“நான் உங்களுக்குக் கற்பிக்கிற யாவையும் நீங்கள் செய்வீர்களானால்,
என் சிநேகிதராயிருப்பீர்கள்.”

(யோவான் 15:14)


The Tamil Ministry in Foochow Methodist Church was started in Aug 1995 as an outreach (mission) amongst the Foreign Tamil migrant friends and local Tamilians in the surrounding areas of the church.  Later, this mission was extended to the migrant friends work sites and dormitories. Through the support and prayers of the church members and the encouragement of Rev Ding Bing Hoe and Rev Gideon Choy the ministry with the blessing of our Lord Jesus Christ, gradually grew in number. Pastor David Moses was the pioneering minister for this ministry. (1995 ~ 2006)

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Tamil Congregation

our Worship Service

Come join our service

  • Worship Service Timings: 7.00pm Every Sunday
  • Venue: FMC Ground Floor


The Tamil Ministry in Foochow Methodist Church was started in Aug 1995 as an outreach (mission) amongst the Foreign Tamil Workers and local tamilians in the surrounding areas of the church. Later, this mission was extended to the worker’s work sites and dormitories.

our focus

  • By loving them compassionately!
  • By giving them systematic and relevant pulpit!
  • By providing them family atmosphere at FMC.
  • By caring them physically and emotionally.
  • By motivating them to be a living testimony at their work place.
  • By equipping them to be a disciple making disciples.
  • By nurturing them for life long spiritual/life journey.

OUR Vision

Most of these people will return to India in two to four years’ time when they return to their own family, village, and community we will send them with Christ! Our aim is to evangelize and disciple the Tamil foreign migrant workers from India. The location of FMC is an advantage for this ministry every Sunday thousands of these friends from India gather around FMC. Our prayer is that the honey (THE WORD) will attract these people into the church.


Aldersgate SG 2021

It is recorded in the Synoptic Gospels that the two greatest commandments are to love the Lord our God with all our heart and mind and soul and strength, and to love our neighbour as ourselves. Therefore, anyone who loves God is also called to love their brothers and sisters in Christ. Learn how we can Love God by Loving our Neighbour.

What is ALDERSGATE SG about?

Aldersgate SG is the annual keynote event of The Methodist Church in Singapore to celebrate our Wesleyan heritage and sets our hearts on fire with renewed vigour to serve God through social action, evangelism and discipleship wherever we are.

Updates on Covid-19

In compliance with the safe management measures under Covid-19 from May 8 to 30 2021:

  1. Pre-event testing will be required if there are more than 100 worshippers at any one time, capped a 250 worshippers per service.
  2. Registration for yourself or for the members of your Household will be reduced from group of eight people to five people (including children and care-givers).
  3. As an additional measure, congregational singing will be suspended in religious organisations to manage risk of COVID-19 spread.

At all onsite services, safe management measures will be observed in line with government advisories. We seek your support by following all instructions and directions of our staff on duty.

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