tracking (EAT) system and new Membership Forms with PDPA policy.

(February 2019) GEMS Club launched for children, with T-shirts and bible courses followed by quarterly outings and worships, Math workshop, parenting courses and more.

(June 2019) Church EGM : more than 90% members voted for 5 new Elders & 3 new Deacons who are also Board Members under New Constitution.

(July 2019) Pledges and donations reached $6.1m target threshold to commence construction of new building.

(November 2019) Election of Board Members with 3-year tenures under New Constitution (per Charities & Societies Regulations).


(March 2020) Suspension of Church Sunday Services due to COVID-19. Live-stream of Worships as well as Bible Classes on Wednesday and Sunday.

Worship limited to 100pax (4 May 2021 update)

In view of recent Covid-19 restrictions, Sunday worship is now limited to 100 persons.  We will revert to our Registration system so that we can confirm your attendance by Saturday before you come to church for worship on Sunday.

Please register here:  https://bit.ly/2QUInGn

  • Worship God in spirit and in truth;
  • Preach the gospel and make disciples for God;
  • Build up Christians to full maturity through the teaching of God’s Word;
  • Strengthen mutual fellowship, encouragement and unity among Christians;
  • Establish and extend Christian missions and institutions for the furtherance of God’s Kingdom on earth and;
  • Promote Christian relief for the poor and needy.

By God’s grace, our vision is to be a vibrant and growing community of Christians serving one another and the community.

Equipped with committed servant leaders and dedicated care teams at home and passionate mission interest groups and partners abroad, we steward our resources responsibly for God’s Kingdom.

Jesus used His hands to demonstrate His love in many ways. He healed the blind man, fed the 5000, was nailed to the cross, died and rose again so that we would have victory over sin.

And so, the hands in the logo represent us reaching out in love. As Christ’s disciples, we are called to reach out to the lost (Luke 19:10) and to one another in the faith (Romans 12:9-13). As God’s people, we aspire to grow a community where love and service flows.

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