Telugu Church

TELUGU Church

The Telugu Church Singapore of South Asian International Fellowship meets every Sunday from 7.30 – 9.30pm for a dynamic time of Telugu worship, Word, works and witness.

We welcome all Telugu speaking people in Singapore to join us for this Telugu Church service. Come and be blessed by God.

The Telugu Church Singapore is pioneered in faith by brothers Moses Paul Jakkala and David Livingstone with the tremendous support of South Asian International Fellowship on 26th October 2008.

The Telugu Church Singapore of SAIF-Church began as a Telugu Ministry / Telugu Fellowship and is a beyond boundaries blessing to Singapore and the nations.

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We speak out our vision every Sunday during church service

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We partake Holy communion……………

 

South Asian International Fellowship– Telugu church in Singapore is  focused weekly evangelistic ministry to the migrant workers of Telugu origin in Singapore.

The bulk of migrant workers in Singapore are young blue-collar shipyard and construction workers between the ages of 20-40 years old. The reason for transporting these workers to church by transport is that the location of these worker’s dormitories are inaccessible or far from bus stops. Most of these workers are very needy financially and are extremely open to the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Most of these workers are exploited by multi-level agents and labor supply companies and earn very little for a full day’s work of hard labor. It may surprise you that many of these workers earn between $400 to $800 dollars a month for six or even seven days hard labor with many hours of overtime included under very hard and difficult working conditions.

We humbly invite you to partner with Telugu fellowship in Singapore as we bless the foreign workers in our midst with physical and spiritual food. The biblical mandate is to love and minister the foreigners [or strangers or aliens] in our midst who are the unsung heroes of Singapore’s economic progress. This mandate is a foundational tapestry of love woven through the Old and New Testaments.