About Us


A family church that loves God and cares for the community.


To grow in:

Inspiring Worship

Passionate Evangelism

Transforming Discipleship

Loving Care

Sacrificial Mission


Living authentic God-fearing, Christ-centred,

Spirit-filled lives and genuinely caring for one another.



Yishun Christian Church Anglican follows the Anglican Ethos as stated by The Diocese of Singapore.

The text below is extracted from the Diocese of Singapore's official website.

An explanation of our belief system, as well as symbolic meanings. An Ethos is a set of fundamental beliefs and ideas upon which the religion is based upon. It also encompasses all doctrine, which is used for rebuking, correction as well as teaching the nations.

Anglican Communion

39 Articles of Religion

Church Calendar

Liturgical Colours


Church Ministry

The Anglican Communion is the worldwide fellowship of churches owing their origins to the Church of England. This is a fellowship within one, holy, catholic and apostolic church, of those diocese, provinces or regional churches in communion with the See of Canterbury.

Churches within this Communion are influenced by the Church of England in many ways, such as in matters of faith (39 Articles of Religion), church government (Episcopal), worship and liturgy (Book of Common Prayer), church laws (Canons of the Church of England) and church ordinances (Sacraments and Sacramental Ministries).

The Anglican Communion is wide-ranging, doctrinally as well as geographically, but yet there are certain beliefs which unite Anglicans. The Lambeth Quadrilateral, set out at the Lambeth Conference in 1888, defines these as:

The Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as "containing all things necessary to salvation," and as being the rule and ultimate standard of faith.

The Apostles' Creed as the Baptismal Symbol, and the Nicene Creed as the sufficient statement of the Christian faith.

The two sacraments ordained by Christ himself - Baptism and Holy Communion - ministered with unfailing use of Christ's words of institution and of the elements ordained by him.

The Historic Episcopate, locally adapted in the methods of its administration to the varying needs of the nations and peoples called of God into the Unity of his Church.