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Church Of Singapore wants to bless and meet the needs of the community. Therefore, in 1977, we started Tung Ling Kindergarten to provide pre-school care and education children in our neighbourhood.

In 1991, to minister to the elderly sick in the community, we combined efforts with other churches and three para-church organizations to found St Luke’s Hospital. Eventually, our church and St Luke’s Hospital joined forces to start an Eldercare Ministry – St Luke’s Elder Care Centre at Lorong Ah Soo and Changkat Tampines.

In 1995, we embarked on yet another endeavor – the Tung Ling Student Care Centre. And finally in 2000, we started Tung Ling Elder Care Centre and Aljunied Kembangan – Tung Ling Student Care Centre as a holistic approach towards our community.


Church of Singapore sees the need to minister to the elderly sick and to help the poor. In 1996, together with 7 other churches and organizations, we co-founded St Luke’s Hospital as a Christian-managed voluntary welfare organisation. Our members participate in ministering to these elderly sick through prayers, visitation and Chaplaincy ministry.

2 Bukit Batok Street 11,
Singapore 659674


In 1999, St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) was set up to complement St Luke’s Hospital in providing quality and holistic care to the elderly. Since 2000, our church has partnered SLEC in the operational management and financial support of 3 Eldercare centres – Tampines, Hougang & Marine Parine. Church members volunteers their support by organizing outreach programmes and activities and sharing the gospel.

50 Kallang Pudding Road #07-02
Singapore 349326
(St Luke’s Eldercare HQ)


God has established the work of Tung Ling Kindergarten in providing good pre-school care and education children in our neighbourhood. Our team of dedicated teachers give their best to help students learn and grow, and in a fun-loving Christian environment.

145 Marine Parade,
Singapore 449274


Church of Singapore wants to minister to the children in our community and to equip them to live successful and meaningful lives. Thus, the operations of Tung Ling Student Care Centre (TLSCC) started in our church premises in 1994, and eventually partnering NorthEast CDC, PCF (Paya Lebar and Tung Ling Student Care) school care in a joint community project in 2000.

138 Lor Ah Soo
Singapore 530138


In response to the needs of the elderly in our church and the welfare of senior citizens in our community, our church started Tung Ling Elder Care Centre (TLECC) in Jan 2000. Programmes organized includes skill learning, health and wellness talks, exercise programs, outings, games, and other activities to stimulate the minds of the elderly.

Blk 58, Dakota Crescent #01-281,
Singapore 390058

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