Catholic Churches in Singapore

As a Catholic, I attend Mass every Sunday, there are many churches you can go to – its all the same Mass. Since I have a short attention span and like to explore, I attended Mass at different churches all round the Singapore Archdiocese and explored the church, it’s history, community and architecture.

Check out #CatholicChurchinSingapore on Instagram for more (and New) pictures on thee churches.

Introductory Post: Catholic Church in the Heart of the Lion City

City District

East District

North District

Serangoon District

West District

Chapels

  • FMM Maris Stella Chapel, 49D Holland Road
    • used by the German and Spanish speaking Catholics for masses in their local language
  • Marymount Convent Good Sheperd Chapel, 790 Thomson Road
    • used by the French-speaking Catholics for mass in french, the convent is now closed and the community has moved to St Joseph’s Chuch (Victoria Street)
  • Mount Alvernia Chapel
    • Operated by the Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood within the Mount Alvernia Hospital and Hospice

Former Chapels/Schools

The Church in Singapore is but one part of a catholic Church, a universal church. Here are some other articles related to the Catholic Church.

The Church came about because of one man, Jesus Christ. His birth is commemorated at Christmas and his salvation work (that created the church) is commemorated over Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you so much! Found the answer to my earlier question to you. You are an inspiration to us to bring baby to attend mas @ each Catholic church in Singapore. We have not completed the 1st round (left with churches in the East). GBU

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