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

19oct10:00 am1:00 pmWorld Student DayDepolarize. One New Humanity

21octalldayJCUS CampBearing One Another's Cross

15decallday青年神学探讨营2019Changing World - Unchanging Faith

26decalldaySWAT CampNUS VCF and NTU CF

SERVING GOD AMONG STUDENTS AND
GRADUATES IN SINGAPORE

From the Blog

  • A reflection by Lim Ying, a recent graduate from NUS VCF Life Science, on her Morph experience. Morph is a FES education and engagement program for students to encounter God at a deeper level and go through experiences that challenge......

  • A reflection by Kelvin Tay from NTU CF SPMS Maths on his Morph experience. Morph is a FES education and engagement program for students to encounter God at a deeper level and go through experiences that challenge their life perspectives.......

  • A reflection by Immanuela Asa from NUS ISCF on “Faith in A Pluralistic Society” held on 14th August 2019 at National University of Singapore  People often take faith and its contributions to pluralism for granted. It is indeed the multiplicity of......

  • A reflection by NTU ISCF alumni Jefferson on “Identity, Community and Flourishing: A Christian Perspective” held on 15th August 2019 at Faith Methodist Church  In the talks, “flourishing” was defined as the good and fulfilling life. Throughout the history of humankind,......

  • Allow me to put into writing three thanksgivings I shared last week at our FES 60thAnniversary Dinner, held in the National University of Singapore (NUS), and attended by more than 500 of our graduates, students, and friends. It was held......

  • Allow me to summarise my ISCF experience in four words: “Reaching In, Reaching Out.” Now allow me to explain why I chose these words and how my ISCF experience has impacted me even now as a working adult in the......

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