Parish of Christ Church

Parish of Christ Church, the first Anglican Indian Church in Singapore, started from the Tamil Congregation of St Peter's Church at Stamford Road in 1941.

Under the leadership of the late Revd Canon Samuel Baboo, a private school was set up in 1952 to help students who were affected by World War 2. This private school eventually became Christ Church Secondary School.

Today, Parish of Christ Church is a Tamil parish with Punjabi, English and Malayalam Services.

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Prayer Pointers for Parish of Christ Church

1) Personal Discipleship Journey of the Parish

Pray that the parish will be a discipling community and that the number of disciple-makers will multiply through the Personal Discipleship Journey Programme.

2) Outreach to Migrant Workers

Parish of Christ Church provides chaplaincy support to St Andrew's Migrant Worker Medical Centre. Let us pray that the Lord this work to bless and touch the lives of the migrant workers.

3) Weekday lunch initiative

Parish of Christ Church hopes to partner Christian organisations to provide free weekday lunches in the Parish Canteen to reach out to the needy and the poor in Little India. Let us pray alongside the parish that the Lord will send partners to launch and make this initiative sustainable.

4) Parish leadership

Let us pray that the leaders will be sensitive to what God is doing in Parish of Christ Church and to have faith in where the Lord is leading.

About Parish of Christ Church

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