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Church records are an excellent source for accurate information on names and dates and on places of births, marriages, and deaths. Many people who lived in Singapore have information recorded about them in a church record.
Singapore is a multi-religious country. According to Statistics Singapore, around 51 percent of resident Singaporeans (i.e., not including significant numbers of visitors and migrant workers) practice Buddhism and Taoism. About 15 percent, mostly Chinese and Indians, practice Christianity - a broad classification including Catholicism, Protestantism and other denominations. Muslims constitute 14 percent, of whom Malays account for the majority with a substantial number of Indian Muslims. Smaller minorities practice Sikhism, Hinduism and others, according to the 2000 census. About 15 percent of the population declared no specific religious affiliation.
The following churches may be contacted to request church records:
The Diocese of Singapore
Saint Andrew's Village
1 Francis Thomas Drive 01-1
Telephone: 6474 1660
Lutheran Church in Singapore
30 Duke's Road
Telephone: 6464 6337; Fax: 6464 6323
The Methodist Church in Singapore
70 Barker Road
Telephone: 6478 4775
The Presbyterian Church in Singapore
132 Sophia Road
Telephone: 6338 5837
Trinity Theological College
490 Upper Bukit Timah Road
Centre for the Study of Christianity in Asia
Director: Rev. Dr Michael Poon
Singapore-Malaysia Collection, College Library
Librarian: Mr Michael Mukunthan
Search the Family History Library Catalog for church records in the Place search under:
SINGAPORE - CHURCH RECORDS
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