The Bishop of Singapore

The Bishop of the Anglican Church in Singapore is the divinely appointed spiritual, pastoral and executive head of the Diocese of Singapore.

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He is recognised as The Bishop of Singapore and serves the church and the nation as the Chief Shepherd (pastor), under the divine purpose of God.

Currently, the Most Reverend Dr Titus Chung Khiam Boon is the Bishop of Singapore. He was consecrated as the 10th Bishop of Singapore on 18th October 2020 at St Andrew’s Cathedral.

Archbishop Titus was ordained in 1997 after graduating from Trinity Theological College. He was a priest and then vicar of Chapel of the Holy Spirit from 1997 to 2005 before being Priest-in-charge of St Andrew’s Cathedral’s Mandarin congregation.

Archbishop Titus is a systematic theologian and a Doctor of Philosophy from The University of Edinburgh, UK. His dissertation was on the Scottish theologian T. F. Torrance's theory of divine revelation.

Before becoming the Diocesan Bishop, Archbishop Titus taught part-time at Trinity Theological College, was the Convenor of Continuing Ministerial Education for Clergy and Deaconesses for our diocese, and a member of the Senior Clergy Planning Team.

Archbishop Titus is married to Connie and they have two sons.