Bethesda Hall (Ang Mo Kio) is a community of believers dedicated to the worship of the Lord Jesus Christ. Our purpose is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the expansion of His kingdom by promoting Christian education and the welfare of others on Christian principles.
Early Christians meet in the home of English businessman Philip Robinson
The Mission Room is set up at Bencoolen Street. The Gospel is preached to both the British and the locals.
Bethesda chapel opens with its first dawn service at 77 Bras Basah Road. The plaque bearing the words “JESUS ONLY” was soon added to the hall and a replacement is in use to this day in Bethesda Hall (Ang Mo Kio).
Some of the first Asians are saved and baptised into the assembly – One Malay, nine Chinese and one Indian.
The Gospel work expands outwards from Bras Basah Road as Gospel services were often held in English, Malay and Chinese.
Bethesda Hall (Ang Mo Kio) is erected to accommodate the growing size of the assembly.
Today, some 500 believers meet weekly to take the Lord’s supper, as well as for the ministry and prayer meetings.