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Singapore is one of the world’s major commercial hubs but the population also has one of the highest levels of income inequality

OM in Singapore is intentional about partnering with churches to mobilize and equip believers for global and local missions.  We are passionate about mobilizing church groups, short and long-term workers to go on missions to share the gospel with communities in OM fields worldwide. 

We are committed to reach out to under-served communities in Singapore – the elderly and needy, streetwalkers and migrant workers – through befriending them, caring for their needs and sharing God’s love with them.

Resources are channeled to support OM workers, fields and projects, such as refugee crisis relief, natural disaster relief and social development projects. 

Facts about Singapore
Population:
6,000,000
People Groups:
Han Chinese-Mandarin, Han Chinese-Min Nan, Han Chinese-Teochew, Malay, Han Chinese-Cantonese
Religions:
Buddhism, Non-Religious, Islam, Christianity  
Percent Evangelical:
7%
Government:
Parliamentary Republic
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