Church of Sts Peter and Paul


Culture and Religion

Built between 1869 and 1870, the Church of Sts. Peter & Paul, known as the 'Mother Church' among local Catholics, became popular with the beginning and growth of the Chinese Catholic community in Singapore, serving most of the Chinese dialect groups. Nowadays, most services are in English.

There are three marble altars, stained glass windows, a choir loft and an impressive entrance to see.

Considered a national monument, the church is well worth a visit when you are in the area. Nearby attractions are Bugis Shopping, Arab Street and to the other side the Singapore Art Museum and the National Library.



225A Queen Street, Singapore, Civic-District, 188551

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