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 2018

Upcoming events

13mayalldayNTU ISCF CampLiving the Gospel-driven Missional Life

09augalldayEast Asia Graduates Conference (EAGC) 2019East Asia Graduates Conference (EAGC) 2019


From the Blog

  • FES was officially founded in 1959, and so, this year we will celebrate our 60th year of serving students and graduates in Singapore. Combining the aspects of reflection and anticipation, FES Council has decided to adopt a three-year framework, using......

  • FES IM Family Day is a special event organised by the FES Indonesian Ministry (IM) to gather alumni and students for a time of fellowship and renewing of ties. This year’s event is considered special because it will be the......

  • Book Review Cultural Insights for Christian Leaders: New Directions for Organizations Serving God’s Mission by Douglas McConnell Baker Academic 2018 224 pages FES Library book call number: 248.411 McC Look around us!! We live in an era when many people......

  • ‘Going out to see and coming back to be’ – this was the informal theme of NUS Varsity Christian Fellowship’s (VCF) Annual Teach-In Camp (AnnTIC) which was held from 26–31 December 2018. AnnTIC is a time when NUS VCFers come together to......

  • 2019年的联合大学研经营于1月7日至10日在长老会禧年堂举办。以“全备的军装”为主题,30位营员一同探讨了新约中的书信。透过营会,我们主要了解到了当时的罗 马帝国历史与文化、犹太人的传统习俗、基督教所面临的逼迫,...

  • FES conducts a missions education and engagement programme, known as MORPH, for university students from our CFs every academic year. 11 students enrolled in the programme for the 2018/2019 academic year. We asked two of them to share with us......