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Elim Church Singapore


Elim Church Singapore

Elim Church (Singapore)
View of church from Serangoon Road
Location 1079 Serangoon Road
Singapore 328182
Country Singapore
Denomination Pentecostal
(Assemblies of God)
Senior pastor(s) Rev. Glen Lim Cheng Huat

Elim Church (Singapore) or Elim Church Assembly of God is one of the first Pentecostal churches to be established in Singapore. Founded in 1928 [1] it is the first and oldest Assemblies of God church in Singapore. Its current senior pastor is Rev. Glen Lim.

The church is located at 1079 Serangoon Road. It is approximately 550 metres from Boon Keng MRT Station.[2]

The church conducts several multi-lingual services on Sundays. All services involve lay participation.


  • Motto 1
  • Core values 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


The church places an emphasis on the missions field. It believes God has called upon us to be a Spirit-filled people and a Spirit-filled Church — reaching the spiritually unresolved in Singapore and beyond.

Core values

The core values of the church are as follows:

  • Grow upward in worship and celebration
  • Growing inward in faith and commitment
  • Going forward in love and unity
  • Glowing outward in ministry and evangelism

See also


  1. ^ "Our History & Heritage,". Elim Church (Singapore). Retrieved 20 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "Driving directions to Elim Church Assembly of God, Google map". Google Inc. Retrieved 20 November 2014. 

External links

  • Official website of Elim Church, Singapore
  • Official website of The Assemblies of God of Singapore
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