(Last updated 4 Jan 2021)

WEEKEND MASSES (held in the main church)
Church capacity is 250 for these Mass timings

  • Sunset Mass:
    • 5pm
  • Sunday Masses:
    • 7am, 9am, 11am & 5pm

Church capacity is 50 for these Mass timings

  • Mondays to Fridays: 8am and 12noon
  • Saturdays: 6.30am

Public Holiday: Morning Mass @ 7.30am (with effect from 6 Mar 2021)

Please note:

  • Pre-booking is required for all Mass participants. Book your Mass time slot at
  • There is a 48-hour cut-off for bookings.
  • When coming for Mass, ensure that you are not unwell and that you have not traveled in the last 14 days.
  • Arrive 20 minutes before your Mass times.
  • Bring along your face mask and wear it always.
  • Present your Safe Entry screen and Identity Card for registration.
  • Sanitize your hands as you enter the church.
  • Please cooperate with the wardens; you will be assigned to your seat.

Private worship and Columbarium

  • Mondays to Saturdays, 8.30am to 12noon.
  • Please note that the church is closed for private worship and columbarium visitation on public holidays due to manpower constraints for managing the required safety measures.
  • Visits to the columbarium no longer require a prior appointment before visiting.


Please contact our priests directly to make an appointment
• Fr. Kamelus Kamus
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• Fr. Paul Goh
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• Fr. Cary Chan
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  • Saturdays: 4-5pm, Sundays 7.45am-11am
  • Monday to Friday: 8.30am-12nn 


28 FEB 2021

God tested Abraham by asking not for an ordinary sacrifice, which would have been a partial burning with the meat divided between God and the people and eaten by those who sacrificed, but for a holocaust, a total burning of the sacrificial animal. This type of sacrifice consecrated the entire offering to God alone. This is what God was asking of Abraham in offering his only son, Isaac. When Abraham demonstrated his obedience, that was enough. This story from today’s scriptures foretells the completion of the blood sacrifices of the old covenant in the new covenant: the blood of God’s own Son, offered to us on the cross and in the Eucharist. Abraham’s obedience foreshadows the obedience of Jesus to God’s promise of salvation. The obedience of Abraham is rewarded in the birth to him, through Isaac, of many nations. The obedience of Jesus is rewarded in the salvation of all people for all time.

1. Saturday, 15 May 2021, 9am, Main Church
Compulsory Preparatory Session for Parents and Godparents - Saturday, 8 May 2021, 9am, Room 03-05

2. Saturday, 10 July 2021, 9am, Main Church
Compulsory Preparatory Session for Parents and Godparents -Saturday, 3 July 2021, 9am, Room 03-05

The application is now open. (Click here to download the application form)

Please email the completed application form and all supporting documents to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Guidelines for selecting Godparents and Baptism Names. (Click here to download guidelines)  

Due to the restrictions of Safe Re-opening, we are limited to only 50 people per event therefore we can only accommodate parents and godparents of 10 infants in attendance during the baptism (including child, 5 people per family).

Once we have reached the limit of 10 Infants, the remaining applications will be brought forward to the next Infant Baptism.

Scheduled dates may be subject to change. Applicants will be duly informed.

Introducing the new shrine of Our Lady of Grace in the church.

The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Singapore presents the special anniversary website dedicated to life and deeds of Pope John Paul II, Great Pole and Saint of the Catholic Church. As 2020 marks the 100th birth anniversary of Karol Wojtyła, you are invited to visit the website to explore a richly illustrated and annotated on-line exhibition “The Pope of Freedom” and learn more about his contribution to peace and reconciliation processes, interreligious dialogue, transformation in Central Eastern Europe, end of the Cold War, and more. Additionally there is an interactive biography featuring archival photographs. The website is also an excellent source of information on Poland’s unique religious treasures and 200 sanctuaries.

Join us for The Breaking of The Word on Zoom

The Church of the Holy Spirit Bible Apostolate Ministry invites you to join us in an upcoming new series of Breaking of the Word sessions on Zoom starting Wed 6 Jan 2021.

Details of the Programme are as follows:

Day: Every Wednesday
Time: Morning session 9.30am to 11.30am
OR Evening session 7.45pm to 9.45pm

The programme for each session will be as follows:

  • Breaking of the Word (BoW)
    The session will begin with BoW which is a presentation of the background, context and main themes of the upcoming Sunday's Gospel. This is intended to help you better appreciate the Gospel during the upcoming Sunday Mass.

  • Small Group Discussion
    BoW is followed by small group discussion and sharing on ways to apply the messages of the Gospel to daily lives.

  • Video (Viewing is optional)
    Participants view videos which are focussed on faith formation to enhance Christian living.

    The 1st videos of the year are:
    Morning session: Why We Worship by Dr Brant Pitre
    Evening session: Lectio Divina by Dr Tim Gray

If you are interested to join the sessions or have any enquiries, please contact the Bible Apostolate Ministry.

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  • Whatsapp: 9835-3435

As of this announcement, dating couples intending to enter into marriage in the Catholic Church will be required to book the date of the Church wedding one-year in advance.

The booking will confirm upon the couple signing the acknowledgement of the necessary requirements that the priest will explain to them.