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SU Singapore’s Children’s Ministry reaches out to children between 6-12 year olds. We do this through regular programs held throughout the year.

During the school holidays, churches in Singapore hold annual retreats and church camps for their members. We run our Holiday Trek Programs for children during this time, teaching them biblical values through Bible stories and interactive sessions comprising games, praise and worship, and Bible study. In December, we also run an annual children’s camp (SUPA – SU Primary Age Camp) of our own for this purpose.

We support mission schools and organizations in their Christian education programs. SU Singapore runs chapel programs in these schools and guides students in picking up Biblical values and attitudes. Good character formation is taught which serves as helpful pillars for later years in their lives.

SU Singapore holds certification programs for Children’s Ministry workers and Sunday School teachers. Our Certification in Practical Children’s Ministry (CPCM) consists of a comprehensive six-month program that equips trainees with knowledge on children’s spiritual development, teaching techniques and classroom skills. We also run a training session for pastoral staff on “handling special needs children”.

SU Singapore’s Youth Ministry holds regular programs throughout the year. These are aimed at youths between 13-19 year olds and towards ministry workers and volunteers.

During the June and December school holidays, SU Singapore runs Holiday Youth Programs for churches during the annual church retreats or youth camps. These programs aim to equip the participants with Biblical knowledge on growing their Christian character and encouraging them to live a life pleasing to God.

Singapore’s Youth Ministry also supports mission schools and organizations run their chapel programs. In addition, it works with students and ministry workers through programs like the “I-CAN” program, designed to help youths build self-motivation, confidence and most importantly Biblical character.

SU Singapore hosts youth camps and conferences during the school holidays, as well as provide training for youth pastors, volunteers and ministry workers. The Certificate in Practical Youth Ministry (CPYM) training aims to equip youth ministry workers and leaders with the core essential areas - knowledge, skills and attitudes to understand Biblical principles and basic practices needed to reach and raise the next generation of youth to become agents of God's transformation in the world. We also hold an annual SU Youth Camp of our own in December each year. During the year, students get to learn the Gospel through our [email protected] (Scripture Union @ Christian Fellowship) groups.

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Contact Details

Scripture Union Singapore

7 Armenian Street
#03-07 Bible House
Singapore 179932

Tel: +65 6337 1437
Fax: +65 6338 0983

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Leadership

Chairperson: Mr Sunny Lee

National Director: Mr Lim Yu Ming

Head – Children’s Ministry: Rev. Flora Chew

Senior Executive – Youth Ministry: Mr Luke Zachary Ng

Executive - Youth Ministry: Ms Dorcas Liu

Executive - Children’s Ministry: Ms Monica Sham

Associate – Children’s Ministry: Ms Maryjane Yong

Executive - Accounts: Ms Lilis Lim

Associate – HR and Volunteer Management: Ms Teng Siok Kiang 

Associate - Administration: Ms Kathy Yeo 

Corporate Communications: Mr Ms Wan Yu Foo

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All about Singapore

  • Population

    5,567,301

  • Religion

    Buddhist 33.9%, Muslim 14.3%, Taoist 11.3%, Hindu 5.2%, Catholic 7.1%,
    Other Christian 11%, Other 0.7%, None 16.4%

  • Population under 15

    13.8%

  • Official language

    English, Mandarin, Malay and Tamil