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The Church of the Sacred Heart is a popular Roman Catholic church in Singapore.
Founded in 1910, the church was established to accommodate the growing number of Catholics living in Singapore around the 19th century.
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When the church opened its doors on September 1910, several hundred of the Hakka and Cantonese Catholics were happy, and by the time it had its 1935, Silver Jubilee celebrations, the congregation had reached well over 2,000.
Renovations and improvements were made from 1969 onwards. Today, the church features a main chapel, a 7-storey community building, and a 3-storey parish welfare hall. The community building houses prayer rooms, catechisms, meetings, a cafeteria, music studio, bookstore, priest offices, and a car park.
The chapel, located beside the multi-purpose hall, is used for holding weekday masses from Mondays through Thursdays. Friday masses are held in the main church building.
Weekday masses are held at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturdays at 7am and 6pm, Sundays at 8am, 9am, 10:30am, 12pm, and 5:30pm. The church also conducts devotions including Holy Hour, Sacred Heart Devotion, Rosary at Mary’s Shrine, and the Divine Mercy Devotion. Services include confession, marriage, infant and adult baptism, funerals, catechism, columbarium, hospital ministry, and sacramental record request.