When The Methodist Church in Singapore (MCS) was founded in 1885, it was organised to reflect Singapore's multi-ethnic groups, hence, the birth of the Chinese Annual Conference, Emmanuel Tamil Annual Conference and Trinity Annual Conference. Each of these Annual Conferences is headed by a President. The General Conference is MCS’ highest decision-making body and is led by the Bishop.
With different language services now crossing over to Methodist churches of different Annual Conferences, it is perhaps now a good time for the its church structure to enter into another season of change. The Structural Review Task Force is looking into how to organise the MCS better, so as not to duplicate services or overstretch precious resources in serving our congregations.
This webpage is intended to share updates and articles of the structural review and changes that is on going happening in MCS.
Methodist Message (MM)
Re-organising for the future
CAC Central Pooling
Organising Ourselves Better for Service and Growth
The Methodist Church in Singapore: Institution or Movement?
New Wineskins for New Wine
We Are Not Yet Ready, So the Work Must Continue
Building Bridges, Breaking Walls
Better Together and a Movement Again
Diversity is Not Strength &mash; Togetherness is
Lord, and What About Him?
COVID-19: Pulling MCS Together
The Power of Sharing
Together as One Body