Alliance of Indian Ministries (AIM)


Dear Pastors and Ministry Coordinators,

Alliance of Indian Ministries (AIM) Singapore is inviting you to join us for the AIM Pastors fellowships gathering on 21st March 2024. We look forward to having you with us for a time of Fellowship and Dinner.

🗓️ Thursday 21st March 2024

⏰ 7.00pm - 10.00pm

📍Cornerstone Community Church (Tamil)
Katong Shopping Centre, #02-34
865 Mountbatten Road, Singapore 437844

*We have Rev Yang Tuck Yung, Chairman APCCS and Senior Pastor, Cornerstone Community Church to bring the word. Pls come and encourage your leadership team to join us too.

Ps Joel Jerome - 9238 8020

Please register by 10th March (Sunday) so that we can prep 🥘.

Nine months after establishing a collaborative partnership with The Bible Society of Singapore (BSS), the Indian Christian Network has decided to take another step forward by formally joining BSS as one of its ministries and adopting a new name:
the Alliance of Indian Ministries (AIM).

AIM’s leaders were convinced that BSS best represents their goal to become the primary resource centre and voice for the Indian Christian communities in Singapore.

This is reflected in their new mission statement: to gather, equip and empower Indian Christians through “4M”

M: Ministry

“AIM exists to facilitate and nurture meaningful relationships among member ministers, equipping and enabling them to be more effective in their callings for the purpose of building and multiplying strong local churches in Singapore and around the world.” 
Rev Samuel Gift Stephen, Head of AIM

Apart from ministering to the local Indian communities, AIM plans to take on a more proactive role in serving Indian communities in our neighbouring regions and beyond. Together with producing resources, AIM also seeks to adopt new initiatives such as supporting overseas missions, and equipping and training current and future Indian churches.

“AIM gives local Indian pastors and ministries a platform to come together for prayer and fellowship on a monthly basis. It also provides an avenue for all Indian ministries to share available resources in the many diverse Indian languages with each other.”
Rev Samuel Gift Stephen, Head of AIM

We pray that God will be pleased to bless AIM and use it greatly as His channel of blessing to the local and regional Indian Christian communities.