MASS SCHEDULE

  • WEEKDAYS: 7am and 5.30pm in the Chapel (Fridays in Church)

  • SATURDAYS: 7am and Sunset Mass at 6pm (Novena at 5.15pm)

  • SUNDAYS: 8am (Chinese), 9am, 10.30am,12pm and 5.30pm

DEVOTIONS

  • SACRED HEART DEVOTION

    • First Fridays: 7pm Mass with Sacred Heart Devotion in Church

    • Other Fridays: 5.30pm Mass with Sacred Heart devotion in Church

 

  • HOLY HOUR

    • Every Thursday preceding 1st Friday: 7pm in Church

  • ROSARY AT CHAPEL

    • Every Thursday at 8pm

 

  • ROSARY AT MARY'S SHRINE

    • Every 13th of the month at 7.30pm

  • DIVINE MERCY DEVOTION

    • Every Friday: 3pm in Church

CONTACT

  • ASSISTANT PARISH PRIESTS 
    - Rev. Fr. Paul Tong | DID: 67337860
    - Fr K. S. Michaelraj | DID: 62381104
    Email: michael.raj@catholic.org.sg

  • PARISH SECRETARIAT 
    on 3rd level of the Parish Building
    Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am to 5pm
    Tel: 67379285 / Fax: 67378502
    Email: sacredheartchurch@catholic.org.sg

© 2019 by Church of the Sacred Heart.

CONTACT US

ADDRESS

Church of the Sacred Heart

111 Tank Rd, Singapore 238069

PARISH PRIEST

Rev. Fr. Stephen Yim
DID: 62381097 | Email: stephen.yim@catholic.org.sg

ASSISTANT PARISH PRIESTS
Rev. Fr. Paul Tong | DID: 67337860


Fr K. S. Michaelraj | DID: 62381104
Email: michael.raj@catholic.org.sg

 

PARISH SECRETARIAT 
Parish Building 3rd Floor
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am to 5pm

Tel: 67379285 / Fax: 67378502

Email: sacredheartchurch@catholic.org.sg

GETTING HERE

TRAIN: Dhoby Ghaut, Fort Canning

BUS: 64, 123, 139, 143

CAR: Carpark lots are available at the basement of the Parish Building - enter by Tank Road. There are also carpark lots on 4th and 5th levels - enter by Jalan Rumbia (from Oxley Rise, behind the Church).

Did you know?

COLOURFUL PAST

Our light coloured church was once painted in an almost blood red colour, perhaps in memory with its name. The building was typical of so many of the works of priest-architects of that time. It was reminiscent of European churches, particularly the French ones, built along classical lines.