The Conception of the First Building

In the late 1930s, many immigrants from South India settled in the kampongs and quarters in Jalan Kayu and the Royal Air Force Base in Seletar. The believers from these settlements met at homes to share their Christian faith and this planted the seed of the Epiphany Community. The then Vicar of the Parish of Christ Church, the late Rev Canon Samuel Baboo started regular meetings in a makeshift attap shed off Lorong Thanggam to provide pastoral care to the community.

On 1st January 1966, the foundation stone of the church was blessed by the Rt. Rev C. Kenneth Sansbury Lord Bishop of Singapore and Malaya and laid by Group Capt R.W.G Freer Officer Commanding Royal Air Force Seletar Singapore. God showed his divine mercy and provided and The Church of The Epiphany was dedicated on 1st May 1967. It later, attained Parish status in 1991.

The Former Building

The Call to Raise a New Building

Growth and a realisation to open up the church for multilingual services led to the redevelopment plan and we started fund raising activities in the year 2000. The former building at 407 Jalan Kayu was deconstructed in April 2019 in preparation to make way for the new church premise in 2021.