We’re a community of believers with something for everyone; whether you’re looking to learn more about the love of Christ for the first time, or looking for a new place to call home, Hakka Methodist Church is the place for you!

Join us this weekend for one of our services. The atmosphere is relaxed and the messages are relevant to your daily life. With a strong emphasis of putting God’s Word into practice, our goal is to help you grow deeper in your relationship with God each and every week.

From students to working professionals, children to seniors, we have services and ministries tailored specifically to every member of your family. We also have cell groups, mission trips and special events throughout the year, so there are plenty of opportunities to get involved!

Take a look around the site, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

 

HISTORY

During the initial stage of ministry among the Chinese immigrants in Singapore, beginning from 1885, the locus of the work, particularly among the Hokkiens, was around Telok Ayer Street. This led to the construction of the first Chinese Methodist Church at Telok Ayer Street.

Inroads to the Chinese community were also established through the setting up of schools such as Anglo-Chinese School and Chinese Girl’s School (later Fairfield). Subsequently, other groups began their own ministries and established churches along their dialects, including Foochow, Hinghwa and Hakka, to minister to immigrants from China, Malaya and elsewhere.

Hakka Methodist Church, as its name suggests, was one of the churches established to reach out to the Hakka community. Officially established as a local conference in 1949, Hakka Methodist Church’s roots can be traced even further back to 1911 when a Singapore Hakka Church met near a Hakka cemetery in Sung Long San (Holland Road).

Today, the sturdy growth of Hakka Methodist Church continues to be represented by the thousand pound aluminium cross which was put in place with the help of two RAF helicopters back in 1966.

In holding up the cross of Christ, the church continues its mission of reaching out to the Hakka community and to draw all to Jesus Christ.

 

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