RCIA sessions are scheduled on every Monday evening providing faith formation for adults and assist those who are called to conversion and becoming a Catholic. For more information, please email:


Sunday from 10.30am to 11.30am on Zoom


Lectors are ministers proclaim the Word of God to the Congregation during Masses. Those who are interested in serving in the ministry of Lectors and Animators may contact Bernadette Chong -


Wardens welcome parishioners as they enter Church, assist with seating, take up collections, direct Communion lines and any other assistance requested by the Priest. Those who are interested in serving in the Ministry of Wardens may approach the Wardens on duty at Mass.


The society of St Vincent de Paul offers tangible assistance to the poor who live within the boundaries of the Parish. On the first weekend of every month the members distribute rations and financial help to the poor and needy

Those who wish to join the Society in serving the poor may contact Angela Ong -


The Choir leads the congregation in singing at the Mass. Those who wish to join the choirs do not necessarily need to have music background or able to play musical instruments although those who know how to play the organ are most welcomed.

The following are the contact persons for the various choirs:

Saturday Sunset Mass – Randolph Khoo –

Sunday 9am Mass – Jeffery Tan –

Sunday 10.30am Mass – Joyce Phuah –

Sunday 12noon Mass –

Sunday 5.30pm Mass – Gladys Chin –


Those who are interested in serving as Altar Servers may contact Dominic Tan –


For information, please contact the Parish Office at 6737-9285


Did you know?


By the turn of the 19th century, the number of Catholics in Singapore was rising. Many Chinese Catholics from all over the island attended the Church of Sts Peter and Paul. At that time, it was the only church that served the Chinese population. Father Vincent Gazeau, who was in-charge of the Cantonese and Hakka-speaking Catholics, felt that it would be necessary to build a church that would cater for these two groups, allowing the Teochew and Hokkien-speaking Catholics to remain at Sts Peter and Paul Church. So in 1908, Father Gazeau started a building fund for this church. It was said that only after a novena to the Sacred Heart was made that the site of an old abandoned soya sauce factory, located behind Fort Canning Hill, was made available for the church.