Christianity


Christianity is the most popular religion, with over 2.1 billion followers around the world. Christianity is 2,000 years old and the religion centers around the teachings of Jesus Christ, who lived in the holy land and is believed to be the son of God. The holy book of Christians (followers of Christ) is the Bible.

Christian missionaries arrived soon after Sir Stamford Raffles founded the promising trading post on Singapore's shore in 1819. Christians constitute approximately 14.6% of the Singaporean population.

Sects

Roman Catholic

The Roman Catholic population in Singapore generally consist of Eurasians, Chinese (including Peranakans) and Indians.
Protestants
Protestants are mostly organised under the National Council of Churches of Singapore, and consist of Anglican, Methodist, Presbyterian, Evangelist Baptist, Pentecostals and Charismatics.

Other Christian sects include the ancient Armenian Church and the Syrian Orthodox Church.

Churches:

  Cathedral of the Good Sheperd

  Catholic Church of Saint Ignatius

  Church of Our Lady of Lourdes

  Church of Saint Peter & Paul

  Novena Church

  St Joseph's Church

  St Andrew's Cathedral

  Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church

  Orchard Road Presbyterian Church

  Kay Poh Road Baptist Church

  Bedok Lutheran Church

  Cornerstone Community Church


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