In just two weeks’ time, churches all over the island will come together to commemorate the death and resurrection of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.

With restrictions to on-site congregational sizes finally easing, what better way to celebrate Good Friday and Easter Sunday than by grabbing a friend (or two), or by sitting down with the whole family and catching one of these special Easter events held by different churches all over the island?

From plays and productions to special sermons and Bible studies, there is something for everyone this Easter. Here are some notable events and services that churches in Singapore will be putting together this Easter season.

Want to celebrate Easter with music and drama?

City Harvest Church

City Harvest Church (CHC) has put together an Easter spectacle not to be missed.

Featuring “drama, music, dance and visuals,” witness the stories of Jesus and the different people whose lives He touched during His ministry on earth. 

Though visitors to CHC’s on-site services no longer need to produce tickets for entry, CHC advises visitors to arrive earlier so as not to get held up during the necessary check-in process.

While seat availability is on a first come, first served basis, the production is set to run both on-site and online over the course of the entire Easter weekend, so fret not if you’re worried about not getting a seat.

Where: 1 Raffles Boulevard (Suntec Convention Centre, Level 6, Halls 603-604), Singapore 039593


  • 15 April 2022 (Good Friday) – 4pm
  • 16 April 2022 (Holy Saturday) – 5pm
  • 17 April 2022 (Resurrection Sunday) – 10am 

Find out more here

Cornerstone Community Church

The folks over at Cornerstone Community Church (CSCC) have prepared an Easter drama titled Unseen.

The drama follows the lives of four individuals who lived in Jesus’ time – the Woman at the Well, Blind Bartimaeus, the Servant Girl at the Wedding in Cana and the Young Man who saw the Paralytic healed – and depicts how Jesus saw them and met them in their circumstances.

Unseen is set to premiere on the afternoon of Holy Saturday and will run over seven time slots across two separate venues.

According to CSCC’s website, ticketing is no longer required to attend in-person services, and certain time slots will be livestreamed to audiences who are unable to attend the production in-person.

Where and when:

11 East Coast Road, The Odeon Katong, Level 3, Singapore 428722:

  • 16 April 2022 (Holy Saturday) – 1.30pm and 5pm*
  • 17 April 2022 (Resurrection Sunday) – 8.30am, 10.15am*, 11.45am

201 Victoria Street, Joyden Hall, Level 7, Singapore 188067:

  • 17 April 2022 (Resurrection Sunday) – 9.30am, 11am

* These are services with livestreams. Find out more here.

Trinity Christian Centre

RESTORED follows the lives of two individuals – Alex and Jairus (seemingly based off of the character found in Mark 5:21-24) – and the series of events that ensue after both individuals experience a loss in the family. 

The production is scheduled to run over six different time slots, premiering on the evening of Maundy Thursday, through to Holy Saturday.

While the production is in English, Trinity Christian Centre (TCC) is offering headsets for Mandarin interpretation.

Tickets are required for the event, and can be obtained via TCC’s website. Seat bookings begin on 3 April 2022, Sunday, at 8pm.

Where: 247 Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 409045


  • 14 April 2022 (Maundy Thursday) – 8pm
  • 15 April 2022 (Good Friday) – 10am, 2pm and 5pm
  • 16 April 2022 (Holy Saturday) – 10am and 2pm

Find out more here

Eternal Life Assembly

Who does He think He is? would likely have been what the ancient religious community was thinking during Jesus’ ministry on earth. 

That very question is the title of this production prepared by the team over at Eternal Life Assembly (ELA).

Who Does He Think He Is?   Good Friday Drama  (LIVE)

Written by Mr Dwayne Lau, playwright and performer with homegrown theatre company WILD RICE, this play attempts to bring the audience over 2000 years back in time to when Jesus was ministering on earth, in order to better understand both the astonishment and the controversy that Jesus generated with His counter-cultural ministry in ancient Israel.

There are three different screenings for the production over Good Friday and Holy Saturday. Tickets and a fully-vaccinated status are required for entry to the play.

As seating is free, however, ELA encourages audience members to arrive earlier for better seats.

Where: 170 Upper Bukit Timah Road (Bukit Timah Conference Centre, Level 5, Auditorium 1), Singapore 588179


  • 15 April 2022 (Good Friday) – 2pm
  • 16 April 2022 (Holy Saturday) – 2pm*, 7pm

*An on-site programme for children is set to be held concurrent with the 2pm screening on Holy Saturday. Find out more here.

Want to celebrate Easter with the whole family?

Hope Singapore

Hope Singapore‘s Easter service for 2022 is titled Not The End.

The special service is based around the message that there is always hope, even in light of the bleakest seasons of hardship, because we worship a God who conquered death. 

The Easter service is accompanied by a children’s programme Back From Extinction, a production featuring two fictional characters, Mr Shiny and Professor Yu, who attempt to become the first people in the world to bring dinosaurs back from extinction.

With free gifts issued to children attending the services, kids of all ages will almost definitely have a ton of fun.

Not The End is set to run both in-person services at four different Hope Singapore venues around the island, but there will also be livestreamed services for persons unable to turn up in person. 

Where and when:

200 Jalan Sultan, Textile Centre, Level 4, Singapore 199018

  • 16 April 2022 (Holy Saturday) – 2pm and 5pm
  • 17 April 2022 (Resurrection Sunday) – 9.30am and 11.15am

151 Lorong Chuan, New Tech Park (Lift Lobby F), Singapore 556741

  • 17 April 2022 (Resurrection Sunday) – 9.30am and 11.15am

1 Expo Drive, MAX Atria @ Singapore EXPO, Singapore 486150

  • 17 April 2022 (Resurrection Sunday) – 9.30am

5 Jurong West Street 74, Singapore 649151

  • 17 April 2022 (Resurrection Sunday) – 9.30am

The children’s programme will be held on 17 April 2022 at 9.30am at all four venues. Find out more here.

New Creation Church

This year, New Creation Church (NCC) is bringing us Everlasting, a special Resurrection Sunday service retelling the gospel story with “powerful songs, a life-transforming message and an inspiring story”.

The service will only be held online through NCC’s YouTube channel. There are five screenings planned at different times throughout the day.

NCC’s Easter programme also features online Mandarin services and children’s lessons, as well as special Resurrection Weekend services for their youth ministry held both online and in-person, meaning that there will almost definitely be something for everyone in the family this Easter.

Where: 1 Vista Exchange Green (The Star Vista), Singapore 138617 (only the youth ministry will be running in-person services)


  • Everlasting: 17 April 2022 – 8.30am, 11.30am, 2.30pm, 5.30pm and 8.30pm
  • Online Mandarin service and children’s lessons: Streams from 16 April (Saturday), 8am, to 18 April (Monday), 6pm
  • Youth ministry: 16 April 2022 (Saturday) – 3pm and 8pm

Find out more here

Victory Family Centre

From the team over at Victory Family Centre (VFC) comes their Good Friday experience Come & See.

VFC promises the event will allow all to experience Jesus for themselves. With a concurrent children’s programme featuring games, goodie bags and a super-draw, there’s something guaranteed for the whole family this Good Friday.

VFC meets in-person at six different venues around the island. While Come & See is scheduled to be held on-site at the various venues, VFC is also offering an online church experience at four different time slots on Good Friday.

VFC is also offering private worship sessions for unvaccinated persons who are unable to attend their vaccine-differentiated services, so that truly all may celebrate Good Friday together.


  1. VFC Sembawang – 55 Sembawang Drive, Singapore 757614
  2. VFC Palm Grove – 4 Palm Grove Avenue, Singapore 547286
  3. VFC Tampines – 20 Tampines Street 43, Singapore 529151
  4. VFC Jackson Square – 11 Lorong 3 Toa Payoh, Block B, #03-22, Singapore 319579
  5. VFC Rubikon – 3501 Jalan Bukit Merah, Level 3, Singapore 159460
  6. VFC Choa Chu Kang Avenue 2, Singapore 689907


In-person services will be held on 15 April 2022 (Good Friday) at the six venues at 9am and 11am.

The online Good Friday experience will run on the same day at 9am, 11am, 6pm and 8pm.

Find out more here.

The Presbyterian Church in Singapore

The Jesus I Never Knew is the title of the Holy Week Convention organised by the English Presbytery of the Presbyterian Churches in Singapore.

The Convention features a three-part sermon series by Pastor Christopher Chia, Senior Pastor of Adam Road Presbyterian Church (ARPC), sharing messages from Mark 14-16.

The Convention begins on the evening of Holy Wednesday and runs till the morning of Good Friday.

The messages are accompanied by a children’s programme The Promise I Never Knew, which will be livestreamed only on the morning of Good Friday.

The children’s programme aims to teach children about God’s promises to us through “songs, stories and art and craft”.

Registration is required to attend the on-site services at ARPC. All three services will also be livestreamed. 

Where: 25 Adam Road, Singapore 289894


  • 13 April 2022 (Wednesday) – 8pm
  • 14 April 2022 (Maundy Thursday) – 8pm
  • 15 April 2022 (Good Friday) – 10am (premiere of online children’s programme)

Find out more here.

Want a sermon that will shake your soul?

Calvary Baptist Church

Calvary Baptist Church (CBC) is launching a special two-part sermon series titled Thy Will Be Done over the course of the Easter weekend.

The sermons are set to expound on the will of God, and why we ought to pray as Jesus did during His time on earth.

Both services are set to be held both on-site and online, and according to the church website, pre-registration is no longer required to attend their services in-person.

Shuttle buses are also scheduled to ferry congregants over to their address on Wan Tho Avenue from Potong Pasir MRT on the morning of Good Friday.

Where: 48 Wan Tho Avenue, Singapore 347592


  • 15 April 2022 (Good Friday) – 10am
  • 17 April 2022 (Resurrection Sunday) – 8.45am and 11.15am

Find out more here.

Queenstown Chinese Methodist Church

For those of us looking to bring a Chinese-speaking friend or relative along to hear the Good News this Easter, Queenstown Chinese Methodist Church (QCMC) has a special Mandarin Easter service planned on Easter Sunday. 

The service will be held on the morning of Easter Sunday, and will be conducted both on-site and online via Zoom.

According to QCMC’s website, pre-registration is not needed in order to attend the service in-person, but in line with national measures, attendees must be fully vaccinated.

Where: 400 Commonwealth Drive, Singapore 149604

When: 17 April 2022 (Resurrection Sunday) – 8am. 

The Zoom meeting room for the online livestream opens at 7.50am, contact QCMC for more details and find out more here.

St. Andrew’s Cathedral

St. Andrew’s Cathedral (SAC) has put together a comprehensive Holy Week programme featuring various speakers like Joseph Chean, Dr Tan Kim Huat, and Bishops Rennis Ponniah and Titus Chung.

A service is planned every day of the week from Palm Sunday all the way through to Easter Sunday.

From 2 April 2022, booking tickets will no longer be required in order to attend worship services on-site at the beautiful cathedral nestled in the heart of the city.

Services will continue to be livestreamed on SAC’s YouTube channel for visitors and congregants unable to physically attend services.

Where: 11 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178959


  • 10 April 2022 (Palm Sunday) – 7.30am, 9.30am, 11.30am and 4.30pm
  • 11, 12, 13, 14 April 2022 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Maundy Thursday) – 7.30pm
  • 15 April 2022 (Good Friday) – 8am
  • 16 April 2022 (Holy Saturday) – 4pm and 5.3opm
  • 17 April 2022 (Easter Sunday) – 7.30am, 9.30am, 11.30am and 4.30pm

With the exception of the Holy Saturday services, which are set to take place on-site only, all other days feature both online and in-person worship services.

Find out more here.

Wesley Methodist Church

Finally, Wesley Methodist Church (WMC) has also lined up an extensive Holy Week programme this Easter season.

Kicking off the church’s Easter programme is an hour-long self-guided spiritual exercise titled Journey to The Cross.

The exercise takes participants through five self-guided prayer stations, and aims to help participants ponder and reflect on the journey that Jesus took to the cross, from the Last Supper to His final few breaths on the Cross.

Journey to The Cross is conducted on-site from 11–14 of April 2022, and pre-registration is required.

WMC has also invited Pastor Benny Ho to deliver a three-part sermon series on the topic of holistic discipleship on the evenings of Holy Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. These sermons will only be livestreamed. 

Rounding off WMC’s comprehensive Holy Week line-up are their Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday services, which – with the exception of the Holy Saturday Tenebrae Service (on-site only) – will be held both online and in-person.

Where: 5 Fort Canning Road, Singapore 179493

When: Various times throughout the week. Find out more here

Beyond big-budget productions, goodies for kids or soul-shaking sermons, the Easter story ultimately forms the essence of our faith (1 Corinthians 15:14).

Christians come together this time every year to commemorate the death and the resurrection of Jesus because His sacrifice represents God’s perfect love for us (John 15:13). 

Easter is the greatest reminder that we are all seen and loved by a King (Romans 8:38), so much so that He gave His only begotten son up to die for us (John 3:16).

So, if you need some encouragement, or if you know someone who does, there is perhaps no better way to spend the long Easter weekend than by coming together and hearing the Good News.

P.S. Did you know that there are over 500 churches in Singapore? Beyond the events listed above, you can always find a church near you here. Happy Easter!

  1. Talk to God. What is one thing you can be grateful for this Easter?
  2. Ask the Lord for a face, or a name.
  3. Invite this person to an Easter service.