Council of Churches (CoC) decide to bid for a religious site in Jurong.
Land in Tah Ching Rd is acquired by CoC.
Jurong Christian Church began services at a shophouse on the same street.
Representatives from various church denominations were present to take part in the dedication of the church building, dubbed Jurong Christian Church & Civic Centre (JCCCC).
A kindergarten is set up on its premises.
JCCCC becomes simply Jurong Christian Church (JCC).
Lutheran Church in Singapore (LCS) was constituted as an independent national church. JCC became a congregation under the LCS.
JCC moves to temporary premises for the demolition and reconstruction of the 46-year old building.
The new church hub houses six churches, including JCC, in a pilot project to help smaller churches cope with land scarcity.