Who We Are

We are an interdenominational Christian organisation serving among tertiary-level students and graduates in Singapore.

 

Formed in 1959, the pioneering emphasis of FES was to develop a strong evangelical witness in every institution of higher learning in Singapore. FES also coordinates the work of the Christian Fellowships (CFs) on various campuses, facilitates interaction between student leaders from the various groups and enables them to exchange ideas and encourage one another effectively.

 

The long-term vision was, and still is, “to encourage and promote the development of indigenous leadership and responsibility…. to make (a vital contribution) to the Church…. to see forthcoming able Bible scholars and teachers, Christian writers, preachers, missionaries and other Christian workers” (from the first FES Annual Report. 1960).

 

Encapsulating the ethos that has guided FES since its formation, our vision is:

 

To see a community of Christlike leaders who are salt and light on campus, in the church, and in society for the glory of God.

Annual Review 2020

The FES Singapore Story

SERVING GOD AMONG STUDENTS AND
GRADUATES IN SINGAPORE

From the Blog

  • On 24 April 2021, FES and GCF had their joint commissioning service at St Andrew’s Cathedral to commission Michael Kang as the GCF Graduate Secretary, and myself as the FES General Secretary (GS). I have taken over the GS role from......

  • NUS VCF: Christianity Awareness Week From 29 March to 1 April, NUS Varsity Christian Fellowship (VCF) held an art exhibition to communicate the message of joy, hope, and the good news in NUS. The organising committee wanted to bless the......

  • We give thanks for the FES-GCF Commissioning Service which happened on 24 April. Everything went smoothly despite the limited time and space which we had. Remember and pray for this global, reconciled, and vulnerable fellowship. Staff Conference 2021 is happening......

  • MELT 2021: Continuing Under COVID From 9 January to 17 March 2021, the combined polytechnic Missions Exposure Leadership Training (MELT) worked yet again under the heavy influence of COVID-19. Typically MELT involves an overseas trip to a partnering student movement......

  • Two days ago on 27 March, FES had its 63rd AGM (hybrid) at the FES-GCF Conference room and Zoom. With the consolidation of reports and accounts of 2020, I now prepare the ministry and myself to consider the priorities of......

  • CVCF and a Hands-on Chinese New Year On 9 February, NUS CVCF organised a hands-on CNY gathering for their members and friends. Two international students, who have been in regular contact with CVCF throughout the year, joined in this gathering.......

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