God has indeed been faithful to us since 1887 and he will continue to bless our Church. We give all glory and honour to our God for his blessings and provisions and thank all members who have tithed regularly and given sacrificially in the financial year.
|Rev Albert Vijay Joseph||Pastor-in-Charge|
|Rev Reddipogu Anil Kumar Samuel||Associate Pastor|
|Prem James||Lay Leader|
|Ohale M A Julie||Secretary|
|Suresh Kumar||Finance Chairman|
|Devasahayam John Barnabas Daniel||Property Management|
|Paulraj Mani Samuel Prasanna||Church Archives & Communication|
|Pandian Muthuraj||Church Governance|
|Shanthini Moorthy||Worship and Music|
|Rufus Jayakaran Josephus Ratnaraj||Discipleship and Nurture|
|Prem James||Cell Group Chairperson|
|Deviki James||Missions / Witness & Evangelism|
|Alagi Muthuraj||Outreach and Social Concerns|
|Jegans K J||Indian Friends Fellowship (IFF)|
|Jeevana Daniel||Methodist Youth Fellowship (MYF)|
|Henry Rajan Anita Priscilla||Women’s Society of Christian Service (WSCS)|
Note : All positions held by the LCEC members are volunteers
Church Governance is a new discipline introduced in the year 2010 under mandatory requirement from commissioner of Charities. The main purpose of church Governance is to act in the best interest of the Church and be actively involved in the decision making process on policy matters. Another area of focus is to ensure the funds and assets of the Church are used reasonably for the furtherance of Church‘s objectives and activities.
The Governance committee ensures that the Annual reports and audited accounts are submitted on a timely manner to Charity Portal. The compliance on Personal Data Protection Act is another area supervised by the Governance Committee. A document on Role and Responsibility of various ministries in the Church is prepared by the Governance committee and updated on a regular basis.
Church Governance also ensures that all activities and Programs in the Church are carried out in accordance with biblical principles. Any Irregularities are brought to the attention of Local conference for discussion and rectification.
Tamil Methodist Church, Short Street in Singapore is committed to safeguarding the personal data entrusted to the church by its members and non-members.
Tamil Methodist Church strives to manage the individual’s personal data in accordance with Singapore Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (No. 26 of 2012) (referred as “PDPA”) and other applicable written laws.
The purpose of this policy is to provide a framework for the Personal Data Protection measures to be followed and applied while dealing with the personal data related to the functioning of the church.