St George’s Church During May 2021
Due to Singapore entering a time of increased COVID-19 restrictions there are some changes to St George’s from 8th May until 30th May 2021.
We are seeking to fulfil the latest MCCY Advisory ‘Phase Three Enhanced Measures’, released 5th May 2021, see advisory here.
Sunday Services: Will be restricted to 100 people per Service for the 8 am, 10:15 am and 5:30 pm Church gatherings. Register here.
There will be no singing by the congregation nor any live music. We will show pre-recorded music (by St George’s Musicians)
Sunday School: Will NOT be held in person but will be held on Zoom (See What’s On page of this website for details)
Youth: Will NOT be held in person but will be held on Zoom (See What’s On page of this website for details)
Midweek Wednesday 10:30am Service: Will be restricted to 100 people. Register here.
Tiny Tots 10 am Mondays: Up to 100 people can register for this Service, register here. This activity is only for the time in the church – NO Play time
Toddler Time 10 am Tuesdays: Up to 100 people can register, register here. This activity is only for the time in the church – NO Play time
Midweek Groups Bible Study Groups, Language Classes, Bible Teaching Classes – All Suspended until the end of May
I thank you for your understanding and coping with the further restrictions. Thank you for working together with us, with each other and with our Lord.
Rev. Ian Hadfield – Vicar
5th May 2021
Philippians 4:4 Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again, rejoice.
2 May 2021 10:15am Service Livestream
9 May 2021 10.15am Service Livestream
For our other online Church Services, go to
Welcome To St George’s Church – Tanglin Singapore
Whether you are local Singaporean, new to Singapore, are contemplating a move here, or are simply passing through, we invite you to participate in the life of our community. If you’re looking for a church, read more about us here.
We hold Sunday English services at 8.00 am, 10.150 am and 5.30 pm. The Filipino Fellowship meets at 12.00 pm and the Japanese Fellowship meets every Sunday at 2.30pm. Find out more about the facilities for children and families and where you can connect with others in your stage of life through small groups. We also offer many different ministries which allow you to connect and serve others.
When you decide to join one of our Sunday morning services, be sure to check out the Welcome Corner. It’s a quick opportunity for us to meet you, clarify any questions you may have, and help you get settled in.
St. George’s Church dates back to the setting up of the British military garrison in Singapore in the late 1860s. Christian ministry was established amongst the barracks by the lay chaplain at that time –