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Our Ministries

Will you answer God's call to serve? Join a ministry today and use your God given talent to serve Him and our community.

Altar Servers

The Altar Servers prepare the altar and assist the priest during Masses and during all other liturgical celebrations (such as Feast Days).

Our regular activities also include meetings, trainings, and organising camps for enriching our knowledge and for building strong unity among servers. 


Bi-monthly, 2.00pm on 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.


For enquiries, please contact:

Shane Koh

Altar Servers

AV & Media

The Audio Visual & Media (AVM) Ministry supports the parish in the operation of the Parish’s Audio and Visual systems during Mass and provide content for the media space.


We have dedicated members who operate the AV systems, as well as providing media support through videography, photography and the management of our social media channels. 

We are always looking to grow our team so please get in touch!


For enquiries, please contact:

Mark Low


Bible Apostolate

The Mission of the Bible Apostolate Ministry is to evangelise by fostering a deeper understanding and love of the Word of God through the Breaking of the Word of each coming Sunday’s Gospel.

The Programme consists of 3 parts as follows:


Breaking of the Word (BoW)

BoW is a presentation of the background, context and main themes of the coming Sunday’s Gospel.


Small Group Discussion

BoW is followed by small group discussion and sharing on ways to apply the messages in the Gospel to daily lives



Participants view videos which are focussed on faith formation.

The BoW programme is conducted every Wednesday from

  • 9.30am to 11.30am (morning session), and

  • 7.45pm to 9.45pm (evening session).


For enquiries, please contact:

Cheryl Chee

Bible Apostolate


Under the guidance of our Priests and based on the Church's teaching, we create our catechism curriculum and conduct catechetical classes for our young children and the teens of our parish.

This ministry participates in the mission of the Church; to go forth, teach and preach the Good News of the Gospel to everyone, including our young community.

Our primary mission is to build strong faith foundation and inculcate Christian virtues for the young as they journey and grow into mature Christians.

For more enquiries, please contact:

Sharon Khoo
6358-3124 (Saturdays: 12pm to 4pm / Sundays 7:30am to 12pm)

For more information on L1 registration and timings, please visit the Pastoral Services link.


Charismatic Prayer Group

We deepen our Catholic faith through praise and worship, teaching, praying together and fellowship.


Every Tuesday 7.30pm, room #03-05

For enquiries, please contact:

Louis Tay

Charismatic Prayer Group

Christian Meditation

We are a contemplative prayer group and part of the World Community for Christian Meditation. Our mission is to communicate and nurture Christian Meditation, known also as "pure prayer" or "the prayer of the heart" as a way of praying and as a way of life in the spirit of serving others.


Every Wednesday, 8.00pm in room #03-06

For enquiries, please contact:

Karen Seet

Christian Meditation

Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion

"The Eucharist is “the source and summit of the Christian life” (ccc1324).


Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC) are integral to the sacramental sharing that is the highlight of the Mass. They assist the priest in the distribution of Holy Communion during Mass. They also assist in other liturgical assignments at the request of the parish priest."

For enquiries, please contact:

Melville David


Environmental Ministry

We are our church's response to the Laudato Si', Pope Francis’ encyclical on caring for our common home. We strive to care for our common home, starting with educating and promoting sustainability in our own church community so that we can inspire others to do the same.


For enquiries, please contact:

Sarah Priyanka Nelson


The Evergreens

The idea for ‘The Evergreens’ came about from the keen interest shown by the senior participants who attended the ‘Golden Years’ Workshop held on 18 Dec 2022.

Under Father Kamil’s direction and guidance, the first Evergreens session began on 2 March 2023.

Our participants are mainly active seniors with a few who have mobility limitations. As the name ‘Evergreens’ suggests, we want our activities to engage and to empower our seniors to remain active and functional; and, to stay relevant even as the years catch up with us.

Activities such as Qigong, Zumba, Line Dancing (just to name a few) ensure our participants stay active and healthy. Our physical activities are interspersed with prayer sessions and talks on health, life issues and spiritual growth to strengthen and deepen our faith as well.


Our Vision is GOD centred, both spiritually and in living and Growing Old with Dignity (GOD).

The term ‘Growing Old’ need not have negative connotations. Instead, it should be synonymous with ‘Growing Interesting’ and ‘Life-giving’ - leading meaningful lives filled with valuable and rich life experiences. Our golden years should be a time to make new friends, spend time on hobbies and interests and more time for family, friends and loved ones.

As a newly formed Evergreen Ministry (programme), we constantly strive to generate meaningful activities to engage our seniors.


Every Thursday @ 9am in the canteen (CHS)

For enquiries, please contact:

Jake Wong


Family Life

To build a spirit-filled community, focusing on families, enabling them to live out the gospel values and culture so as to be effective witnesses for Christ.

Our mission is to be a catalyst in the building of Christ-centered families in the parish through spiritual formation, support for families and strengthening of family bonds.


Every 3rd Friday of the month, 8.15pm in room #03-04/05

For enquiries, please contact:

Mark Lim

Family Life

Flower Ministry

The Flower Ministry complements the different liturgical seasons with flower arrangements to create an ambiance for celebration.


For enquiries, please contact:

Sophia Edward


Infant Baptism Ministry

Please go to Sacraments to view the upcoming infant baptism dates.  It is compulsory for parents and godparents to attend the Preparatory Session. 


Baptisms are held in the Main Church at 9am and Preparatory Sessions are held in Room #03-05 at 9am.

Please email the completed application form and all supporting documents to

Download application form here.

Download guidelines for selecting godparents and baptism names here.

Scheduled dates may be subject to change. Applicants will be duly informed.


For inquiries, please contact:

Marcus Tan

Infant Baptism


Landings is a reconciliation ministry based on compassionate listening. At Landings, we welcome returning Catholics back to the Church. We also welcome Catholics who struggle in their relationship with God and the Church. We provide safe spaces where, in small groups, participants share their faith stories and explore Catholic themes confidentially and without judgement.


The Landings programme started in 1989 in the USA and has been in Singapore since 2008.


What to expect at Landings?

A typical Landings programme takes place over 10-weeks with weekly sessions that each last around two hours. Each session covers the following elements:


Check-in time and opening prayer

Faith story-telling

Response to story


Reflection on Catholic themes (the themes centre around our relationship with God as well as the Sacraments)

Closing Prayer

A weekend retreat takes place towards the end of the programme.


For enquiries, please contact:

Leonard Ong or Lakshmi-Teresa





This ministry involves telling “our family story, the story of salvation, by proclaiming the true and saving word of God”. 

There are over 50 lectors in 7 teams, serving at the Weekday and Weekend masses. All lectors go through training, and we make use of extensive notes and resources to help us prepare for all the weekday & weekend mass reading assignments. 

In addition, since 2000, lectors assigned to read for the coming weekend meet (on the Monday evening) to “break open the Word”, study the texts, practise together and prepare the Prayer of the Faithful for the Sunday. 

If you are interested to become a lector, please look out for recruitment announcements. Or email us at

Legion of Mary

The Legion of Mary is an international Catholic lay apostolic movement dedicated to spreading the Word of God throughout the world in word and deed by the example and intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Our main works are the leading of the recitation of the Rosary, conducting religious instruction classes, visitation of the sick and homes, and offering prayers for the deceased at wakes.

An important and powerful part of our faith is prayer. If you have any petitions, you can submit it in this form here. Our brothers and sisters will be interceding for you and lifting you up in prayer! We hope to support you and one another through this faith journey. Feel free to submit as many petitions as you desire and be rest assured as your petitions will be kept private and confidential! 


You may download a PDF of our Rosary Booklet here.

Comforter of the Afflicted Praesidium


Every Wednesday, 8pm in room #03-14

For enquiries, please contact:

Michael Loh

Our Lady of Lourdes Praesidium


Every Saturday, 9am in room #03-15

For enquiries, please contact:


Legion of Mary

Ministers of Hospitality

Ministers of Hospitality assist in directing traffic around the church grounds and usher worshippers into the church hall. Our main objective is to offer as much help as possible to all parishioners and to ensure that they are comfortable when attending church services.


Once every quarter, 8.00pm

For enquiries, please contact:

Reza Andradi


Music Ministry

The Music Ministry brings together over 150 members in six choirs, serving at weekend Masses and special Masses like weddings and funerals. With love in our hearts and a song on our lips, We unite with the parishioners at each Mass, engaging everyone to join in one voice of praise and thanksgiving to God.


For enquiries, please contact:

Benedict Ng


Neighbourhood Christian Communities

Neighbourhood Christian Communities (NCC) are small groups of parishioners from the same neighbourhood who gather for faith sharing and fellowship on a regular basis to grow in discipleship. We welcome any inquiries to learn more about being a part of a small Christian community.

For enquiries, please contact:

Laureen Lam


Pastoral Care

The aim of this ministry is to bring love, joy, cheer and companionship of Christ to those who are housebound and are unable to come to church. These include the elderly, the sick and those who are terminally ill. We bring the Church to them. Our pastoral care includes the sharing of emotional and spiritual support as well as administering Holy Communion. Pastoral Care visits are either weekly or fortnightly.


Every 2nd Friday 8.00pm either by zoom or in church


For inquiries, please contact:

Alexander Chia

Pastoral Care

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

The Rite of Christian of Adults (RCIA) is a process by which new adult members are welcomed and initiated into the Catholic Church. We help them discern God's calling to the Church and to be true Christians by teaching them about the Catholic faith and journeying together with them. The journey is typically 10-12 months long.

Find out more from this RCIA video.

For enquiries, please contact:

Bring a friend or two to get to know the Lord who loves us and has blessed our lives so richly!

The RCIA Ministry is pleased to announce the start of a new journey on Thursday, 11 July 2024, 7.45pm at the Level 4 Auditorium.  Visit RCIA for more details.


Society of St Vincent de Paul

Inspired by Gospel values, the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SSVP), a Catholic lay organisation, leads women and men to join together to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to those who are needy and suffering in the tradition of its founder, Blessed Frédéric Ozanam, and patron, St Vincent de Paul.


1st & 3rd Saturdays of the month, 9am in room 03-14

For inquiries, please contact:

Stephen Ho



Sodality members pray at the wakes of Church of the Holy Spirit’s parishioners, when requested.  Our mission is to comfort bereaved families, affirming hope and belief that eternal home awaits their departed loved ones.


For inquiries, please contact:

Audrey Moo


Sons of St Joseph

Mission of Sons of St Joseph Men’s Fellowship:


“To turn the hearts and minds of men towards Jesus Christ, modeled after the life of St Joseph, to become a protector of family, faithful husband, loving father, Christian brother and committed worker.”

We are a Community of men, who gather in Fraternal Fellowship to encounter God our Loving Father, proclaiming Him through living out our Christian faith in our daily lives.  

At our Men’s Fellowship, we share a simple meal with each other followed by Worship, Faith Formation talks related to Christian Manhood, with Testimonies & Intercessory Prayers. 


Using Small Group Sharing & Men’s Spiritual Retreats, we attentively listen, learn & support each other, as brothers-in-Christ, to be faith-filled to the Great Commission. 

In service, we support the Parish tasks like arranging furniture, parish event support and other opportunities to put Christian Virtues into practice, to model and encourage each other in our pilgrimage on earth, powered by the Holy Spirit. 

We collaborate with other Ministries in the mission of our Parish Church.

All men are welcome!​



2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, 8am to 10am in room #03-06

Church Service when required.

For inquiries, please contact:

William Chew


Announcements in Facebook: Sons of St Joseph - Men’s Fellowship at the Church of the Holy Spirit (SG) 

Sons of St Joseph

Youth and Young Adults

The youth ministry caters and reaches out to post confirmation students from ages 16 to 35, providing them with a platform to grow in faith with fellow youths.

For the youths to receive and relate more effectively in their journey, the ministry categorises them to three groups: Foundation Years (16 & 17 years), Formation Years (18 & 19 years), Leadership Years (20 years & above). This allows the ministry to better plan and cater to their various needs for prayer exposure, formation contents, fellowship activities, and service dimension aspects.


We meet weekly on Fridays at 8pm in rooms #03-06/07/08

Note: There will be no Youth sessions on First Fridays - Parish Holy Hour.

For inquiries, please contact:

Carolyn Soh

Follow us on Instagram @chs_youths for updates, testimonies, reflections and more.
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