Church of Sts.
Peter & Paul
Contact: Martha Loh
Address: 225A Queen Street,
Tel: (65) 6337-2585
http://www.sppchurch.org.sg Categories: Churches, Places of Worship, Religious
Services, Religious Institutions Company Profile: Catholic church on Queen Street
built in 1870; site has information on its history, pastoral
services, ministries, the Carmelites
1869 – 1870, the Church of Sts. Peter & Paul became
the “seat” of the Chinese community in Singapore.
The mission was to be a beacon for Chinese converts
within and outside of Singapore. Since then, most of
the parishes in Singapore have their roots directly
or indirectly from this parish.
For these reasons, we are fondly known as the
“Mother Church” among local Catholics.
Although the population in the city area has
declined over the last few decades, our parish has
strived to remain relevant to the Mission of Sts.
Peter & Paul.
With the ongoing transformation of the city into a
vibrant and exciting area for the arts, tourism and
a city campus for the Singapore Management
University, the Church of Sts. Peter & Paul is an
ideal location to serve the ever-changing needs of
the growing community and her parishioners.
In 2001, we embarked on a massive and bold
redevelopment plan to build a new parish building,
an Adoration Chapel and a Columbarium. This plan was
to cost the Church SGD$7 million.
With the generous support of the parishioners,
well-wishers and fellow catholics – and more
importantly, the blessing of Our Lord – we managed
to raise the money needed to make this project a
This is a new beginning, a new chapter in the
history of the Church of Sts. Peter & Paul.
Singapore Companies Directory have strived to compile the most up-to-date
& comprehensive Singapore business contacts and database of
Singapore Companies and lists of foreign owned
companies in Singapore