Reverend Anthony Loh

A Message from our Senior Pastor

Greetings to you in Jesus’ Name! We welcome you to Jurong Christian Church (JCC).

JCC is a Lutheran church, located at the Western part of Singapore. We are a 6-minute walk from the Singapore Chinese Garden. As this beautiful garden offers you a place of rest and serenity in a busy city life in Singapore, JCC is a place for experiencing the true peace in your soul as you develop your relationship with God and people. ​

We welcome you to know Jesus more. Seek Him as He directs you in all your important decisions through the vicissitudes of life, led by God’s peace. The psalmist tells us that many are the afflictions of the righteous, but the LORD delivers us out of them all (Psalm 34:19). ​

We would be glad if you can join our Sunday Services and activities so that we can draw closer to God together and bless one another. You can join at any time, and it is completely free. It would be our privilege to welcome you as one of us in developing bonds of friendship in the house of God, a comforting place to be when life hurts and the future looks uncertain. JCC believes that God cares about even the small details of your lives, watching over you, miraculously intervening for your good and His glory.

Finally, it is our desire that in JCC you will discover God’s destiny and His calling for you so that you can make a positive impact on your loved ones as you grow in knowledge and grace of God. May you bring the peace, joy, hope and love to your home as you grow in in your faith in Jesus! God’s grace is always sufficient for you.

Media & News

Jurong Christian Church has appeared in various news outlets over the years. Here’s a gallery of some news stories.

Project Safe, Sound Sleeping Places (3SP) provided temporary relief for the homeless during Covid-19

Jurong Christian Church aids the vulnerable through Project 3SP. During Covid-19, when the churches and in-house kindergarten were not operational, the building was put to other use meanwhile.

Do You Belief?: Is there really life after death?

Do you believe in an afterlife? Is death the end or the beginning of something new? Join us in this episode where we invite Pastor Terry Kee, Venerable You Guang and Quek Yi Hsing from the Inter-Religious Organisation, where they share their religious views on life after death.

12 religious sites can hold services for up to 100 worshippers

Starting from Friday, initiative is part of pilot to explore if it can be expanded to other sites

The Straits Times, 4 Aug 2020

Twelve religious organisations spanning mosques, Hindu temples, churches, Buddhist temples and gurdwaras will be allowed to hold gatherings of up to 100 people from Friday, as the Government eased some Covid-19 rules yesterday.

Covid-19: 12 places of worship to be allowed up to 100 people at services from Aug 7, up from limit of 50

In a pilot programme, 12 religious organisations here will be allowed to accommodate up to 100 people

Today Online, 3 Aug 2020

In a media release on Monday, the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY) said that it has consulted with the various religious leaders — who are also members of the National Steering Committee on Racial and Religious Harmony — to identify the religious organisations for the pilot.

Six churches under one roof in Jurong

Designed and built from scratch in pilot project, hub helps smaller groups cope with land scarcity

The Straits Times – 23 Jan 2017

The newly built Jurong Christian Church at the junction of Tah Ching Road and Corporation Drive is not your typical church building.

Instead of just one church, the building situated in a public housing area houses six Protestant churches of different denominations.

Jurong Christian Church New Building Dedication

Multi-church hub opens its doors

LCS Website, 18 Dec 2016

After two years away from “home”, Jurong Christian Church congregation returned for worship at 2 Tah Ching Road. Pastors, church council members, ministry leaders and members led by Bishop Terry Kee dedicated their new five-storey building at a Dedication Service today.

$25m hub for churches in Jurong hits a snag

Lutheran Church must shoulder most of the cost after some pull out The Straits Times, 23 Feb 2015 The Lutheran Church has hit a bump in the road in its bid to develop a $25 million multi-denomination hub in Jurong for small and medium-sized churches. Some of the congregations which had initially pledged to jointly develop the complex have pulled out, citing a lack of funds.

A Tour of the New Building

The Straits Times, 23 Jan 2017 Cameramen take a behind-the-scenes look at the newly constructed JCC building, pre-furnished.

Which 12 Religious Organisations In Singapore Can Hold Services Of Up To 100 — And How To Book Tickets For Entry

The 12 selected ROs include mosques, churches, Hindu temples, Buddhist temples and gudwaras

Since 26 June, religious organisations (ROs) in Singapore were able to resume worship and congregational services for up to 50 people. Come 7 August, 12 ROs will be able to host up to 100 people per worship service. This is double the previous cap of 50 people per gathering.