Community Care

Community Care

Community Care is QBC’s community outreach arm with the intent to impact the community around us for Christ. We seek to be a church that God can use to make a difference in the lives of others. We want to respond to the needs of our neighbors in a meaningful way, and we hope to leave an evangelistic impact on the community through our proactive outreach. Through our acts of love, we want to demonstrate God’s love to our friends around us.

Having been so richly blessed by Christ, it is our privilege to bless others through our service. We strive to translate the literal mandates of the Bible into tangible actions that will truly touch and change the life of someone else.

1 Thessalonians 2:8
Just as a nursing mother cares for her children, so we cared for you. Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.
The willing involvement and the sustained dedication of our church members make up the heartbeat of our ministry. Please join us in being a blessing and we look forward to serving with you! Here are some of our projects to bless the communities around us in Singapore.

QBC Shine Concert
As part of our 50th anniversary celebration, QBC organized a concert to raise funds for its Cancer Support Ministry, The Rainbow Center, MINDS, as well as Queenstown Primary School. The concert was held at the Star auditorium at Buona Vista, and we managed to raise $300,000 for our beneficiaries.

Annual QBC Bazaar
We organize an annual bazaar at the church every year to bless the residents in the Dawson area with fun and games, free medical screening, free educational talks, good food and a wonderful opportunity to meet new neighbors and make new friends.

Fun and games
Free jamming sessions

Volunteering at Rainbow
Some of our members are regular volunteers at the Rainbow Special School next door. We assist with classroom programs and help out with physical education activities such as swimming! While we hope to be a blessing to families who struggle with special needs children, through our interactions with them, we have been blessed so much more in return. They have inspired us with their strength and tenacity, and we encourage you to join us as well. 

Spending time with the children
Bringing the children out for fun

Redhill and Indus Road Food Distribution
Within our midst at Redhill and Indus Road live many elderly who reside on their own. Every month, we pack and distribute bags of groceries and supplies to them, and over the years, we have ministered to and developed firm friendships with many of them. Many have come to know the Lord and some of them even join us for worship on Sundays!

Food distribution to the elderly


QBC Prison-in-Care Ministry began in 2001 when the Queenstown Remand Prison, which used to be located directly beside the church, first opened its doors to allow volunteers from different religious group to conduct services and classes for the prison inmates. Sensing a need within the community, QBC established the Prison-in-Care Ministry, with Pastor Chin Lee Poh leading a team of men from the church to form the first ministry team to conduct weekly chapel services in the Prison.

The chapel service, which was took place every Sunday afternoon, became a parallel church service for the inmates to be able to attend church services and glorify God, even while in prison. The QBC Prison-in-Care Ministry has since expanded its scope of functions to include counselling and rehabilitation programmes even after the inmates are released from prison.

The objectives of the ministry continues to be
• To glorify God and bring his Word into the lives of inmates, that they will know that there is someone who loves them unconditionally, regardless of their personal history
• To provide a caring and encouraging support group that will touch and change their lives
• To show them God’s love by walking with them as friends and a family in Christ

To help them adjust and rebuild their lives after prison through bible study classes, counselling sessions and regular support group meetings.

Queenstown Remand Prison has since moved to become part of Changi Prison where QBC’s Prison-in-Care Ministry currently continues its chapel services and bible studies, filling two halls in the Changi Prison. These activities take place fortnightly on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings.

QBC Prison-in-Care Ministry works closely with the Prison Fellowship of Singapore as well as the Yellow Ribbon Project to help inmates rebuild their lives and secure a better future for themselves.

For more information please contact Mr Patrick Thng at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Worship Timings

English Onsite Service will be held in church on every Saturday @ 7-8.15pm & Sunday @ 10-11.15am in Agape Sanctuary (L3)

Join us on QBC Online Services! ( on Sundays @10am for English Service.


Upcoming Events


8pm @ Hall of Hope (L3)

An event filled with songs & testimonies


- A Spirit-filled and fervently praying church family
- Raising generations of disciples and servant leaders
- Impacting our community and beyond for Christ


  • 495, Margaret Drive,
    Singapore 149305
  • +65-64718065 (English Congregation)
  • +65-64718061 (Chinese Congregation)
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